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BONGOBiuro Opieki Nad Grobami Obcokrajowców (Poland)
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Its second president, Omar Bongo Ondimba allowed multiparty politics for the first time and the country held its first multiparty elections.
Abdillahi, whose family is originally from Somalia, bought the club and opened it as Unity Club before changing its name to the Bongo in 1963.
But the bongo are especially exciting, because -- though zoos hold about 550 of the Eastern subspecies -- only about 100 are left in the wild.
But Bongo said yesterday that the "democratic process has been recognised by everybody, including foreign observers".
During more than four decades in power, Omar Bongo cultivated close relations with a succession of French presidents but Ali Bongo's ties to Paris have been more tenuous.
A cynical observer might suggest that if Ali Bongo possess the necessary cunning, he will take a leaf out of the book of Deby, Sassou and Nkurunziza.
Jonny Bongo is known for hosting outrageous pub quizzes and holds the record for the biggest one ever.
Bongo International s technology and processes provide a comprehensive and integrated end-to-end solution that helps retailers and e-tailers grow by reaching international e-commerce consumers.
NYSE: FDX) has acquired US-based cross-border enablement technologies and solutions specialist Bongo International, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 17, 2014-FedEx Acquires Cross-Border E-Retail Enabler Bongo
ECRI has just updated its Bongo Bongo Future Inflation Gauge (BONFIG).
The tournament is a 9-hole Bingo Bango Bongo format competition open for all individual, corporate members and their guests with handicap limit of 28 for men and 36 for ladies.