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mondo

(ˈmɑndo)
mod. totally; very much. (California.) This place is like, so, like, mondo beige.

mondo bizarro

mod. very weird. You are one mondo bizarro dude!
See also: mondo
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Mondo Hospitality, the new operator of the former Dusit Princess Dubai will revamp the property - to be renamed the Suha City Hotel - to give it a "new and cosmopolitan" look.
He is hoping that London 2012 will "improve" on the 250 world records that have been set on Mondo tracks across the globe by star names such as Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt.
An 80m sprint lane under one of the main stands has the same Mondo surface.
Mondo Group-supplied contract personnel will help restore and enhance various water resource facilities throughout Afghanistan.
The first of the Mondo Piccolo stories was written in December 1946 and what was to become a series of nearly 350 stories met with immediate success, for reasons we may speculate about.
La domanda, con cui l'autrice s'interroga sul mondo delle immagini nell'opera dello scrittore, e la stessa che Calvino si e posto nella sua lezione americana sulla visibilita: "Da dove vengono le immagini della fantasia?
Although the medieval favourites grow naturally in England, Anabela Hardwick, director of Mondo Berry, described them as forgotten fruit, as they hadn't been widely consumed for hundreds of years.
Mondo, a medical student at Northwestern University, Chicago.
Mondo was established in 1995 and recycles low-end films, including poly-bags and shrink and stretch wraps.
Duey Kratzer opened Mondo Vino in 1999 with a focus on stocking small-production vineyard wines, and he hasn't veered from that strategy.
Valley's is believed to be the only 10-lane Mondo track in California.
Guitarist Ben Perrier and drummer Ben Thomas from Oxford's Winnebago Deal have joined Californian Nick in Mondo Generator which plays Birmingham Barfly tonight.
Enter Mondo Caine, a witch doctor who looks like a Sumo wrestler with a mohawk.
Sealed Air has been achieving growing success in the drinks field--notably in Scotland--with its range of versatile Mondo and Scaglione case erecting and inserting equipment, and is now eager to build on that success in the rest of the UK, where many companies are keen to introduce more automated end-of-line equipment.
But first, in a Fair City special which has been dubbed a cross between Rogue Trader and the General, the actor plays a part in the exit of the much-loved Mondo.