(Vi Kyuin) Wel·ling·ton [wee-gyin-wel-ing-tuhn], /ˈwi ˈgyɪn ˈwɛl ɪŋ tən/, Ku Wei-chün; Gu Weijun, 1887–1985, Chinese diplomat and statesman.
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How to use Koo in a sentence
However, it remains uncertain whether Koo will thrive in the diverse Nigerian market in the same way it did in its home market, India, where it has over 6 million users.
Koo’s CEO, Aprameya Radhakrishna, welcomed the Nigerian government to the app, also announcing their first international extension plan into Africa’s most populous country and their plans to use local Nigerian languages on the app.
Koo presents itself as a Twitter alternative with less stringent moderation policies.
Now in his second season with the Falcons, Koo is leading the league in scoring.Placekickers With NFL Dreams Face A Winding, Risky Path | Marisa Ingemi | December 18, 2020 | FiveThirtyEight
Koo, who kicked in college at Georgia Southern, won the job for the Los Angeles Chargers to start the 2017 season, but after missing on three of six field-goal attempts in his first four games, he was cut.Placekickers With NFL Dreams Face A Winding, Risky Path | Marisa Ingemi | December 18, 2020 | FiveThirtyEight
Most Americans don't live there on Planet Koo-Koo, and I don't suspect many will be visiting there any time soon.Michael Moore on Clint Eastwood’s Delusional Speech at the Republican National Convention | Michael Moore | August 31, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
He was reportedly forced to ditch Koo, after it emerged that she had once appeared naked in a film of dubious quality.
Four bullets whizzed into the control room, splattering close about the thin mummy-like body of Koo Faya.
Austin and Jan knew that Koo Faya was leaping to a position where he could shoot his poisoned darts at them again.
Koo Faya, the Martian, was there, working with demoniac haste over switches and dials.
"Hitchy Koo" is another favorite, and was being sung in the midst of a German attack.Tommy Atkins at War | James Alexander Kilpatrick
Just northward, at the edge of a big meadow, was once the Indian village of Hoo'-Koo-me'-ko-tah.Guide to Yosemite | Ansel Hall