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Lalo insisted during a recent interview that they encountered Chito “and his people by accident.”
Lalo said he reported the kidnapping to his ICE handlers, which was confirmed by a former federal agent familiar with the case.
The leaves are dried, and made into a powder called "lalo," which is used by West Africans as a condiment.A Camera Actress in the Wilds of Togoland|Meg Gehrts
A tendency towards the employment of curious rhythms often imparts a peculiar "cachet" to Lalo's compositions.Masters of French Music|Arthur Hervey
The baobab is emollient and mucilaginous; the pulverized leaves constitute lalo, which the natives mix with their daily food.
Lalo had distinct originality, discernible in his employment of curious rhythmic devices.
Thus, when nearly fifty years of age, Lalo found himself in difficulties.