noun, plural lo·bos.
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Photographer Paula Lobo spent a year traveling the globe, capturing dancers in their natural habitats.
Lobo left her corporate job to explore her true passion, photography, working for a Brazilian fashion photographer.
The show was “about this girl who was traveling the world and taking photos of dancers,” Lobo says.
Paula Lobo may have studied dance for 17 years, but she never wanted it to become her career.
Lobo did take protective measures while creating the sculptures.Sexually-Charged Napalm Sculptures Debut at Gallery Diet in Miami|Ann Binlot|March 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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Lobo, who had equally good reasons for hating that odor, had installed an American air-cleaning system in his own office.
He sat down in the large armchair at the side of the desk, helped himself to one of Lobo's cigars.
None of the men found the photo Hall was seeking by the time he was ready to leave for General Lobo's headquarters.
Lobo sent for his aide, ordered microfilm copies of the documents to be ready in four hours.