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Part of the exhibit was a sample of “mongo,” which describes something pulled from the garbage for reusing.
But when it does, Molina will have a nice sampling of pre-curated mongo, ready for a larger audience.
"Good ting to hab de larsh mout, Misser Mongo,—eat de more—lib de longer," said Billy.The Portland Sketch Book|Various
Under my window I have two big jars,—one full of mongo,3 the other of very fine sand.
The king, just arisen from bed, looked out of the window, and was astounded to see the mongo and sand perfectly assorted.
Originally it must have been either gravel and mongo, or else mongo and some other kind of lentil nearly resembling it in size.
It came to pass that, out of the forty slaves brought in the caravan, the Mongo rejected eight.Captain Canot|Brantz Mayer