- n African tree having an exceedingly thick trunk and fruit that resembles a gourd and has an edible pulp called monkey bread
- Baobab Trees The national tree of Madagascar, the baobab can attain a trunk diameter of 36 feet.
- The woman has been waiting under the baobab tree for maybe two days.
- The skeleton of an elephant lies out in the grasses near a baobab tree and a scattering of black volcanic stones.
News & Articles
- Lukoil takes charge of deepwater block offshore Côte d’Ivoire
Nigerian independent Taleveras Energy will retain a 25% interest, with state-owned PETROCI holding the remaining 10%. The block, near the producing Baobab field , covers 399 sq km (154 sq mi) in water depths from 800-2,100 m (2,625-6,890 ft). To the south, LUKOIL operates neighboring block CI-205.
June 11, 2013 - Offshore Magazine
- HÃ¥kon Wium Lie in Kauppalehti (RekisterÃ¶inti)
The reason many of us find working in technology so worthwhile is seeing projects like this become reality,said HÃ¥kon Wium Lie, CTO, Opera. "We're excited that Baobab chose Opera to make a difference in the ongoing fight against HIV in...
- Peter Gabriel in Independent
Orchestra Baobab were really well known and then people forgot about them. Now they're back in a more mature, reformed mode,Gabriel says.