[ UK /ˈəʊbaɪ/ ]
- (West Indies) followers of a religious system involving witchcraft and sorcery
- a religious belief of African origin involving witchcraft and sorcery; practiced in parts of the West Indies and tropical Americas
How To Use obi In A Sentence
- Use of a University-owned mobile telephone and mobile telephone airtime service is intended for official University business.
- It had multiple shooters, multiple locations, mobile threats, willingness to fight the first responders and follow-on SWAT/commando units, well-equipped and well-trained operatives, and a willingness to die. Cliff Schecter: The Terrorist and the Terror Watch List
- This came after scores of pro-Uribe legislators and other officials were indicted on conspiracy charges involving so-called demobilized paramilitaries. Council on Hemispheric Affairs
- This is due to the then nonexistent mobilization of what is called today the "civil society."
- The mobile service is designed to bring the marriage bureau to the doorstep of the customer.
- A great deal of the nudge-nudge wink-wink routine by the young upwardly mobile male executives was the usual response to her presence.
- I even dragged my acrophobic mother up mountains in the Auvergne, only to leave her quivering halfway up while I persevered alone to the top.
- Indeed, so many of us now possess a handset that mobile phone sales have collapsed.
- Trained by Mark Tompkins and ridden by Philip Robinson, Babodana made his move about three furlongs out.
- Similarly, when the starter button is pressed, along with the clutch pedal, the system recognises the transponder signal, releases the engine immobiliser and the steering lock, and the engine starts.