[ US /ˈtoʊɡoʊ/ ]
  1. a republic on the western coast of Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; formerly under French control
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  • Im not sure what the nothing-to-see-here explanation is for Bill Gates theory that new vaccines can help lower the population of the world, points out the Cryptogon blog, But I thought about the incidents from the 1990s where the World Health Organization was providing a tetanus vaccine to poor girls and women (and just poor girls and women) that contained human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG). - Articles related to Gates Foundation Signals New Focus on Maternal, Child Health
  • As daughter cells of spermatogonia, the primary spermatocytes reside just apical to the layer of spermatogonia.
  • A primary spermatogonium surrounded by a pair of cyst cells undergoes four mitotic divisions, forming a cyst of 16 primary spermatocytes.
  • Va-t-on vers un schéma de bataille fratricide à la togolaise […]? Global Voices in English » Gabon: On President Omar Bongo’s death
  • The primitive germinal cells are the spermatogonia, which lie peripherally in the tubule wall, outside the barrier of Sertoli cell junctions.
  • A FLEC commander said the Togolese team was not targeted in the attack but was a casualty of the war.
  • It can be summed up into three different processes, sporogony, merogony, and gametogony. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • Togo's stagnant, underdeveloped economy is largely dependent on agricultural exports.
  • A group architecture students worked with elderly locals in Togo, Tainan County to break this stereotype.
  • Caroline minuscule, especially in its calligraphic English form, formed the basis of Protogothic book script.
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