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AcronymDefinition
BOOMBoard of Ordained Ministry
BOOMBinocular Omni-Orientation Monitor (virtual reality technology)
BOOMBuild-Own-Operate-Maintain
BOOMBardzo Oryginalna Oferta Marketingowa (Polish: Very Original Offer Marketing; Poland)
BOOMBinocular Omnidirectional-Oriented Monitor
BOOMBefore Object-Oriented Methods
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Disko did something to the wheel that checked the schooner's way, while Manuel, with Harvey to help (and a proud boy was Harvey), let down the jib in a lump on the boom.
Macalister was in the Kaffir market and often told them stories of the sudden fortunes that had been made in the great boom of a year or two back.
Clean up the decks and bend the watch tackle on the main boom.
At the end of May the total length of boom deployed as part of efforts to prevent oil reaching the coast was nearly 2.
Always keep the boom in the stowed (travel lock) position when it's not in use.
Why should you embark on the Toon Boom Pilot Production Program?
Even now as Alex McLeish's men scrap to ward off relegation, Carr insists that they haven't reverted to a less-attractive approach; a style that the Dubliner likes to call: 'boom, boom, boom'.
Hydraulic flow for the boom and swing functions of the S-80 and S-85 is directed through Sauer-Danfoss valving.
Four low-boom and two normal-intensity-boom missions are scheduled, with up to six sonic booms on each mission.
Singer, songwriter and keyboard player Alexander and The Boom Boom Band - which consists of guitarist Billy Loosigian, bass player Severin Grossman and drummer David McLean - will be at Ralph's Chadwick Square Diner in Worcester on Saturday, which, remarkably, is the first time the group has been in the club that has long been synonymous with eclectic, punk-bred music.
Because the IT-producing sector is concentrated in a few geographical locations, such as California, Texas, Massachusetts, Washington, and Georgia, the IT boom and bust had a disproportionate impact on these locations (Daly and Valetta 2004).
Another problem with the Concorde was that its characteristic sonic boom and high level of emissions (nitrous oxide in particular) restricted it to routes over the ocean.