BOOS


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AcronymDefinition
BOOSBaltic Operational Oceanographic System (various locations)
BOOSBent Out of Shape (Rainbow music album)
BOOSBritish Orthopaedic Oncology Society
BOOSBaltic Operational Observing System
BOOSBondi Ocean Outfall Sewer (engineering structure; Australia)
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Dancers are known to be very insecure," said Boos, a 16-year veteran of New York City, Ballet.
As Piazza walked to the plate for the first time with the bases empty in the first inning, the boos came faster and harder, and swelled after he flied to left on a full count.
PHOTO (1) Shaquille O'Neal (center) endured boos by the fans and gang defense by his ex-teammates in posting 20 points and 10 rebounds.
Maybe they should boo us before we come out on the field.
SHAUN EDWARDS has added his voice to condemnation of the treatment of Wales flyhalf Rhys Priestland declaring: "You boo one of us, you boo all of us.
Strachan, who had a string of bust-ups with McGeady during their time together at Celtic, insists the Everton winger is mentally tough enough to cope with the Tartan Army boo boys.
has confirmed that attorney Greg Boos still maintains the AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest possible rating for both ethical standards and legal ability, even after first achieving this rating in 2011.
There is not a club in the land that doesn't have supporters who aren't guilty of hitting the boos.
The club heard many boos during two home games in the ALCS, as they failed to score in 20 out of 21 innings.
This is boos Britain and we're all going on a boos cruise.
Judge Robert C Kelly faces boos and jeers every week on the hit RTE show.