BIOH

AcronymDefinition
BIOHBritish Institute of Occupational Hygienists
BIOHBring It on Home
BIOHBritish Institute of Hygiene (UK)
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Represented here as theatrical performers in a minstrel show, Mammy (Tonye Patano), her brother Zip Coon (Eric Jordan Young) and children Sambo (Okieriete Onaodowan) and Topsy (Jocelyn Bioh) step out of Richard's nightmares and onto a stage impudently dressed with the watermelons, jungle drums, ragtime piano and spangled costumes traditionally associated with the race show Richard has made of their lives.
BiOH load-bearing polyol showed 25% IFD results in the 1830 formulation comparable to a conventional SAN copolymer polyol and similar to slightly harder IFD values in the 2440 formulation.
BiOH polyols are said to offer advantages over petroleum-based forms, such as a wide processing window, creamier hand, improved foam density consistency, flame retardancy, UV stability, and fatigue results.
School Girls: Or, the African Mean Girls Play, Jocelyn Bioh; dir: Sha Cage.
In developing the BiOH family of biobased polyols for use in major urethane applications, including flexible foams (the most technically challenging), Cargill has overcome the obstacles of performance, color, odor, and consistent quality that previously prevented these biobased materials from entering key markets.
Several upholstered resources, including Lane, introduced seating with a new foam fill called BiOH, a hybrid product that blends traditional petrochemical-based materials with a foam made from renewable crops.
(Minneapolis, Minn.), for its successful commercialization of BiOH, a new plant-derived polyols process technology that, API says, establishes "bio-based polyols as a real renewable formulating option for the polyurethane industry."
This year's winners will include Jocelyn Bioh, Charles Busch, Kirsten Childs, James Anthony Tyler, Isaac Gomez, and R.
So were Danai Gurira, Jocelyn Bioh, Mfoniso Udofia, and Ngozi Anyanwu, whose immethate families hailed from African nations.
The 2017-18 Tow Playwrights-in-Residence are Amy Staats, Atlantic Theater Company; Jocelyn Bioh, MCC Theater; Hammaad Chaudry, New York Theatre Workshop; Sharon Washington, Primary Stages Company; Patricia Ione Lloyd, the Public Theater; Diana Oh, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater; and Alex Lubischer, Roundabout Theatre Company.