BKOBerkshire Orienteers (UK)
BKOBo Kaspers Orkester (Swedish Pop Orchestra)
BKOBaten Kaitos Origins (gaming)
BKOBack Office
BKOBig Kids Only (various locations)
BKOBack Order
BKOBamako, Mali - Senou (Airport Code)
BKOBelgische Kalibratie Organisatie (Dutch: Belgian Calibration Organization)
BKOBidarteko Surf Club (France)
BKOBeautiful Kids Organization (est. 2009)
BKOBarkhausen-Kurz Oscillator
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Accession 1 (Table 1) was used for the characterisation of balanites kernel oil (BKO)
Our data showed a higher percentage of [CD4.sup.+]/[CD44.sup.high]/[CD62L.sup.low] cells in the WT mice than in the BKO mice after immunization (Figure 1A).
BPH grubunda ortalama prostat volumu, BKO ve serum insulin duzeyleri anlamli derecede daha yuksek idi (p<0.05).
Forming part of the BKO team, the Sokudo members contributed to the winning of two gold, two silver and five bronze medals at the championships, held at Dublin's National Basketball Arena.
At the weekend, Sameer captained the BKO junior men's team to a silver medal, beating all British opponents leading up to the final with the national team of Norway.
These three acts will take their place alongside the likes of UK soul star Omar, as well as Mali's own BKO Quintet and Lindigo, hailing from Reunion Island.
The teams, competing under national association BKO, consisted of John Hodgson, Tim Walker and Marwan Elmajani (senior team) with Sameer Owarth, Quaasim Hussain and Hudyafa Gefori (junior team) who convincingly took out their opponents in the final.
The festival has also announced two more acts that will grace the Sefton Park stage in June: Malian stars BKO Quintet and Reunion Island's Lindigo.
Jill Terry and Vicky Tufts, competing for BKO, their national association, reached the female team final at Sheffield.