BOAS


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AcronymDefinition
BOASBritish Ophthalmic Anaesthesia Society
BOASBritish Orphans' Adoption Society (UK and Australia)
BOASBank of America Study
BOASBoreioantlantikh Summaxia (NATO) in Greek
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Ned Newton fired two more electric bullets into the still writhing body of the boa.
"It was the big boa that whipped itself around you, as you leaned over," explained Tom, as Ned came up to announce that the snake was no longer dangerous.
"What ho!" said Leonard, greeting that apparition with much spirit, and helping it off with its boa.
To complete it all, Clara fetched from the cabin an ukulele of boa wood that was the twin to Saxon's, and together they sang "Honolulu Tomboy."
(https://www.britannica.com/animal/boa-snake-family#ref40490) Boas are a group of non-venomous, constricting snakes.
Leaders from the state and federal government will meet with on-the-ground community development leaders participating in New York's landmark Brownfield Opportunity Area's (BOA) program.
Spirax Sarco was the first organisation to become accredited to teach the BOAS course in 2005, which provides national accreditation for anyone that operates or managers industrial boilers.
El pensamiento antropologico de Franz Boas invita a sumergirse en los cimientos intelectuales del fundador de la antropologia norteamericana: Franz Boas (1858-1942).
Boas sits on the Pacific Asian Affairs Council, which he helped start a public high school after-school program on inter national affairs and later a summer travel program.
Eugene Atget photographed a Paris that was rapidly vanishing; Boas's accomplishment is to have recorded a fan's relation to stardom that is no longer possible and a carefree sexual license that is no longer viable.
Boas argue in their fascinating and extremely useful new book, Open Networks, Closed Regimes, that shouldn't surprise.