BOCO


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BOCOBoulder, Colorado
BOCOBoston Conservatory (performing arts school; est. 1867)
BOCOBook of Church Order
BOCOBuying Office Contracting Official
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"Yes, my boy, it forms a perfect bar to the Straits of Lybia, and the soundings of Smith have proved that in former times the continents between Cape Boco and Cape Furina were joined."
He said Ignacio refused to sell drugs "because she has already changed." Boco and his cohort shot the victim and fled, the relative said.
Boco said he made a "willful and deliberate assertion of a falsehood in a sworn statement required to be filed under Section 8 of R.A.
Boco hopes the housing project would be finished before the sixth anniversary of Yolanda next year, a sentiment shared by the typhoon survivors.
Once complete, BOCO's two facilities located in Wuppertal, Germany, and Tianjin, China, and its approximately 450 employees will be integrated into Magna Closures, an operating unit of Magna.
CHESTERFIELD: Lee, Darikwa, Evatt, Hird, Jones, Morsy, Ryan (Gnanduillet 85), Boco (Johnson 57), Roberts, Humphreys (Banks 43), Doyle.
The weathered nature of much of the ore (Upper Claystone and Upper BOCO) meant that primary ball mill grinding was minimal.
It is the first time Boco has been back in Scotland for eight years but he has hardly been sitting with his feet up since retiring from the game in 1998.
Randy Berdejo Boco, a 28-year-old secretary, asked every guest to bring a pair of slippers to his party, all of which were donated to destitute children in poverty-stricken areas of the Philippines.
This article will discuss how a new family of products called Body Conforming (or BoCo) measure against these criteria.
ROMUALD BOCO is set to miss a month of Accrington Stanley's season - to play for Benin in the African Nations Cup.
Walsall failed to clear Simon Whalley's corner and the ball found its way to Romuald Boco on the left.