BOMO

AcronymDefinition
BOMOBournemouth (England city)
BOMOBohne-Motor (crankless engine)
BOMOBlood on My Organ (French band)
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The nature of the attack was not clear, but last month vandals targeted BOMO's compound and reportedly caused thousands of pounds worth of damage.
Wandala reached the zenith of its power after defeating the forces of Bomo c.
"Bomo butsa" is the phrase commonly used in Kargil to refer to and reinforce the girl/boy, inferior/superior binary.
The moniker is still available although I understand the seaside town of Bournemouth also considered going down the BoMo route in an attempt to give its image a lift.
When I described syncretic rituals I had witnessed they listened with polite incredulity; when I told them of slametan in the village of Bomo attended by both Hindus and Muslims, they declared this to be impossible.
(12) These include Iran (following the 1979 Islamic Revolution), Pakistan (in the late 1970s), Malaysia, and Nigeria (beginning with Zamfara State in 1999, then the states of Kano, Niger, Sokoto, Jigawa, Bomo, Yobe, Kaduna and Katsina).
For example, following a study of poverty profile and determinates of poverty intensity among the farming households of Bomo State, Kwaglie, et al, (2007) concluded that based on the established monthly absolute poverty line (N1,982.84) for the study area about 62 percent of the farming households were poor.
La economia tradicional nos ha mostrado un bomo economicus, para quien el consumo es un proceso racional donde se busca conseguir la mayor ganancia con la menor cantidad de recursos.
BOMO DP, RAVILIUS B, EL-ZOUBI I, DYER T, PODINOVSKAYA D.