BOOD

AcronymDefinition
BOODBooch Object Oriented Design (software design method)
BOODBoard of Operating Directors
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Now the well born bachelors of her set, having more blue bood, but much less wealth, than they needed, admired her, paid her compliments, danced with her, but could not afford to marry her.
Olugbon, who returned to the club in the summer, made it three goals in two games with the opener during Saturday's 2-1 win at Black Country Rangers while Bood has also been on target this season.
Nadia Bood, reef scientist at the WWF, said 'not only has its government listened to calls to protect the Belize Barrier Reef, which only last year was under threat from seismic oil exploration, it has stepped up to become a world leader in ocean protection by ending all oil activity in its waters.'
Simpson, A., Bood, J., Anderson, S., Romer, L., Dahlen, B., Dahlen, SE.
James Checkers opened Bridgnorth's account with Tom Whitney, Liam Bood and Ollie Bromley banging in further goals.
[24.] Brackmann C., Bood J., Afzelius M., and Bengtsson P.-E., "Thermometry in internal combustion engines via dual-broadband rotational coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy," Meas.
Controversial American Gatlin, 35, was bood by the crowd after he edged team-mate Christian Coleman into silver with the Jamaican superstar left to settle for bronze.
Swift's squad generated media attention in 2015, the year the singer debuted "Bad Bood" with her close-knit girl gang at the MTV's Video Music Awards.
(5.) Bood RJ, Nijssen M, van der Kamp J, Roerdink M.
Diurnal variations in milk and bood urea nitrogen and whole bood ammonia nitrogen in dairy cows.
The assessment of divergent validity is used when it is expected that the two variables examined will be unrelated (Norlander, Bood, & Archer, 2002; Wilson, Gullone, & Moss, 1998).
Electrolyte imbalances, destruction of bood brain barrier by fever or encephalopaty and encephalitis are the causes for occurence of convulsions.