Wireless now allows customers the freedom to use either GSM or CDMA phones with coverage on the nation's largest networks.
Muri gahunda nshya y'ikusanyabukungu indimi nyafurika zikwiye gutezwa imbere mu rwego rwo guha imbaraga no kusigasira umurage w'umuco n'ururimi, kugira ngo bitayoyokera mu byo
As far as I am concerned, we have got very good lead horses in Byo
and Foley (Millennium), so anything that gets to within two lengths of them will win races.
After lunch, Byo
gave a follow-up presentation on Mindful (Not Mindless) Teaching: Ask the Accomplished Learner Question Often.
Japanese society adopted the current name ''seishin bunreatsu byo
'' in 1937 based on a translation of the German name, but ''bunretsu byo
'' and ''(seishin) bunretsu sho'' were also used until 1989, when the name was unified.
Some race meets have allowed BYO
for more than 135-years.
While the BYO
trend is most commonly associated with employee-owned smartphones and tablets entering the workplace, new research by Cloud and mobile services vendor, LogMeIn, sheds light on another growing aspect of employee-driven tech adoption: the rise and impact of bring your own apps (BYOA).
What to bring: BYO
food, wine, tableware, plus any festive decor you'd like to contribute, like candles or canopies.
This is a BYO
mustache event, and runners can win raffle tickets for crossing the finish line, mustaches intact.
Joint owner Paul Hope said: "It's definitely gives us an advantage over licensed places as it does cut the bill." Nearby Indian restaurant Khan's is another popular Bring Your Own (BYO
TALENTED artists are being given the chance to showcase their works at a BYO
(bring your own) Art Day at the Tate.
He chased home Byo
in a similar event, going down by two and a half lengths and a reproduction of that effort should see him