BOD

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AcronymDefinition
BODBody
BODBiochemical Oxygen Demand
BODBeauty of the Day (Tank Girl)
BODBiological Oxygen Demand
BODBooks on Demand
BODBoard Of Directors
BODBrian O'Driscoll (Irish rugby player)
BODBurden of Disease
BODBrotherhood of Doom
BODBoard of Deputies of British Jews (UK)
BODBandwidth on Demand
BODBenefit of the Doubt
BODBased on Demand
BODBook on Demand
BODBusiness Object Dispatcher
BODBusiness Object Designer
BODBrothers of Destruction (professional wrestling team; World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.)
BODBasis of Design (document)
BODBetter Off Dead
BODBunkers on Delivery (shipping)
BODBulletin Officiel des Douanes (French: Official Customs Bulletin)
BODBrown Out Detection
BODBrown-Out Detection
BODBarrels of Oil per Day
BODBrides of Destruction (band)
BODBeware of Dog
BODBusiness Object Document
BODBusiness of Dentistry Magazine (UK)
BODBeneficial Occupancy Date
BODBid Opening Date
BODBeginning Of Day
BODBordeaux, France - Merignac (Airport Code)
BODBulk Order Deed (Ultima online gaming)
BODBottled on Date
BODBishop O'Dowd High School (California)
BODBringer of Death (gaming, World of Warcraft)
BODBeginning Of Data
BODBrachymorphism-Onychodysplasia-Dysphalangism
BODBag of Donuts (band)
BODBase Ordnance Depot
BODBusiness Office Director
BODBorn on Date (Budweiser freshness date)
BODBattery Operated Device
BODBasic Oxygen Demand
BODBuy on Dips
BODBusiness Operating Division
BODBlack Out Drunk (Internet slang)
BODBottom of Duct (HVAC)
BODBuilding Occupancy Date
BODBright Object Detector
BODBottom of the Draw
BODBasic Operational Data
BODBeginning of Descent (flight planning)
BODBill of Distributions (supply chain management)
BODBackup on Demand (data management)
BODBulletin Officiel du Département (French: Official Bulletin of the Department)
BODBilling Operations Development
BODBeneficial Occupancy Determination
BODBreak of Day Design Studio LLC (Desoto, TX)
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Summary judgment dismissing the action of an infant victim of a dog attack in Sers v Manasia, 280 AD2d 539 was affirmed as the victim of the dog attack failed to prove that the dog had vicious propensities, or knowledge of the dog's owners thereto, despite the fact that the dog was occasionally confined in a pen on the property, the nature and severity of the attack, evidence of the violent tendencies of the breed, and the use of "beware of dog" signs on the residence where the dog once lived.
On Beware Of Dog, Bow Wow warns listeners that he's going to "get your daughters in a frenzy".
Nevertheless, in hopes of fooling some of the people some of the time, I bought a new "Beware of Dog" sign and, armed with sign, hammer,
Rawinski's knock, the men took note of a "beware of dog" sign attached to the gate to the backyard.
LIL' BOW WOW is back leading the pack with Doggy Bag (So So Def), the successor to his multiplatinum debut, Beware of Dog. Among the slamming jams is "Thank You," a tribute to fans that features Jagged Edge and Fundisha.
More positive proof of my dog's efficacy as a watchdog is the "Beware of Dog' sign we have posted at the foot of the drive, at our lawyer's suggestion.
Kelly, TP-2.COM (Jive); Toni Estes, Two-Eleven (Priority); Mystikal, Let's Get Ready (Jive); Lil' Bow Wow, Beware of Dog (SoSoDef/Columbia); Tonex, Pronounced Tone-Nay (Verity/Jive); The Kurt Carr Singers, Awesome Wonder (Gospo Centric); Lamar Campbell & Spirit of Praise, When I Think About You (EMI Gospel); Candi Staton, This Real Woman (Ordena Records); Michael Speaks, Praise At Your Own Risk (Epic); Ricky Dillard & New Generation Chorale, No Limit (Crystal Rose); Keith Brooks & New Creation, Perfect Peace (AIR Gospel); and Shirley Caesar, You Can Make it (Myrrh).
Instead of the usual warning sign "Beware of dogs" our old neighborhood should have displayed "Beware of dog-eaters" to warn pet lovers.
"We ask owners to beware of dogs straying and if they are with them don't let them run out-of-control because of the damage they can do.
As a parent of three football-daft boys, I've often told them not to trespass and to beware of dogs.