BOA

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AcronymDefinition
BOABank of America
BOABoard of Adjustment
BOABands of America
BOABind on Account (gaming)
BOABank of Alexandria (Egypt)
BOABank of Africa (est. 1982)
BOABoard of Accountancy
BOABritish Orthopaedic Association
BOABuitengewoon Opsporingsambtenaar (Dutch: Extraordinary Investigation Officer; Netherlands)
BOABest of All
BOABoletín Oficial de Aragón
BOABoard Of Advisors
BOABasic Ordering Agreement
BOABritish Osteopathic Association (Luton, Bedfordshire, UK)
BOABranch Office Administrator
BOABuffer Overflow Attack
BOABlack Oak Arkansas (band)
BOABuffer Overflow Attack (computing)
BOABased on Availability (lodging, travel)
BOABand of Angels (Menlo Park, CA)
BOABayesian Optimization Algorithm
BOABasic Object Adapter
BOABest of Accessibility (symposium)
BOABayesian Output Analysis
BOABoard of Architects
BOABoard of Administration (Alabama prison board, 1923-39)
BOABoard of Auditors
BOABy Appointment Only
BOABirds of Avalon (band)
BOABest of America
BOABeat of the Angel
BOABusiness Online Access
BOABritish Olympics Association (London, UK)
BOABorn-Oppenheimer Approximation
BOABaja Outdoor Activities (La Paz, Baja California, Mexico)
BOABelastungsorientierte Auftragsfreigabe
BOABenzin-Og Oliebranchens Arbejdsgiverforening
BOABlue Oxen Associates (San Francisco, CA)
BOABrotherhood of Arms
BOABroad Ocean Area
BOABounders of America
BOABattle of Atlantic (UK)
BOABlanket Order Agreement
BOABuilt on Athletics (brand name)
BOABlade of Awe (gaming, Adventurequest)
BOABureau of Architecture
BOABinary-translation Optimized Architecture
BOABattlefield Ordnance Awareness (US Army)
BOABank of Australasia
BOABusiness Opportunity Assessment
BOABeginning of Activity
BOABolometer Data Analysis Project
BOABorn Out of Asepsis
BOABureau Of Advertising
BOABestuursondersteuning en Advies (Dutch)
BOABan on Acronyms
BOABuyer Offload Analysis
BOABringers of Anarchy (gaming)
BOABusiness Object Application
BOABusiness Officer Academy (University of California, San Diego)
BOABusiness Operating Agreement
BOABroadcast Overlay Architecture (FastForward Networks)
BOABreak-Off Altitude
BOABlank Ordering Agreement
BOABandwidth Overhead Analysis
BOABusiness Owned Application
BOABook O' Acronyms :-)
BOABrotherhood of Armageddon (gaming clan)
BOABottles of Australia Pty Limited (Tuggeranong, ACT, Australia)
BOABusiness Optimization Appliance (2MI)
BOABusiness Operations Assistant
BOABuying on Agreement
BOABritish Octopush Society
BOABack Order Addendum File
BOABlacksmiths Organization of Arkansas
BOABachelor of Office Administration
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Maurice is at present part-time chief executive of the British Osteopathic Association, and has over 10 years board-level experience of leading change and transformation in professional bodies.
In fact, a study by The British Osteopathic Association, BOA, found that millions of Brits were injured every year by their clothing, with one in two adults suffering aches, pains or injuries from handbags, bras or sunglasses
In fact, a British Osteopathic Association study found millions of Brits were injured every year by their clothing, with one in two adults suffering aches, pains or injuries from handbags, bras or sunglasses.
Six in 10 women suffering back pain, stiffness in the neck and even headaches because of a lack of support, the British Osteopathic Association warned.
The data on fashions that leave millions of us injured was released by the British Osteopathic Association.
DRIVERS who fail to wear seatbelts correctly are at risk of injury according to the British Osteopathic Association (BOA).
The study, commissioned by the British Osteopathic Association, found a fifth of us spend six hours or more a week sitting in a moving vehicle.
The British Osteopathic Association found more than one in ten Midland drivers sit too far back for their seatbelt to offer effective protection in a frontal crash.
A survey carried out by the British Osteopathic Association (BOA) as part of Back Care Awareness Week has found 13 per cent of people sit too far back for their seatbelt to offer effective protection in the event of a crash.
An ill-fitting bra won't provide sufficient support, while badly-adjusted straps put pressure on to the shoulders and back causing stiffness in the neck and headaches,' warns Liz Ellis of the British Osteopathic Association.
The head should be well-supported - but kept in line with the spine," explains Danny Williams, member of the British Osteopathic Association.
The head should be well-supported but kept in line with the spine," said Danny Williams, member of the British Osteopathic Association.
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