B/O

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AcronymDefinition
B/OBest Offer
B/OBattery Operated
B/OBack Order
B/OBreakout
B/OBiological Opinion
B/OBuyout (auctions)
B/OBearer Only
B/OBlocking Oscillator
B/OBudget Outlay
B/OBroken Object
B/OBudget Obligation
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The reasons why some of the broken objects were given a new "lease on life" may vary but it is certain that a person was behind each of these opportunities--an individual who gave another opportunity to the artefact.
For the series "True Stories," Bastard hired writers she found on Craigs list to concoct tales from small, crummy, often broken objects she found in the street.
Many garages become dumping grounds for unused, outgrown, and broken objects.
In the Old Testament, these passages demonstrate that God is concerned with both physical healing and the restoration of broken objects and relationships.
It said the Japanese, mostly women, were hit by broken objects carried by high winds and sustained light injuries to the head, arms and legs.
The house in Treharris Street, Roath, Cardiff, was scattered with broken objects smashed on Mr Clarke, along with bloodstained scissors and garden shears.
The house in Treharris Street, Roath, Cardiff, was scattered with broken objects which had been smashed on Mr Clarke, along with bloodstained scissors and garden shears.
Any jewellery, even broken objects can be donated with more valuable items being sold and the remainder recycled to raise funds.
He addresses such questions as the addition of arsenic to copper, or of flanged axe hoards: for instance, at the site of Pieve Alignola the 26 axes found there exhibit proportions of tin which clearly varied depending on whether they were unfinished or finished products, or older broken objects.
There could be usable nuts and bolts, pieces of an old bike, or broken objects that no longer have a name.
A myriad of objects--shells, bottles, mirrors, lamps, and broken objects of many types, including pots, plates, cups, and saucers--are placed on or near the gravesite.