BOQ

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AcronymDefinition
BOQBachelor Officers' Quarters
BOQBank of Queensland (Queensland, Australia)
BOQBill of Quantities
BOQBeginning of Quarter
BOQBase Officers' Quarters
BOQBasic Overnight Quarters (Camp Hill, PA)
BOQBunch of Questions (web forums)
BOQBegin of Quote
BOQBasic Officers Qualification
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"I've answered a bunch of questions about that," Giolito said.
Game of Throneshas returned for the long awaited eighth and final series and, as ever, there is a whole bunch of questions that need answering after the first instalment.
We've never had that before, so we're now able to ask a bunch of questions we couldn't even conceive of before.
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"It just raises a bunch of questions that suggest there is a complicated ecosystem here and we're only scratching the surface," said Ghosh, a fellow at Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy.
Trust me, guys, there is nothing that will annoy a pro more than an email containing a bunch of questions that are answered right there on the website.
"I think it's the first record I've ever written that I haven't just asked a bunch of questions. I actually tried to figure out why I was unhappy, why I feel out of place, why I'm afraid.
When Max visits a local museum, he wishes he could ask the dinosaurs a bunch of questions. Since the museum is about to close, the curator (Dinosaur Dora) says, "Why don't you write our T.
"She has a different bunch of questions - what are the questions that a real person flung into The Doctor's life would ask?" he said.
"400 years ago Galileo looked through an optical telecscope for the first time and answered a whole bunch of questions about what's going on out there in space," said Richard.