CHOS

AcronymDefinition
CHOSCelebrity Happenings Off-Screen
CHOSCourthouse-on-the-Square (Denton, TX)
CHOSCopper Hammer of Striking (Everquest Gaming) (EQ Weapon)
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Since the establishment of Buddhism in Tibet through royal patronage and initiative, the unique and the famous expression "chos srid zung 'brel," meaning the union of Dharma and Polity became the popular expression for describing the culture of state policy.
"This is the first nationwide tour I'm having," Cho said during a press conference on Thursday at the Seoul Arts Center.
Second, the objective of Naude et al.'s [2] article was 'To compare the effects of low (sic) CHO and isoenergetic balanced weight loss diets in overweight and obese adults'.
Cho, who is tagged in human trafficking and extortion activities, was transferred to ISAFP on Oct.
Digestion of CHO begins in the mouth and is completed by the small intestine with the monosaccharide glucose being the predominate end product.
Cho had quarreled with flight attendants in first class after one of them offered her bagged nuts instead of nuts served on a plate.
The CHO+CHO supplement contained 0.65 g CHO x [kg.sup.-1] and the CHO+PRO supplement contained 0.52 g CHO x [kg.sup.-1] and 0.13 g PRO x [kg.sup.-1] (see Table 2).
Cho's writings and behavior, he said there are too many gaps to complete the picture.
On page two, sandwiched between a picture of the sky and a photo of Cho in combat fatigues, he wrote: "Are you happy now that you have destroyed my life?
It was also revealed officers have not spoken to Cho's parents.
It was also revealed that officers have not yet spoken to Cho's parents.
In the "Teen Wolf," revolving around Scoot McCall (Tyler Posey), a teenage boy who turns into a werewolf after being bitten by one, Cho features as a half-Korean and half-Japanese teenage girl, Kira Yukimura, who eventually goes through a love triangle with two other leading roles, McCall and Allison Argent (Crystal Reed).