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BOBody Odor
BOBox Office
BOBolivia
BOBologna (Emilia Romagna, Italy)
BOBulletin Officiel (French)
BOBig O (anime)
BOBest Offer
BOBusiness Object
BOBochum (Germany)
BOBelarus
BOBusiness Office
BOBack Office
BOBusiness Opportunity
BOBoletín Oficial (Spanish: Official Gazette; Argentina)
BOBarack Obama (44th US president)
BOBlackout
BOBurnout
BOBinary Option (trading)
BOBlue October (band)
BOBiarritz Olympique (French rugby team)
BOBattery Operated
BOBanco de Occidente (Spanish: Western Bank; Honduras)
BOBlow-Off
BOBranch Office
BOBreak Off
BOBattle Orders (Diablo 2 game)
BOBack Order
BOBiological Opinion
BOBack Orifice (trojan horse utility)
BOBiodiversity Offsetting (conservation)
BOBlack Organization (Detective Conan)
BOBilling Official (US DoD)
BOBuzz Off
BOBoom Operator (USAF in-flight refueling)
BOBlood Omen (game)
BOBody Odour (gaming group)
BOBarrel of Oil (oil and gas exploration)
BOBowled Over
BOBuild Order
BOBloc Opératoire (French: Operating Room)
BOBlocked Out
BOBronchiolitis Obliterans
BOBad Order
BOBus Operator
BOBreakout Box
BOBang and Olufsen
BOBridge Officer (gaming)
BOBinary Output
BOBoletim de Ocorrência (Accident Report; Brazil)
BOBucked Off (rodeo)
BOBoarding Officer
BOBilans Otwarcia (opening balance)
BOBuyer's Option
BOBenefits Office
BOBlack Ore (Lineage 2 game)
BOBase Order
BOBusy Out
BOBrain Overload
BOBottom Opened (can collectors)
BOBeneficial Occupancy
BOBudget Obligations
BOBudget Outlay
BOBinary to Octal
BOBorn Organized
BOBattle Operations
BOBranchiootic
BOBonus Objective (gaming)
BOBruto Oppervlakte (Dutch: Gross Area)
BOBlocking Oscillator
BOBench Order
BOBase-Out Prism
BOBloody Orchid (Lineage 2 game)
BOBranch on Overflow (IBM)
BOBowel Opening (anatomy)
BOBarring Order
BOBorrow Output (electrical circuits)
BOBooster Orbiter
BOBit Oxide
BOBeat Oscillator
BOBachelor of Oratory
BOBranch on Ones (IBM)
BOBuffer Overflow/Overrun
BOBearing Observed
BOBom Pra Otário (Brazil)
BOBourget-Opéra (French)
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Fasting shrimp, exposed to food in waters with their own body odor, increase food ingestion proportionally to their biomass increase and tend to stabilize at high biomass values.
Lindsay's research team plans to develop strategies to make pregnant women less attractive to mosquitoes, including use of antibacterial soap and developing repellents to block the body odors most tempting to mosquitoes, the Lancet said.
Monjay is unlike anything on the market and really will allow people to eat foods spiced with garlic and onions, and vegetables in the bean and cabbage families without having to worry about having offensive breath, body odor, or pressure from gas hours after eating.
Our results indicate that garlic consumption may have positive effects on perceived body odor hedonicity (the pleasure derived from it), perhaps due to its health effects, for example antioxidant properties and antimicrobial activity,' the study said, as relayed by the news outlet.
Some may be embarrassed by body odor, acne, or new hair, while some don't even seem to notice it.
Researchers at the UPM along with the IlA-a Sistemas company have found that there are recognizable patterns of each person's body odor that remain steady, which leads the way to improve personal identification that is less aggressive than other biometric techniques being used today.
Burlingame, CA-based Crystal, creators of Crystal Body deodorant and Crystal Essence, went back to school--specifically the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)--for the" No Body Odor in the Classroom" project.
Of course, as we watch Alison Murray's deeply felt freakout ``Mouth to Mouth'' unfold, we get the feeling that we're not so wild about Harry, and not just because his body odor practically radiates off the screen.
Shaving underarms removes hair that traps bacteria, eliminating stinky body odor," says New York-based dermatologist Dr.
Question: We have an employee who has a very bad body odor.
Body odor is created through the normal, ongoing process of bacterial activity breaking perspiration down into a volatile gas.