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BOOSBaltic Operational Oceanographic System (various locations)
BOOSBent Out of Shape (Rainbow music album)
BOOSBondi Ocean Outfall Sewer (engineering structure; Australia)
BOOSBritish Orthopaedic Oncology Society
BOOSBaltic Operational Observing System
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For someone to boo that shirt, to be honest I'm not very happy about it.
And yet he gets it in the neck from the boo boys when his side don't wipe the floor with what punters view as cannon fodder.
But the outburst at the "Marie" screening did surprise some veteran fest journos, who note that 99% of films don't get booed at all, and that just a few boos can have a magnifying effect in close quarters.
When a station operator processes a boo request, the crane locates the requested boo's bin number in only 70 seconds, retrieves the bin, and delivers it to the station.
At an athletic contest the fans boo laziness and incompetence.
But an unsigned, handwritten note at the bottom of the FBI's cover note that accompanied the Boos letter suggests that Revell had been in touch with Boos-even sending him a letter acknowledging his efforts.
Ian Botham had an obscene amount of boos directed at him whenever he toured Australia and an even more obscene amount of booze.
Joining a select group of attorneys from around the world, Bellingham attorney Greg Boos has been approved to practice before the International Criminal Court (ICC) Which is seated in The Hague, Netherlands.
It's our stadium and we don't need to hear boos, we need to hear cheers.
Archer-Watters' life has radically changed since 2003 when he was first spotted in ballet class by Grandiva ballet master Paul Boos.