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BSO

BSO

Abbreviation for
benzene soluble organics  (environment)
bilateral sagittal osteotomy
bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
Biological Safety Officer (NIH)
buthionine sulfoximine

BSO

Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy. Excision of both ovaries
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As BSO only had 23 calls for service (including the 18 involving the killer), Mr.
The school was inspected by Penta International, an accredited inspector of the BSO programme.
India has the highest proportion of high-frequency and algorithmic transactions in the developing world, and BSO is filling the need for a network provider with the local knowledge and superior infrastructure to help companies maximize their trading opportunities," says Michael Ourabah, CEO at BSO.
One suggested link on the Program Books page is the program for the first BSO concert, held on 22 October 1881.
We assayed LDH released into the medium after BSO treatment to measure overall cell injury by spectrophotometric analysis at 340 nm, as described previously [2, 13].
BSO Network Solutions's knowledge and expertise of the Middle Eastern region, in particular its understanding of the local telecoms landscape, is extremely valuable for our clients, as are the dedicated account management and network operations teams they support us with.
The TFMMS MCR is created by the BSO N1 manpower analyst and routed electronically via the Resource Officer at N12 for verification.
Employing a 12-man team with a conventional BSO requires some creativity.
The KHDA and the CfBT will offer BSO inspections to Dubai's 54 British curriculum-based schools in conjunction with the inspections conducted annually by the Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau.
It added: "To qualify for BSO inspection, schools must be able to demonstrate that their curriculum and ethos are related to British culture.
The DSIB and BSO inspections will be carried out simultaneously in order to minimise disruption to teachers and classes.