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BOS

Abbreviation for base of support.
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The representatives of sponsors of Euro-2020 have got acquainted with BOS, as well as the area where the Fan Zone to be located during the championship.
The release by the East Kalimantan BKSDA and the Samboja Lestari BOS Foundation Orangutan Rehabilitation Center is the third consecutive time in the last 30 days.
Mr Gardner has also been named head of industrials, reporting to BOS large corporates managing dircector Scott Barton.
L-CsA-i has received orphan drug designation for the treatment of BOS from the Food and Drug Administration and European Medicines Agency, added the company.
With the acquisition of Imdecol, BOS expects to realise potential growth based on Imdecol's advanced technology related to automatic and robotic systems that enhance the productivity of production lines.
Bos said some Northern airports such as Sudbury, North Bay and Thunder Bay already use the chemical.
"We are very excited to add FBI to our enterprise, owned and operated by BOS Holdings, a 100% ESOP company," stated George Pfeiffer, CEO of BOS Holdings.
Since last March, BOS has expanded availability and its mission of healthy fun through strategic product seeding and retail initiatives that have proven successful in driving on-shelf velocities, while bolstering its US-based executive, sales and marketing teams.
Because friction during the pirouette is kinetic (i.e., there is relative motion between contact surfaces), it is also predicted that the body adjustments result in a translation of the entire BoS, serving as a major strategy for balance maintenance while rotating.
Bos underlines that the level identified by the singer is malleable, and should be considered a tool to determine the next step in the singer's journey.
The main manifestations of OB include progressive dyspnea and cough, eventually resulting in damage to the respiratory and terminal bronchioles.[sup][1] In patients who received lung transplant or human stem cell transplant, bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome (BOS) represents the main form of chronic allograft rejection and is associated with major morbidity and mortality.[sup][2],[3] In recent years, as a result of the rising incidence of end-stage lung diseases, lung transplantation is more common than ever.
The Upper Siwalik subgroup of the subcontinent was inhabited by early bovines: Hemibos, Proamphibos, Bison, Bos and Leptobos (Rutimeyer, 1878; Pilgrim, 1939; Khan et al., 2010; Siddiq et al., 2014).