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BOP

Abbreviation for:
basic oxygen process (Chemistry)
BCNU, Oncovin, prednisone
bleomycin, Oncovin, Platinol

BOP

Oncology A chemotherapy regimen:
1. BCNU, Oncovin, prednisone.
2. Bleomycin, Oncovin, Platinol.
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EXCITING: Roger Siviter (on trumpet) plays bebop in Solihull on Monday
As a bonus, "A Jazzman's Tale" includes an interview with Freeman by his sister, Professor Jane Lee Ball where he shares his ideas on bebop, jazz and musicians like Charley Parker, Thelonious Monk, Elmo Hope, Bud Powell and Billie Holiday with humor and wit.
Biedrzycki has only used the technology clinically on Bebop, the pot-bellied pig, who had a chronic shoulder luxation that required a complicated surgery to correct.
"Anyone trying to determine a person's position, size and seating attitude using only weight is making a faster horse," Keith McMillen, BeBop founder and CEO notes on the company's website.
Queen of Bebop leaves no doubt that Vaughan--as well as her contemporary, the great Ella Fitzgerald--sang with intention.
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Designed for accurate control and navigation in VR/AR environments, the BeBop Data Gloves are available to OEMs in 5, 10, and 14 sensor versions.
You can tell more about a person through a picture than a scale," said BeBop Founder & CEO Keith McMillen.
"Denny opened a bebop club above what is now McDonald's in the town centre in the mid 50s and got to know all kinds of people from Trinidad and played the bongos and conga drums."
Lastly, the revival of "Jump Swing" in the 1990s, (Brian Setzer, Big Bad Voodo Daddy), shined a light on the Jazz influenced, pre- Rock and Roll music that was the musical "first cousin" to Bebop. All of these elements, and the success of the landmark documentary, JAZZ (Ken Bums, 2000) created the groundwork for a 25+ year period that would see Bird's persona rise to that of a mythic hero in Jazz and American pop culture.