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BOD:

see seweragesewerage,
system for the removal and disposal of chiefly liquid wastes and of rainwater, which are collectively called sewage. The average person in the industrialized world produces between 60 and 140 gallons of sewage per day.
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BOD

(microbiology)
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Dwi wedi bod mor lwcus i gael straeon difyr ymhob cyfres o Gwaith Cartref ac mae cael chwarae cymeriad Donna yn yr ysgol a gartref gyda'r teulu yn ddiddorol iawn.
Chairman BoD said that we have to improve Pesco's performance and to develop it as a Consumer Friendly Company.
A falle bod yr ymateb ffyrnig yn arwydd ein bod yn cael llond bol.
At the end of the meeting , the BoD approved the budget of the project for 2016.
Er bod ganddi berthynas ryfedd Garry, mae hi'n ei barchu fel tad i'w phlentyn, Gwern.
In order to increase their specificity to phenolic compounds, membranes were kept in phenol solution (made in phosphate buffer) with a BOD value of 5 mg/L after the second month of usage.
Brilliant tacticians though BOD probably nicks it due to the instinctive understanding he has with centre pal Gordon D'Arcy.
So why waste a sec beating down your bod when life has so many future curves in store for you?
the use of enzyme technology to treat difficult problems such as BOD and color,
Following the nomination process the BOD discussed our goals for the coming year.
The BOD must work closely with staff and inevitably develops a level of identification with the organisation, based on staffs perspectives.
Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU) is supplying its carrier class multiservice core switching and ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) broadband access equipment to support ACE's BoD services.