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corkage

a charge made at a restaurant for serving wine, etc., bought off the premises
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Created as an affordable, convenient option for the cost-conscious consumer, BYO Wireless is an industry leader in the "bring your own phone" prepaid wireless business.
The BYO BookTalk will meet monthly on the third Friday of the month from 1 to 2 p.m.
If the Bring Your Own (BYO) risks are too high for your organisation today, stay abreast of developments.
Independent research Citrix commissioned in October found that 62% of organisations cited 'managing applications on mobile devices' as 'difficult' when introducing a BYO policy at their organisation.
Ibi byo nta n'aho umuntu yabihungira ndetse umuntu yabibona nk'inzitizi z'ubwigenge bw'indimi nyafurika.
"Today, while many colleges and universities are still pursuing labor and capital intensive laptop computer distribution models, beginning wireless network initiatives, and building larger general-purpose computing labs, Drexel students purchase their required computers from a web store front; register online for wireless use anywhere, anytime (over 35,000 registered wireless devices on campus), and bring their lab with them wherever they go--we call it Bring Your Own (BYO) Laptop.
The fact that it's BYO means, of course, that it also makes for a relatively cheap meal out.
Kate Vetch (above), aged 22, a mezzo - soprano, graduated with honours in music from Birmingham Conservatoire with the BYO.
Up Tempo followed that good effort with a win when dropped into selling company at Wolverhampton, overcoming a modest break to give a pound and a narrow beating to Byo, who reopposes on similar terms.
He chased home Byo in a similar event, going down by two-and-a-half lengths and a reproduction of that effort should see him register the second success of his career.
Byo has been knocking on the door off his current mark and looks the solid selection in the Bet On The Six Nations At betdirect.co.uk Banded Stakes (1.50) at Southwell.
Stable stalwarts Foley Millennium, who has won nine races in the past year, and Byo have provided those victories and Quinn is hoping this is just the start of a bright summer.