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Boyd

1. Arthur. 1920--99, Australian painter and sculptor, noted for his large ceramic sculptures and his series of engravings
2. Martin (A'Beckett). 1893--1972, Australian novelist, author of Lucinda Brayford (1946) and of the Langton tetralogy The Cardboard Crown (1952), A Difficult Young Man (1955), Outbreak of Love (1957), and When Blackbirds Sing (1962)
3. Michael. born 1955, British theatre director; artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company from 2003

BYOD

(Bring Your Own Device) Refers to employees who bring their personal devices to work, whether laptop, smartphone or tablet, in order to interface to the corporate network. A huge amount of company data is accessed using employee-owned equipment. See CYOD, Windows To Go, Appleization, BYOC and IT consumerization.
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Boyd Duncan's answer was couched in terms of bunched knuckles, two bunches of them, that landed right and left on Captain Dettmar's face.
"That," Boyd Duncan replied, looking ruefully at his battered knuckles.
ENPNewswire-August 1, 2019--Notice of Boyd Group Income Fund 2019 Second Quarter Results Conference Call
11 January 2019 - California, US-based thermal management and environmental sealing solutions provider Boyd Corp.
Annette Boyd, 59, spoke to the ECHO about her ordeal, which involved initial failures by police to properly investigate her claims that husband Alex, 80, had been injured while being cared for at Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Trust's mental health unit, Springview, in June 2016.
OKLAHOMA CITY The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden hired Tyler Boyd as curator of carnivores and hoofstock.
Securities and Exchange Commission, has assigned a 'B+'/'RR4' rating to Boyd Gaming Corp.'s (Boyd) announced $500 million senior unsecured notes maturing 2026.
Anthony Boyd, from Willenhall, knifed Robert Eacock in the back as he waited to cross a road in Hereford city centre on the afternoon of January 29.
Neal Boyd, an opera singer who won NBC's "America's Got Talent" and dabbled in Missouri politics, has died.
Karl Boyd, 23, flew into a rage after his partner declined to go to the Rochdale town.
THOMAS BOYD IS LARGELY REMEMBERED in connection with his much-lauded World War I novel Through the Wheat, which was published by Scribner's in 1923 on the recommendation of Boyd's friend F.