- n. alternative spelling of bayou.
“In the little town where my parents lived, it was a byo-buffet and fireworks.”
“Now I'm wondering what a byo-buffet at the French embassy would look like, and what the ambassador would think of the things the dutchies bring with them.”
“I grew up just outside the projects in Brooklyn byo suburban NJ.”
“No, if the student objects to a 4 byo earth, the teacher informs him/her that this is science class, and that the subject is what SCIENCE thinks about the age of the earth.”
“Everyone" need not believe-in a 4 byo planet in order for the planet to be as old as it is.”
“I believe he's trying to get a hold of a bbq, so byo food for that, i imagine that we'll have plenty of softdrink and some nibblies.”
“Tshen-byo-yen," I said quietly, and had the satisfaction of beholding”
“Tshen-byo-yen to close the deal for the stone, when one of his henchmen notified Burke and me that the attempt had been a failure, that they had succeeded in securing only the replica.”
“His companions were also priests, and Tshen-byo-yen was a wealthy noble of the district, whose family was accountable to the king for the safeguarding of the temple's sacred relic -- the "Heart of Budda.”
“Tokio Sugamo byo-in (insane asylum), founded in 1879; physicians, 9; keepers, 145; inmates, 634; receipts, 30,700 yen; expenses, 78,830 yen; (3) the Tokio jikei byo-in (charity hospital) founded in 1182”
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