Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Japan, a generic name for edible roots, such as yams, potatoes, sweet-potatoes, and taro. Used alone without a qualifying prefix, it is especially applied in Japan and in Korea to the taro, Caladium Colocasia, which is also called in Japan sato-imo. See Colocasia, taro, and gabi.
- n. the United Nations agency concerned with international maritime activities
“This imo is the problem with individually purchased health insurance, the individual is too easily weeded out so that only the healthy can afford insurance.”
“The best solution, imo, is to allow landlords to declare housing smoke-free, with the ability to evict based on breaking that rule.”
“The most important point imo is that we need some path to legalization – otherwise, no matter what health care system we devise, we will have a subset living in the shadows, only coming out for emergency care.”
“One of the beauties of Pixar imo is that they leave the film as is, not needing a sequel to possibly tarnish a film's reputation by simply adding to the plot of the original.”
“The only way Mccain will win imo is if clinton supporters put em over the top but I wonder, if this include's them then not even that will be enough (I pray).”
“McSame, imo, is not the right person for the country at this time.”
“I just don't believe he was thrown in there for the sake of it and yes, imo, is a definite sign of things to come (great things, hence, why in the Ironman movie, S.H.I.E.L.D. was constantly brought up - what, three-four times?).”
“BASEketball is simple good ol 'fashioned fun - not as classic a spoof as both Airplane movies (in imo) but good fun nonetheless.”
“The way to deal with that, imo, is as much transparency as prudently possible.”
“Any adult sf/f author that gets on the YA bandwagon because that's where the money is, imo is selling out.”
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