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  • n. Plural form of USO.


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  • Assuming that USOs exist and have been visiting or living in our deep seas for ages, I figure the beings who are flying them are pretty smart.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Armageddon: How to Know When to Bend Over and Kiss Your Derriere Au Revoir

  • But whereas I once thought the creatures responsible for the USOs had to originate underwater, I now think they might be a surface species adapted to underwater life.

    Posthuman Blues

  • I've often argued in favour of an aquatic origin for UFOs or USOs - unidentified submarine objects.

    Posthuman Blues

  • A wiser power from the stars saw that our glory should not fade from this earth, and perhaps one of their USOs visited with Wang and through their skill placed the secret of the sun source into his brain.

    Encounter Group

  • Again the 50p is not for the funding of USOs but for next gen access networks to 30% of the country.

    thinkbroadband news feed

  • Just as a reminder this 50p is not related to USOs it is to increase the deployment of next gen services.

    thinkbroadband news feed

  • Other relevant regulatory developments that should contribute to the increase in fixed-line penetration and broadband infrastructure are the proposals for reviewing universal service obligations (USOs) for localities with less than 100 inhabitants, and a review of the universal service targets for the 2011-15 period, both presented by Anatel.

    Business Wire Travel News

  • Catalina island as being a hot spot for UFOs and USOs.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • I was not familiar with him, but he had some really great theories about USOs.

    The Debris Field

  • There are only three USOs left in the Bay Sate, see here.

    CapeCodToday Blog Chowder


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