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  • n. Alternative spelling of bayou.


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  • In the little town where my parents lived, it was a byo-buffet and fireworks.

    snippets from Nathreee's life

  • 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.

    snippets from Nathreee's life

  • 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.

    A View: The Science=Atheism Meme

  • "Everyone" need not believe-in a 4 byo planet in order for the planet to be as old as it is.

    A View: The Science=Atheism Meme

  • 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.

    August 30th, 2005

  • "Tshen-byo-yen," I said quietly, and had the satisfaction of beholding

    The Paternoster Ruby

  • 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.

    The Paternoster Ruby

  • 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."

    The Paternoster Ruby

  • 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

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent


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