B0 (disambiguation) (B followed by zero)
Bo or BO may refer to
.bo is the Internet country code top-level domain ( ccTLD) for Bolivia. It is administered by ADSIB, As of February 2011, the NIC was offering a registration fee of about $40 USD per year or 280 $Bs for third-level domain and $140 USD per year or 980 $Bs for second level domain.
Bo ( בֹּא — in Hebrew, the command form of “go,” or “come,” and the first significant word in the parashah, in , Exodus, 10:1, HE) is the fifteenth weekly Torah portion ( פָּרָשָׁה, ''parashah'') in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading and the third in the book of Exodus. It constitutes , Exodus, 10:1–13:16., HE The parashah is made up of 6,149 Hebrew letters, 1,655 Hebrew words, and 106 verses, and can occupy about 207 lines in a Torah Scroll ( סֵפֶר תּוֹרָה, '' Sefer Torah'').
Bo is a Swedish/ Danish masculine given name, derived from an Old Norse nickname, ''bua'', meaning "to live". A variant of Bo is the Swedish '' Bosse''. Bo is uncommon as a . Bo is also short for several names, including Robert, Beaufort, Beauregard, Bonita or Bonnie.
Bo as a surname may refer
Bo (born October 9, 2008) is a pet dog of the Obama family, the First Family of the United States. male Portuguese Water Dog. The final choice was made in part because Malia Obama's allergies dictated a need for a hypoallergenic breed. Bo has occasionally been called " First Dog" . In August 2013 Bo was joined by Sunny, a female dog of the same breed.
The bo ( ) is a percussion instrument originating in China, a type of cymbals. It consists of two plates that are clashed together. It is a concussion idiophone.
Bo is the romanization of several Chinese family names including 薄 bó, 柏 Bó/Baí, 波 Bō, 伯 Bó, etc. Among these names, 薄 bó is relatively common. 薄 bó is the 271st surname in the Hundred Family Surnames.
''Bo'' is a 2010 Belgian film directed by Hans Herbots based on the novel '' Het engelenhuis'' by the Belgian author Dirk Bracke. It tells the story of a fifteen-year-old girl, Deborah (played by Ella-June Henrard), who, in an attempt to escape from the triviality of her life in the suburbs of Antwerp, becomes involved in high-end prostitution.
Bo Dennis is the protagonist of '' Lost Girl'', the Canadian supernatural crime drama television series. She is a bisexual Succubus and is portrayed by Anna Silk. In the first episode of the series, '' It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World'', Bo saved a young human woman named Kenzi from a rapist, and despite their differences the two quickly became friends. Confronted by the local Fae leaders with having to pick a clan, either "Light" or "Dark", Bo declared herself neutral, choosing to side with humans after Kenzi risked her life to find out where Bo had been forcefully taken and then helped Bo break free from a trance by calling out to her. Throughout the first season, Bo learns more about the Fae world and her supernatural nature, while searching for information about her origins. Along the way, Bo also develops romantic relationships with both Dyson, a Light Fae wolf- shapeshifter and police detective in the human police force; and Lauren, a human doctor and scientist in servitude to the Light Fae. In 2012, "Bo" was No. 35 in the AfterEllen list of "Top 50 Favorite Female TV Characters." In 2013, she was No. 10 in its "Top 65 Kick-Ass Female Fantasy Characters."
A ''bō'' (棒: ぼう), ''bong'' (Korean term), ''kon'' (Chinese term), or ''kun'' (Okinawan dialect), is a very tall and long staff weapon used in Okinawa and feudal Japan. ''Bō'' are typically around 1.8 m ft long and used in Japanese martial arts, in particular bōjutsu. Other staff-related weapons are the '' jō'' which is 1.2 m in long and the '' hanbō'' (half ''bō'') (''tahn bong'' in Korea) which is 90 cm in long.
Debian ( ) is an operating system composed of free software mostly carrying the GNU General Public License. The operating system is developed by an internet collaboration of volunteers aligned with ''The Debian Project''.
In mathematics, the classifying space for O(''n'') may be constructed as the Grassmannian of ''n''-planes in an infinite-dimensional real Hilbert space.
The Bo language, ''Aka-Bo'' (also known as ''Ba''), is an extinct Great Andamanese language. It was spoken on the west central coast of North Andaman and on North Reef Island of the Andaman Islands in India. The ''Aka-'' at the beginning of the language name is a common Great Andamanese prefix for words related to the tongue, which includes language.
The Bo were one of the ten indigenous tribes of the Great Andamanese people, originally living on the western coast of North Andaman Island in the Indian Ocean.
ほ, in hiragana, or ホ in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, each of which represents one mora. Both are made in four strokes and both represent ( ho). In the Sakhalin dialect of the Ainu language, ホ can be written as small ㇹ to represent a final h sound after an ''o'' sound (オㇹ ''oh'').
Chinese sovereignty and peerage, the nobility of China, were an important feature of traditional social and political organization of Imperial China. While the concepts of hereditary sovereign and peerage titles and noble families were featured as early as the semi-mythical, early historical period, a settled system of nobility was established from the Zhou dynasty. In the subsequent millennia, this system was largely maintained in form, with some changes and additions, although the content constantly evolved. The last, well-developed system of noble titles was established under the Qing dynasty. The CE 1911 republican Xinhai Revolution saw the dissolution of the nobility along with the totality of the official imperial system. Though some noble families maintained their titles and dignity for a time, new political and economic circumstances forced their decline. The fact that most existing nobles were of the Manchu ethnicity, a ruling elite under the Qing dynasty, but an ethnic minority like any other under the new Republic, resulted in minimal popular recognition of their nobility. Today, the nobility as a class is almost entirely dissipated in China, and only a very few maintain any pretense or claim to noble titles, which are almost universally unrecognized.