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BYO

n
Austral and NZ an unlicensed restaurant at which diners may drink their own wine, etc
[C20: from the phrase bring your own]
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The holidays don't have to be a lonely time of the year, with everyone welcome to pull up a blanket at the annual Christmas Day BYO Picnic.
Exhibit B: The expansion of the building and customization trend to other kinds of toys that you don't think of as being BYO, like action figures.
Created as an affordable, convenient option for the cost-conscious consumer, BYO Wireless is an industry leader in the "bring your own phone" prepaid wireless business.
The BYO BookTalk will meet monthly on the third Friday of the month from 1 to 2 p.
If the risks are acceptable, ensure your BYO risk program is in place and well structured.
Independent research Citrix commissioned in October found that 62% of organisations cited 'managing applications on mobile devices' as 'difficult' when introducing a BYO policy at their organisation.
Enterprises are at the 'Bring Your Own' (BYO) crossroads--BYO device, BYO network, BYO App, BYO cloud.
Just a shame you can't rock up with your picnic blanket, camping chairs and BYO food and drink.
He says BYO technology as much of a problem for New Zealand's small companies as for the larger ones.
And another in the list of SoCal projects, BYO records just release Let Them Know, a double LP enclosed within a huge scrapbook chronicling the BYO scene from the early days to the present, and with a photo discography.
Under the BYO by Built line, the company is offering one-bottle (SRP of $8.