KBO


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KBO

abbr.
Kuiper belt object
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Noun1.KBO - any of many minor planets in the Kuiper belt outside the orbit of Neptune at the edge of the solar system
minor planet, planetoid - any of numerous small celestial bodies that move around the sun
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Chang has become the second journalist-turned-secretary-general in KBO history.
Our new plans offer continuous access to these shows and KBO, wherever they are and whenever they want it," noted Lim.
Thus, the Lotte Giants, Kia Tigers, Samsung Lions, and some of the other teams in the KBO have adopted a management system in which they are both named and managed by their parent companies.
Fully carrying out the KBO search is contingent on the results from a pilot observation using Hubble data.
KBO chief executive, Andy Fallon, said: "TubeSync is a new component which overcomes many of the problems associated with conventional valve amplification without changing the fundamental process, hence the resulting sound output still exhibits that pure analogue magic.
One KBO, identified in 2002, has been christened Quaoar, the name the indigenous inhabitants of the Los Angeles Basin gave to the creative force of the universe.
As I have to work hard as KBO commissioner, I will have no other source of income.
Their timings of the star's disappearance, for 8 and 11 seconds, sets the diameter of KBO 55636 at a mere 177 miles (286 km) if it's assumed to be roughly round.
I decided to make a U-turn to the KBO League because I was eager to be part of games.
In 1999, the company won the KBO Prize for its innovative engineering design work on wing boxes for the A340-600 aircraft, which had its first flight in April this year.
The eminent performance he showed this year made him become the first KBO player ever to win the regular season MVP, the Korean Series MVP and the Golden Glove in the same season.
Last July, 2003 EL61 entered the KBO lexicon just days before the "10th planet," 2003 U[B.