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Biographical.‘you can find bio information and photos on her website’
- ‘Permission to reprint this article is granted if the article is reproduced in its entirety, without editing, including the bio information.’
- ‘He remembered enough of her bio details from the compound records that he could probably track down a phone number.’
- ‘Author agrees to give Publisher the right to use the author's name, likeness, title of book, and bio material for publishing, advertising and promoting the work.’
- ‘Please provide your Current Contact and Bio Information for the 40th Reunion Book.’
- ‘The performer must also provide a photo, and PR and bio information for our booking agent to review.’
- ‘A new patient came into the office recently and told me she picked me over my partners because of the sheer amount of material displayed under my generic bio information on our practice website.’
- ‘Basically, it's is a Spotify app that adds liner notes, bio details, and all sorts of credits back into the experience.’
- ‘At the top of the list was my PCMag bio information, likely the most searched or viewed URL containing my name.’
- ‘It is easy to use and navigate and users can maintain their bio information themselves.’
- ‘Single-screen text bio sketches of the interviewees are also available.’
Biological.‘dogs are used at the airport to sniff out plant and other bio materials’‘he's never met his bio dad’
- ‘We are in touch with some of her bio siblings.’
- ‘A Foreign Office minister said that the export of bio materials had not broken international rules.’
- ‘Since you are a functioning stepmother, involved in the children's lives and married to the dad, having the same information that the bio mom and dad have helps you help the children.’
- ‘When bio material freezes slowly it creates crystal-structures that can puncture the cellular wall and destroy it.’
- ‘This stool, made from the bio material, can hold all of his approximately 200 pounds.’
- ‘We were terrified that we would have a situation where the bio mother would change her mind, and we would lose the child.’
- ‘Her bio mother gave her up for adoption.’
- ‘My bio dad walked out on me when I was two.’
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