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What does BND stand for?

BND stands for Boys Next Door

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OPENING THIS WEEK The Boys Next Door Cottage Theatre Friday through June 26 "The Boys Next Door," written by Tom Griffin, is set in a communal residence in a New England city, where four men live under the supervision of an earnest but increasingly burned out social worker named Jack.
Alison Bruce, director of Glasgow's Look agency, said: "They are like the boys next door but the really handsome boys next door.
Tomorrow's line-up includes K Klass, John Kelly, Graeme Park, The Boys Next Door and Happy Mondays tribute band The Mondays.
Entertainment will be provided by band The Boys Next Door, and there will also be tastings with whisky supplied by United Distilleries.
They were the boys next door - the sort of lads that any mother would be happy to see her daughter marry.
INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN CASTING FOR A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL: ``The Boys Next Door (Hallmark Hall of Fame)'' CBS; ``Larry McMurtry's Streets of Laredo,'' CBS; ``The Late Shift,'' HBO; ``Truman,'' HBO; ``Tuskegee Airmen,'' HBO.
Director Penelope Spheeris, who took challenging views of American life in her early films "Suburbia" and "The Boys Next Door," now merely choreographs chaotic set pieces, none of which are inspired or unpredictable.