Many garages become dumping grounds for unused, outgrown, and broken objects.
What does B/O stand for?
B/O stands for Broken Object
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We have 17 other meanings of B/O in our Acronym Attic
- Bill of Material
- Back Order
- Battery Operated
- Bearer Only
- Best Offer
- Biological Opinion
- Blocking Oscillator
Samples in periodicals archive:
This optimism was also evident in the title of Saiken--Mata Tatereha linda, linda (Reconstruction: Everything Is Going to Be Fine, You Can Rebuild), an installation of a fallen pillar and broken objects transported from a house destroyed in the Tohoku quake; set in the open air, outside the museum's glass wall, it showed human effort as part of the natural cycle of destruction and re-creation, conveying a new sense of beginning.
The house in Treharris Street, Roath, Cardiff, was scattered with broken objects smashed on Mr Clarke, along with bloodstained scissors and garden shears.
The house in Treharris Street, Roath, Cardiff, was scattered with broken objects which had been smashed on Mr Clarke, along with bloodstained scissors and garden shears.
Such an object could certainly possess sentimental value for its owner, so that a desire to preserve and use the broken object is understandable.
Any jewellery, even broken objects can be donated with more valuable items being sold and the remainder recycled to raise funds.