from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A biography.
- n. Informal A biographical sketch or outline.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Abbreviation of biography
- n. biographical sketch
- n. Abbreviation of biology
- n. bioscope; cinema
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And in the case of Stork (and maybe Whitson, her bio is a bit fuzzy to me), he had no history of being a human rights activist, as such, but was a leftist commentator on Middle East affairs.
It's a moderately amusing column (the bio is the best part, if you ask me), lacking the rapier-like wit of Jungle King and Triple Punch, but not every at bat can be a home run, you know?
Thaemlitz (his bio is here) sent me a parody ad for a
The word "bio" in the name did not suggest some form of state licensing was behind the product, although the court ruled that the company seal, in its resemblance to an existing German eco-seal, could confuse consumers and would have to be changed.
There's what I call a bio-diversity of resistance.
You will put this information at the end of your article in what we call the bio box.
This brief "bio" is not meant to pat myself on the back, but to let you know that you are investing in 30-plus years of experience in government at the highest levels and three decades of contacts and knowledge of how this city works.
"There is great confusion over the term bio-identical hormones.
The nexus of Georgia Tech, Emory, and the CDC give us an incredible base for leading in bio-technology research and development.
Here is his bio from the Coffee Party convention press release: