It lists your pic and all your bio info, which includes your favorite food down to the coffee.
We'll proceed directly to the bio-decontam chamber.
Brady surveyed the mess before him, admiring the ability of the bio-elimination field to destroy on touch.
Brady rested his laser gun on his shoulder, taking in the undisturbed minefield and pieces of bodies remaining after several of the intruders tried to cross the bio-elim field before it was disabled.
They tested the bio-elim field before passing through.
Bio-Bio Ma//eco 20.
By Arauco, Malleco and Bio-Bio, E.
Bismuth dioxide, BiO or Bi 2 O 2, is said to be formed by the limited oxidation of the metal, and as a brown precipitate by adding mixed solutions of bismuth and stannous chlorides to a solution of caustic potash.
Chevalier, Repertoire des sources historiques, Bio-Bibliographie (Paris, 1904), s.v.
Chevalier, Repertoire des sources historiques du moyen age, Bio.-Bibl.
This maritime range is traversed by several river valleys, some of which, like the Bio-Bio, are broad and have so gentle a slope as to be navigable.
These are the Maipo (Maypo or Maipu), Rapel, Mataquito, Maule, Itata, Bio-Bio, Imperial, Tolten, Valdivia or Calle-Calle, Bueno and Maullin.
The territory north of the Bio-Bio was originally divided into 13 provinces, besides which the Spaniards held Chiloe, Juan Fernandez and Valdivia, the latter being merely a military outpost.
During the years which have elapsed since the War of Independence the territory south of the Bio-Bio has been effectively occupied and divided into six provinces, Chiloe and the neighbouring islands and mainland to the east became a province, and four provinces in the northern deserts were acquired from Bolivia and Peru.
For military purposes the republic is divided into five districts, the northern desert provinces forming the first, the central provinces as far south as the Bio-Bio the second and third, and the southern provinces and territory the fourth and fifth.
The name of the Araucanians, the most powerful of the tribes, came to be applied to the whole confederation of Indians living south of the Bio-bio river.
In 1612 an attempt was made by a Jesuit missionary to negotiate a peace, but not till 1640 was the desperate struggle ended by the treaty of Quillin, which left the Indians all the land south of the Bio-bio river.
Through Bio-Bio and Cautin.
BIO-BIO, a river of southern Chile, rising in the Pino Hachado pass across the Andes, 38° 45' S.
The next certain intelligence which we have of Rabelais is somewhat more directly bio 1 See S.
451-490; Ulysse Chevalier, Bio-bibliographie (2nd ed.), s.v.