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The meaning of «bjo»

Betty Jo Trimble (born Betty JoAnne Conway on August 15, 1933), known as Bjo (/ˈbiːdʒoʊ/, BEE-joh), is a science fiction fan and writer, initially entering fandom in the early 1950s.
Bjorn Alberic Basson (born 11 February 1987 in King William's Town) is a South African professional rugby union player playing as a wing or full-back for the Stormers in Super Rugby.
Bjorn Mikhail Poonen is a mathematician, four-time Putnam Competition winner and currently the Claude Shannon Professor of Mathematics at MIT.
Bjorn Fratangelo (born July 19, 1993 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is a professional American tennis player who won the boys' singles title at the 2011 French Open.
Herbjorn (Bjorn) Peter Egeli (15 November 1900 – 20 October 1984) was a Norwegian born, American portrait painter and maritime artist.
Bjørn Thomassen (born 1968, Denmark) is an anthropologist and social scientist. He is associate professor at Roskilde University in the Department of Society and Globalisation.
Bjorn (English, Dutch), Björn (Swedish, Icelandic, Dutch and German), Bjørn (Faroese, Norwegian, and Danish), Bjőrn (Hungarian), Beorn (Old English) or, rarely, Bjôrn, Biorn, or Latinized Biornus, Brum (Portuguese), is a Germanic male given name, or less often a surname.
The Bjorøy Tunnel (Norwegian: Bjorøytunnelen) is a 2,012-metre (6,601 ft) long subsea road tunnel in Hordaland county, Norway.
Bjorn Englen (born Björn Erik Englén in Växjö, Sweden) is the bass player for Soul Sign, Dio Disciples and Tony MacAlpine.
Bjorn Rebney is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for Bellator MMA.

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