Examples of bio in a Sentence
you can read a bio of the author on her home page
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Here are thumbnail bios of the 16 players announced Monday: Quin Blanding, safety, Virginia: Walter Camp All-American leads all safeties with 121 tackles and has four interceptions in 2017.
In the first verse, Savage offers a wonderfully concise bio, beginning with his expulsion from high school and then outlining the heartlessness that formed within him.
Check out her School of Roc bio by clicking the link.
The link to the campaign site is more than just part of my bio.
According to the menu, which lists each chef and a short bio, the dish was invented in 1986.
There are now two New York Times corrections, a change in a staff bio at the New Yorker, and an announcement from the Paris Review that suggests Hughes will be properly listed on the masthead in the future.
Here is a good bio/obit on him with quotes from colleagues.
From an artist who started gathering attention in her late teen years, Next Thing is expected to be an interesting chronicle of her transitioning into her twenties, her bio reads.
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So You've Been Asked to Submit a biography
In a library, the word biography refers both to a kind of book and to a section where books of that kind are found. Each biography tells the story of a real person's life. A biography may be about someone who lived long ago, recently, or even someone who is still living, though in the last case it must necessarily be incomplete. The term autobiography refers to a biography written by the person it's about. Autobiographies are of course also necessarily incomplete.
Sometimes biographies are significantly shorter than a book—something anyone who's been asked to submit a biography for, say, a conference or a community newsletter will be glad to know. Often the word in these contexts is shortened to bio, a term that can be both a synonym of biography and a term for what is actually a biographical sketch: a brief description of a person's life. These kinds of biographies—bios—vary, but many times they are only a few sentences long. Looking at bios that have been used in the same context can be a useful guide in determining what to put in your own.
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