Examples of bio in a Sentence
you can read a bio of the author on her home page
Recent Examples of bio from the Web
In addition to coaching duties, the 28-year-old Fair has also reportedly been working as an insurance sales agent for Senior Healthcare Direct, per a bio posted on the company's website.
According to a White House bio, Kavanaugh has served as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2006.
The cost of the naturalization process totals $725, which includes $640 worth of application fees and an $85 background check, also known as a bio-metric fee.
The recipe is simple: Sun, salty water, seed bio-prospected from the ocean and fertilizer.
Harrison, a former navy man, moved his family to Vegas in the hopes of creating a new beginning and opened the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in 1988, according to a bio from the network's website.
The film has themes of environmental catastrophe and genetic manipulation, but the bio-horror plot unfolds in a surrealist, David Lynchian way.
Pitt, 59, served as a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix, and developed a reputation for his work in forensic psychiatric evaluations, according to Pitt's bio.
James Demery’s Twitter bio isn’t a complicated one.
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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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