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blue screen of death

slang A humorous term for the blue screen that is sometimes displayed after a crash on a computer with a Windows operating system. So you've got a blue screen of death, huh? Have you tried restarting your computer?
See also: blue, death, of, screen

BSOD

slang An abbreviation of "blue screen of death," a humorous term for the blue screen that is sometimes displayed after a crash on a computer with a Windows operating system. So you've got a BSOD, huh? Have you tried restarting your computer?

blue screen of death

and BSOD
phr. & comp. abb. the blue computer screen that appears in early versions of Windows when Windows discovers a programming or operational error. Every time I run that program I get the BSOD. No matter what program causes the blue screen of death, Bill Gates gets the blame.
See also: blue, death, of, screen

BSOD

verb
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I haven't encountered the BSOD a week on, previously, I would encounter it once, sometimes twice a week.
RV to supply headsets BSOD and headsets concealed carry for the police Hesse.
'di ltar 'gro ba mi yi bsod nams las grub pa'i gzhi skyes bu mi chos (8) kyi lo rgyus dang/ rgyan (9) dam pa lha chos kyi lo rgyus gnyis las/ dang po ni/ slob dpon arya de was/
(40) The "Dga' bzhi pa" in question must be the statesman and minister (bka' blon) Bsod nams bstan 'dzin dpal 'byor (1761-after 1809), who writes in his autobiography, in RDO(lh) 1084 [RDO(ch), 2: 1284], that the lady in question was his lcam chung, "junior wife," as opposed to Rnam rgyal sgrol ma, his lcam proper.
The life of 2nd Rje mkhan po Bsod nams 'od zer (1613-1689), the life of 2nd Rgyal sras sprul sku Kun dga' rgyal mtshan (1689-1713) and the life of Bya chu dkar mo bla ma Ngag dbang pad dkar.
"the three who attained spiritual realisation" (grub thob): Dus gsum mkhyen pa dPal chos kyi grags pa, Phag mo gru pa and gSal sto sho sgom, and bSod nams rtse mo, the second Sa skya pa hierarch.
Ultimately, some of these relics and flowers were deposited within the grand statue of Maitreya which Sakyasri consecrated at Khro phu monastery from 7 to 13 March 1212.(6) It is this work that is cited in part by Bsod nams dpal bzang po and almost in full by Dpa' bo, albeit via yet to be determined [intermediaries.(7) The colophon on fol.
The second colophon states that it was compiled by a Bsod nams rgyal ba in the course of a convocation held shortly after his [passing..sup.12] Structured around his apprenticeships with Mitrayogin, Buddhasri and Sakyasri, and therefore either the basis for the Chos rje khro los pan grub gdan drangs pa'i rnam thar bsdus pa, or, perhaps less likely, an expanded version of the latter, it provides many hitherto unknown details of his life, including the fact that he passed away towards the very end of 1236 at the age of sixty-four.
gcung po klu brag pas mdzad pa'i [15] rgyud phyag brgyas 'bring gsum/ gnyag ston ri pas mdzad pa'i/ sgron ma 'grel ba nyi 'od brgyan/ brgyal ba [Bru rgyal] rin po ches mdzad pa'i sgron ma'i dgongs don dang / snyan rgyud phyag khrid lag len dmar khrid kyi bskor/ don ldan zhang ston bsod rin gyi mdzad pa'i man ngag dmar khrid kyi bdams pa drug bya ba yod do/ de rnams snyan rgyud stod lugs kyi bon skor la rtogs pa'o/ Earliest Sources of Lineage Histories
6); and finally, a transliteration of Glo bo Mkhan chen Bsod nams lhun grub's (1456-1532) Rtag(s) kyi rnam gzhag rigs lam gsal ba'i sgron me (appendix).
Given this, we can then conclude that the white-haired individual diagonally above Acala's right shoulder is his father, Sa chen Kun dga' snying po (1092-1158), and the other figure diagonally above Acala's left shoulder his elder brother, Slob dpon Bsod nams rtse mo (1142-82).
In 1570, at age ten, 'Khon ston pa's parents took him to receive teachings on refuge and the altruistic mind from the third Dalai Lama, Bsod nams rgya mtsho (1543-1588).
Konchok Chophel (dkon mchog (35) chos 'phel, 1573-1646), who was a tutor (yongs 'dzin) of the fifth Dalai Lama and became the 35th Throne Holder (khri pa) of Ganden monastery (1626-1637), was called the incarnation of Panchen Jampa Lingpa (pan chen byams pa gling pa'i skye ba) (36) since he was regarded an incarnation of Panchen Jampa Linpa Sonam Namgyal (pan chen byams pa gling pa bsod nams rnam rgyal, 1401-1475).