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bokoo

and boku (ˈboˈku)
mod. many. (A play on French beaucoup.) There are already boku people invited.

boku

verb
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announced today that leading Payment Service Provider (PSP) WorldPay has selected BOKU as its global mobile payments partner, integrating BOKU's payments platform into its payment network.
Working with mobile payments company, Boku, the process makes it easier for users to obtain PlayStationStore and Sony Entertainment Network content, including downloadable games, add-ons, themes, movies and TV shows, as well as subscriptions to the Music Unlimited service.
Fueled by Boku Superfood, Juliana Sproles won The World's Toughest Mudder event on Sunday and was crowned the World's Toughest Woman.
Andreessen's time on the eBay Board he has made investments in and actively advised, no less than five direct competitors of eBay (four of which are competitors of PayPal), including Boku (mobile payments platform), Coinbase (Bitcoin wallet), Dwolla (secure online money management), Jumio (online and mobile credit card payments) and Fab (design e-commerce); and
Al-Bashir: CIA and Mossad responsible for creation of Boku Haram and ISIS.
BERNIE LETTERMAN says we should not be concerned about offending anyone but scream about Boku Haram's evil crime in kidnapping girls in Nigeria ("Save these girls", ECHO, June 8) but at least the media has told us about it, which is more than can be said about another crime of unimaginable evil.
Banks of course, digital companies, but also recently the US company, Boku, specialised in micropayments.
Boku Haram leader justifies boarding school's massacre but falls short of sponsoring the massacre.
Boku is one of the first payments providers to integrate and launch with US Cellular to provide mobile payments for the carrier's postpaid customers across 26 states.
Yoo joins American Express from Boku, a global mobile payments network.
The Abbaa Boku (the father of scepter) was a 'chairman' who presided over the assembly.
According to Dascanova, research partners from Europe and North America, including Louisiana State University, ETH Zurich, BOKU Vienna and Technical University in Zvolen, Slovakia, have been participating in the research sub-projects.
Yukihiro Hasegawa (RIKEN), Junichi Iwata (University of Tokyo), Miwako Tsuji (University of Tsukuba), Daisuke Takahashi (University of Tsukuba), Atsushi Oshiyama (University of Tokyo), Kazuo Minami (RIKEN), Taisuke Boku (University of Tsukuba), Fumiyoshi Shoji (RIKEN), Atsuya Ono (RIKEN), Motoyoshi Kurokawa (RIKEN), Hikaru Inoue (Fujitsu), Ikuo Miyoshi (Fujitsu), and Mitsuo Yokokawa (RIKEN).
Many other startups, like Boku and Zong, are also entering the competition.