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Most routes that take an ID, including the /users route, will accept multiple values separated by semicolons. For example, a query like /users/1%3B22656?site=stackoverflow will give you results for both user 1 and user 22656. You can combine up to 100 ids in this fashion.
By "bio" you mean the about me field, right? ... Any path that returns a user object will return the about_me property, but this is not returned by default. You have to use a filter that has about_me enabled. For example, here is a query to get your "About me" on stackapps: users-by-ids#ids=8109&filter=!.2mo6GlnpFPFeBKnaz&site=stackapps An ...
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