bogman

bogman

(ˈbɒɡˌmæn)
n, pl -men
(Archaeology) archaeol the body of a person found preserved in a peat bog

bogman

Any human body found preserved in a peat bog, such as in Ireland.
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You never know who you might run into From a Bogman on Roath Park Lake to storyteller Peter Finch seeing off the Red Route Marchers, there are plenty of surprises lurking around every corner at the annual celebration.
The excellent I'm A Bogman, with its lyrics about "bringing home the turf, no matter what the weather," evoked the harsh life on the land, and the anger and disgust were palpable when he sang Viva La Quinca Brigada, about the fight against Franco in the Spanish Civil War and Ireland's support for Franco.
Leon Redler, who helped Fowler realize Bogman Palmjaguar, 2007, a cinematic portrait of a grizzled, delusional environmental activist living a hermit's life in the Scottish wetlands.
By reclassifying our slaves as 'cattle', we'll receive grants to feed and house them," explained Northern Ireland Farmer's Union spokesman Josias Bogman yesterday, while parking his Range Rover outside his 8-bedroom house in South Armagh.
Well, the crotchety old maids and boney-arsed bogman who live within close proximity to the museum came to feel that the sounds of skateboards click-clacking about the grounds were starting to drown out the ambiance of sirens, horns, and homeless entrepreneurs who are temporarily out of work, cash, and mind.
Tiddley packed into a car, the boy surmises the destination: "probably away off to the garage to rub some bogman with his mickey good luck and good fucking riddance" (100).
Patty's eccentric aunt refuses to believe in the "monster," however, and speculates that people project their own beastliness onto something external "so they can hate it, and they call it war, they call it the bogman, or beast, or wolf.
Two years later, another bogman dubbed `Grauballe Man', was found.
With Deltek Vision, we get the visibility we need into our business processes, projects, costs and returns," says Niels Bogman, Associate Director at Valstar Simonis.
Animals are dying in large numbers," said NIFU Chairman Josias Bogman yesterday, "yet our members haven't received one penny in compensation.
In personal terms, this was very much a contest between a UUP candidate who fatally stressed his sophisticated, big-city background among the London movers-and-shakers and the unassuming, Bible-inspired DUP bogman, who doesn't attempt to pass a spade off as a shovel.
Like a visual countdown, the photos mark the end of an era in ten exquisitely suspended moments, from the baroque commotion at the sales counter--where Mme Bogman, the aunt, peers out from behind an enormous desk and a dizzying array of garments--through the burlesque cohabitation of customers and demolition crew, to the classicizing desolation of a final fitting session, with a white-robed model and her seamstress-attendant posed like antique statuary in the pregnant void of an arcaded dressing room awaiting destruction.