boing


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boing

(bɔɪŋ)
vb
to rebound making a noise
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The legend of the boing began in the summer of 1991 when a group of young Albion fans went on holiday to the Costa Del Sol.
There's no malice in this Boing Boing man, a hero I suppose.
Sela, the Smethwick-based traditional candy company, has been making Boing Boing Ball Drops since the mid 1990s.
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But he was much more than that, he was manager of the supporters' football team, Boing FC, and was a referee in his own right.
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The corporate team at Higgs & Sons has assisted Boing Boing Group (BBG) on its acquisition of Reliant Products, which trades as Central RPL.
Turner Broadcasting System is launching its children's channel Boing, a new version of the general entertainment channel for children, in Africa next month.
BAGGIES fans were boing boing ballistic last night after the club announced the appointment of Alan Irvine as its new head coach.