bouge

bouge

(bʌdʒ)
vb (tr)
1. to swell or bulge
2. to scoop or gouge out
n
(Crafts) (in metalwork) a hollow running around any object
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Joelle Tuerlinckx, 'BOUGe silver #10'--serie FLEURs Sitterwerk/ alu or Branche verte baroque tt4'--serie BOUGes fleurs, 2016, photocopy on metallic paper on aluminum, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4".
Qualie de La Bouge : Rien que pour la monte du grand driver A.
At the Empire, Lime Street, until Saturday BURLESQUE Le Bouge Neon - starring burlesque royalty such as Miss Fallon Dee, Kitty Bang Bang and Miss Betsy Rose, including more crystals, fire, feathers and tassels than Paris, Vegas and Berlin combined.
Denis Bouge was heading off to the beach on the Spanish island of Lanzarote with his wife Marian when he slipped on the tiles outside his apartment and cracked his skull on Thursday.
The paper will be delivered to sites in Brussels, Ottignies, Bouge, Yvoir, Dinant, Namur, Soignies, Tournai, Ath, Baudour, Frameries, Beloeil, Hornu, Ciney and Erpent.
Parmi les fautes commises par Ennahdha et la Troika, Samir Dilou a precise que les deux parties n'ont pas bouge et n'ont pas pris de positions rigoureuses devant l'instabilite securitaire et l'apparition du terrorisme et de l'extremisme chez les jeunes.
Entre les deux clans, le spectateur principal qui n'est autre que le peuple, ne bouge pas de chez lui, cloue devant l'ecran.
Originally published in French as Tout bouge autour de moi (2010), this book is his firsthand account of the disaster and its aftermath.
The pack, produced at Molnlycke Health Care's plant in the Czech Republic, was presented to the Clinique Saint-Luc in Bouge (Namur), Belgium by Eric De Kesel, President Surgical Division of Molnlycke Health Care.
23 minutes as France's Perle Bouge and Stephane Tardieu set a new world's best of four minutes flat.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 8, 2011-Alto Group Holdings Inc secures commercial exploitation licence for Bouge gold project in Mali(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.