boun


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boun

(buːn; baʊn)
adj
prepared, ready
vb (intr)
dialect Scot to prepare, to dress
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Well, Balum he tuck de money, en when he wuz in church he hear de preacher say dat whoever give to de po' len' to de Lord, en boun' to git his money back a hund'd times.
Boun' to git yo' money back a hund'd times, de preacher says!
I'll boun' you pulled 'em out; some o' your shines," said Aunt Chloe.
In Hueisan, the Coffee Festival (in Lao, Boun thad kafee) has become one of the twelve rituals of the Buddhist annual cycle, celebrated in the third month of the Buddhist calendar.
In Laos and northeastern Thailand, Boun Phavet historically has occurred in their fourth lunar month, circa March.
2004a .Probabilistic landslide hazard mapping using GIS and remote sensing data at Boun Korea.
When Jack is old and weather beat, too weak to roust about, In some rum shop they let him stop, at eight bells he's turned out; He cries, he cries up to the skies, I'll soon be homeward boun'; For my money's gone 'tis the same old song, Get up, Jack, John, sit down.
THIS co adm been unfolding order, meaningless ("W multit pr folding in rder, Tykwer Andy but a multitude to the womb bound REEL boun LOWDOWNTHE ap BEST QUOTE: "A half-finished book is, after all, a half-finished love affair."
But the striker twisted athletically to volley in the rebo bo boun un und fo fo for a l gl gl glor orio ious us goa oal Wigan need-rebound for a glorious goal.
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It was important to boun straight back after Blackpo nce ool to prove a point to those who said the team was brittle and one-dimensional and was not strong enough to match the teams at the top.