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n.1.See Bodick.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'There is no accounting,' said good Miss Peecher with a little sad sigh which she repressed by laying her hand on her neat methodical boddice, 'there is no accounting for tastes, Mary Anne.'
By Rob Boddice. (Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 2018.
Describing the incident a "horrendous act of violence," Justice David Boddice said, "When police arrived at the scene they found you lying next to the deceased.
A Critique of Heidegger's Anthropocentrism." In Anthropocentrism: Humans, Animals, Environments, edited by Rob Boddice, 203-21.
Justice David Boddice described the murder as "cold, calculating and callous".
El primer texto que presentamos lo escribe el historiador Rob Boddice. Una de las estrellas emergentes de la historia de las emociones escrita en ingles, Boddice nos ofrece una excelente introduccion a esta nueva subdisciplina, en la que encara de forma clara y pedagogica algunos de los problemas principales, tanto teoricos como practicos, que presenta la introduccion de las emociones en la historia.
Set in Glasgow's grittier corners, the novel assembles its motley cast: sadistic crime boss Boddice, unwilling enforcer Davie Prentice, wary Kyle, a pair of twins no one can ever seem to tell apart, and tech expert Boag, who uses the children's game Operation and other "DIY crap" as inspiration for his gadgetry.
Such inattention to what is fitting caused Aurora Leigh to be lauded by writer and reformer Frances Power Cobbe, who said the poem "bears the relation to Psyche that a chiselled steel corslet does to a silk boddice with lace trimmings." (41) While the "silk boddice" corresponds with what Cobbe calls "the received notion of a woman's poetry," Aurora Leigh by contrast is depicted as another masculine and martial costume for its authoress to assume at will.
In any event, seemingly pursuant to IAA s 7(2) allowing a court to stay its proceedings 'upon such conditions (if any) as it thinks fit', Boddice J remarked ([24]):