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bogue

(bəʊɡ)
n
(Animals) a Mediterranean fish, Boops boop
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Coaches: Chip Hale, Bench Coach (12), Kevin Long, Hitting Coach (54), Joe Dillon, Assistant Hitting Coach (25), Derek Lilliquist, Pitching Coach (38), Tim Bogar, First-Base Coach (24), Bob Henley, Third-Base Coach (13), Henry Blanco, Bullpen Coach (35)
Guntulu AK (1,2), Selma Metintas (2,3), Tunc Kose (4), Filiz Bogar (2), Nuray Girginer (4), Hasan Fevzi Batirel (5), Nurullah Uckun (4), Muzaffer Metintas (1,2)
Chad Bogar, the national firm's chief executive officer, did not return telephone and email messages Friday afternoon seeking comment on the 4th Circuit's decision and whether the facilities plan to appeal.
Bogar Theatre, where a young Bellairs surely saw many a film back in the day, is hosting a red carpet premiere September 20, the night before the movie's nationwide release.
Bourgogne's sculptures and wall works invite us to look beyond surface appearances, beckoning us to not shy away from what we find: our very real weaknesses and strengths, our condition humaine.--Aaron Bogar
The whole day conference produced a joint statement called the Bogar Ulema declaration for peace, which in particular raised a call for all sides to 'join direct peace talks' in efforts to promote dialogue to settle conflicts.
The whole day conference produced a joint statement called the Bogar Ulema declaration for peace, which in particular raised a call for all sides to "join direct peace talks" in efforts to promote dialogue to settle conflicts.
Such as joining power-hitting Mike Marshall, infielder and current Nationals coach Tim Bogar and catcher Josh Paul as BG grads who played in the major leagues.
Bogar was the sole specific beneficiary in the will of his brother, Thomas E.