n.1.(Zool.) An edible fish of the Nile (genus Chromis).
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"We shall miss Bolty. He was a legend at Mirfield CC and throughout the Central Yorkshire Cricket League."
Ost suggested aiming for a steampunk look, and went on to furnish the production with "heavy, cagy, bolty metals," fabrics printed with the silhouettes of iron castings, ceramic tiles that evoked l9th-century insane asylums, and, for one wealthy character, a hat ornamented with chromed chicken skulls.
A guy whose big guns suit his sizeable frame - there are no bloodshot eyes with Bolty. He got people excited about athletics again - celebrating his 100m gold a good 20m from the finish.
Bolty has not shaved for about three years and has just about grown a full, carrott-coloured beard that would make all fellow gingers smile from freckle to freckle.
But both men were keen to play down their separation - dubbed Bolty v Balti in a public spat last week.
Skipper John "Coco" Crawford soon solved the puzzle and said: "Nobody's willing to spend nine hours next to Bolty. He'll bore you to death about his job which involves testing barley.