Booly

Related to Booly: Bloody Mary, Bollywood

Booly

 a company of herdsmen wandering to find pasturage for their cattle, 1596.
Dictionary of Collective Nouns and Group Terms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Under the awning outside, there's little difference from its previous incarnation, Booly Mardys (originally Bloody Mary's but forced into a clever change by a namesake).
This is the second business the brothers have founded as they are also directors of online price comparison business Booly.
Booly allows shoppers to save a product they wish to buy on its platform, which then sends them a message if it becomes cheaper elsewhere.
BOOLY BOOL FOY RYOU First Minister Alex Salmond launches a drive to encourage people to take up lawn bowls.
Do, Esteves, Karten, and Bier (2010) researched Booly, a similar cloud-based relational database that runs on multiple load balanced servers and can easily be accessed through a graphical user interface using a web browser.
Other team members include Adam Hernandez, Michael Schenone, Andy Rontonardo, Laura Booly, Jenna McGuirem, and Barbara Fazzalari.
Do, Esteves, Karten, and Bier (Do et al, 2010) researched Booly, a similar cloud-based relational database that runs on multiple load balanced servers and can easily be accessed through a graphical user interface using a web browser.
The Legion is humanity's first line of defense against its enemies and this new novel tells of a new part-alien Booly who battles political conflicts just as a new communications device is found in an alien fortress which may place the aliens ahead in the war which takes place.
Booly, run by Nick Light, Steve Light and Donna Crawford, began life as a price comparison browser addon.
In a former life, Agra was known as the Chandigarh and located in the leafy west end of the city at a spot now occupied by trendy cocktail bar Booly Mardy's - named after a vodka and tomato juice drink for dyslexics...
Sipping cappuccino in Booly Mardy's bar in Glasgow's west end ahead of the fifth series of Still Game, Sanjeev reflects on less fulfilling times.
Lee Sutcliffe, 26, head mixologist at Glasgow bar Booly Mardy's, is giving lectures on the art of cocktail making as part of Gourmet Glasgow 2004.