Boulter


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Boul´ter


n.1.A long, stout fishing line to which many hooks are attached.
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Say, Anne, Milty Boulter says his mother says you're going to college to see if you can catch a man.
Tillie Boulter says the master is DEAD GONE on her.
And Tillie Boulter let me wear her bead ring all the afternoon.
Tillie Boulter was in on her way home from school and told me about it.
Bludyer; the Honourable George Boulter, Lord Levant's son, and his lady, Miss Mango that was; Lord Viscount Castletoddy; Honourable James McMull and Mrs.
Husband, father and grandfather, John Duncan Boulter, who was known as Duncan, died at the age of 65 in early 2016, from mesothelioma, a terminal lung cancer caused in the majority of cases by asbestos.
KATIE Boulter made a winning debut for Great Britain in the Federation Cup as the side powered through Euro/Africa Zone matches to move a step closer to returning to the World Group level.
Great Britain's Katie Boulter came close to a shock debut victory at Wimbledon but ultimately came up short against American Christina McHale.
KATIE Boulter was "devastated" after coming within a whisker of a shock victory on her Wimbledon debut.
Devastated" Boulter broke down after just coming up short in her bid to stun world No.
Boulter in debut defeat GREAT Britain's Katie Boulter came close to a shock debut victory at Wimbledon but ultimately came up short against American Christina McHale.
TENNIS ace Katie Boulter says she is too busy focusing on getting to world No 1 to have a boyfriend.