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.
Boulter's crude vulgarity of thought and speech could not harm her.
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." "I don't know what to do with her," said Marilla.
It is, I suppose, Boulter's not even excepted, the busiest lock on the river.
Bludyer; the Honourable George Boulter, Lord Levant's son, and his lady, Miss Mango that was; Lord Viscount Castletoddy; Honourable James McMull and Mrs.
Russell Boulter appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court over the incident, which happened in February at an address in south Aberdeenshire.
William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer of IndiGo, said, "In line with our international expansion strategy, we are excited to announce Yangon as our new international destination."
William Boulter, chief commercial officer, IndiGo, said: "As we expand our presence in the Middle East, we are delighted to commence operations to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with daily direct flights between Mumbai and Jeddah.
Boulter (centre) celebrates the launch of the new route
WOODHOUSE Eaves tennis ace Katie Boulter has pulled out of Wimbledon due to a back injury.