boab


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boab

(ˈbəʊæb)
n
(Plants) Austral short for baobab
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When a local newspaper asked Boab why he chose to make such an offensive reference to the Nazi death camp, Boab dismissed the criticism, saying, "Why do you need to know?
Kidman and husband Keith Urban shed their bodyguards to wander the streets, lining up for coffee at Boab Bookstore and Cafe like everyone else.
Come shoot's end, Bolten-Boshammer gave her famous tenant a diamond-encrusted 18 carat gold pendant in the shape of a boab tree.
Come shoot's end, Bolten-Boshammer gave her famous tenant a diamond encrusted 18 carat gold pendant in the shape of a boab tree.
7 November 2005: Jack Wherra's boab nut carving as historical narrative
He says: "When an Aborigine woman was pregnant they would dig a hole and line it with boab flowers so the woman could give birth in it.
Stephen McCole is Boab, a shiftless loser who, in the space of a single day, gets the elbow from his football team, gets dumped by his girlfriend, told to find h is own place by his parents, fired from his job and, having taken his frustration out on a telephone kiosk, beaten up by the police.
Boab Coyle loses his place on the football team, gets kicked out of home, loses his job and gets chucked by his girlfriend all on the same day.
If you would like your band to play during Independent Venue Week, running from January 29 to February 4, contact Boab through The Bungalow FaceBook page.
Big Boab, Linwood SINCE Thatcher came to power in 1979 there are have cuts, cuts and more cuts.
We stop to admire a particularly spectacular boab, the site of Kidman and Jackman's first on-screen tryst, then trot on from the beautiful, lush river bank to canter across open grassland.