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boline

(ˈbəʊliːn)
n
(Alternative Belief Systems) (in Wicca) a knife, usually sickle-shaped and with a white handle, used for gathering herbs and carving symbols
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PAM BOLINE (Dakota Wesleyan University), 59, was an associate professor of human services, chairwoman of her department, and faculty athletic representative at Dakota Wesleyan.
Shelter staff members; Sara Boline, MPH, Rita Bednarz, Marcia Huston, MD, Annette Julien, Mari Pina, Arlene Ryndak, MPH, Kathy Swedberg, Priya Verma, MD, Jeannie Walsh, Jeanette Zawacki, Judy Zwart, Kane County Health Dept, Illinois.
Nelson, C.F., Bronfort, G., Evans, R., Boline, P., Goldsmith, C., & Anderson, A.V.
Bronfort G, Goldsmith CH, Nelson CF, Boline PD and Anderson AV (1996): Trunk exercise combined with spinal manipulative or NSAID therapy for chronic low back pain: a randomized, observer-blinded clinical trial.
(5.) Boline PD, Kassak K, Bronfort G, Nelson C, Anderson AV.
PERRYDALE (50) - LIttle 19, Chrisman 12, McMillen 8, Brown 4, Stoutt 4, Tippens 1, Zamora 2, Burchett, Frederick, Boline, Eastman, O'Seanery.
Sonny Boline, an Elvis impersonator who works at the Elvis-A-Rama Museum, Las Vegas, said: "I feel so sad.
Boline achieves mixed success relative to his purposes.
Owner Beth Boline says, “What makes this store unique from any other retailer in Knoxville is the new location?s layout.” While the store will be under one roof, there will be two separate entrances and two sides.
PERRYDALE (51) - McMillan 20, Little 16, Chrisman 6, Stoutt 6, Brown 2, Zamora 1, Boline, Tippens.
In addition, there is some support for its use in the management of cervicogenic headache (Nilsson et al, 1997), as well as muscle tension-type (Boline et al, 1995; Hurwitz et al, 1996) and migraine headache (Parker et al, 1978; Nelson et al, 1998).