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bosie

(ˈbəʊzɪ)
n
a googly
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Noun1.bosie - a cricket ball bowled as if to break one way that actually breaks in the opposite way
bowling - (cricket) the act of delivering a cricket ball to the batsman
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Bosie is a non-singing role much like Tadzio in Death in Venice, here beautifully danced by Reed Luplau.
There we were preparing to put an end to the Jags' long unbeaten home record, when the players got together for their pre-match bosie.
Spoilt, petulant and tempestuous when his wishes were disregarded, Bosie had a love/hate relationship with his father, turning to his mother for comfort, and when Lady Douglas divorced her husband in 1887 on the grounds of adultery, Bosie became protective towards her, often acting like a surrogate husband.
But when he's released from prison and flees to Naples with the odious Bosie, he is broken.
Bosie got it all back with one swing in the bottom of the first.
Much of the action takes place in the Obla office, but there are also scenes in the nearby shops and cafes, as well as plenty of banter with Bosie the taxi driver.
Commenting on this friendship for his 1970 production, Jonathan Miller states that "the relationship between Bassanio and Antonio made me think of the relationship between Oscar Wilde and Bosie where a sad old queen regrets the opportunistic heterosexual love of a person whom he adored" (Miller 107).
A new tea parlor called Bosie is soft opening later this month at 10 Morton Street near Bleecker Street.
The volume contains 50 handwritten pages, including Wilde's earliest surviving letter to his lover Lord Alfred Douglas, whom he called Bosie, which documents the start of his doomed gay relationship with the Magdalen College undergraduate in the early 1890s, reports the Independent.
During the libel case, Queensberry's defense used every facet of Wilde's multiplicity (from writing Dorian Gray and "Paradoxes and Philosophies" to sending love-letters to Bosie, from staying at the Savoy and wearing green velvet breeches to having varied sexual relations, from lunching with counts to supping with clerks) to paint the portrait of the sodomite.
Since much that has shaped the "afterlife" of Wilde emanates from his letter to Bosie, Nicholas Frankel's "The Typewritten Self: Media Technology and Identity in Wilde's De Profundis" (pp.
In the Fiesta Bowl, 70 per cent of bettors are laying their money on Oklahoma covering the spread against Bosie State, while in the Orange Bowl 53 per cent are backing Louisville despite their big 10 point spread against Wake Forest.