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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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"It was a bit of an emotional time for some people who hadn't been up Bennachie for many years, so it was a nice achievement for them and there were plenty of bosies between all of us as well," she added.
Maggie Lenahan co-founded Bosies after her sister was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer.
Bosies Breast Cancer Charity were forced to install a PS3000 CCTV system in the hope of deterring the crooks.
Western medicine acknowledges the relevance of our bosies cells and just how they operate as in their strength and vibrational properties.
Western medicine identifies the significance of our bosies cells and just how they work as in their stamina and vibrational properties.
These bosies have averred that Pakistan being an energy deficient country, therefore, need to encourage investment in this sector at least for some years without creating an invidious distinction between sectors.