bull bay


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Noun1.bull bay - evergreen tree of southern United States having large stiff glossy leaves and huge white sweet-smelling flowersbull bay - evergreen tree of southern United States having large stiff glossy leaves and huge white sweet-smelling flowers
magnolia - any shrub or tree of the genus Magnolia; valued for their longevity and exquisite fragrant blooms
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Thanks to all who have helped pages over the one and all - Despite having six players from the host club in their side for the match against Denbighshire at Bull Bay, Anglesey couldn't quite pull off a win, going down 6'-5' to the title runners-up.
Bull Bay is a large, shallow Southwest Florida backwater which boasts a tremendous diversity of habitat.
An RAF helicopter was called to rescue the 52-year-old at 6pm on Saturday after he spent the day diving a mile from Bull Bay, Anglesey, north Wales.
The Newport pro is targeting success in his last appearance in the U30s event at Anglesey's testing Bull Bay links on April 22-23.
He finished 10 shots behind the runaway winner, Manchester's Steve Parry, after a second and final round played in gale-force winds and lashing rain at Bull Bay, Anglesey.
The Coastguard on Anglesey were still trying to retrieve the body from the Bull Bay area last night.
Jones, 36, a bachelor, of Bull Bay, near Amlwch, north Wales, admitted two rapes, two attempted rapes and four indecent assaults.
The mainstay of the magnolias here in the Sun Belt is the southern magnolia or bull bay, Magnolia grandiflora.
It returns to Bull Bay from April 22-23, the scene of Steve Parry's victory.
Boats are launched from Bull Bay at 10am on all three days.
A Coastguard spokesman said a rowing boat from a club based at Bull Bay were struggling with the increasing wind and were unable to make it back to shore.
Bull Bay pair Carter and Glyn Parry stemmed the tide for Anglesey in the last two games.