bunce


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bunce

(bʌns)
n
a windfall or boom
vb (tr)
to charge (someone) too much money
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Noun1.bunce - a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money); "the demand for testing has created a boom for those unregulated laboratories where boxes of specimen jars are processed like an assembly line"
happening, natural event, occurrence, occurrent - an event that happens
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David Bunce, 62, was sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court on Friday after pleading guilty to two counts of possessing indecent images of children.
Bunce, who lived with his wife, had his computer examined by officers who discovered seven category A films and three category B films.
Bunce's Big Fat Short History of British Boxing By Steve Bunce Sportsbookofthemonth.
A fast start saw the White Rose county hold a 14 shot lead at the halfway stage with three rinks ahead and the rinks of Lewington and Bunce leading the way, atoning for their struggles earlier in the day.
We are very conscious as we move out of Kuwait to other GCC countries to employ as many locals as we can," said Mabanee chief operating officer Steve Bunce.
BEAUTIFUL boffin Emily Bunce proved she has brains as well as looks after she was crowned Miss Coventry and Warwickshire.
OVER DECADES OF REPORTING, MY TOOL-box has evolved: from a pen and notebook to a smartphone, and for the last year, a 75-pound English Labrador retriever named Bunce.
Bunce will be based at Tek Signals' headquarters in Dubai.
and Europe looking to revise the rules governing their leading safety authorities, we are at a unique moment that brings with it opportunities and challenges," Bunce said.
The man barged into the house and approached the stairwell, whereupon Bunce fired at him.
James Bunce, 36, from Largs, was charged with assault along with Thomas McCulloch, 22, from Saltcoats, and Terri Reid, 26, from Ardrossan.