American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Boas, Franz 1858-1942. German-born American anthropologist who emphasized the systematic analysis of culture and language structures.
“St? del Museum, Frankfurt am Main "Boas Assumes the Legacy of Elimelech" (circa 1651 – 53) by Jan Victors.”
“All center on charismatic Jewish leaders—people such as Boas, Trotsky and Freud— who are revered as messianic, god-like figures.”
“A huge policeman called Boas started assaulting me.”
“Zora Neale Hurston, part of the Harlem Renaissance movement, conducted some ethnographic research for the anthropologist Frank Boas at Columbia University.”
“Before I met Helena Boas, co-founder of Bodas, I didn't know that the reason thongs are uncomfortable is that people buy them too small (buy one size larger than you are), or that nude or dusky-pink bras look better under white shirts than the obvious white, or that one's bra straps must fit snugly without pinching (and no slinging it on the last hook for comfort's sake).”
“After casting his ballot for Serra, retiree Clovis Vilas-Boas said the current government has shown a failure of ethics.”
“Welcome to the central hub for filmmaker Mike Boas!”
“NOTLD: R Here he comes now from Mike Boas on Vimeo.”
“The impact of climate on Inuit has been a dominant, if not the predominant, theme in Eskimo anthropology since Franz Boas  undertook research on Baffin Island.”
“Boas, H. Bewust-joodse Nederlandse vrouwen: veertien portretten.”
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