American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sexual; reproductive: gonophore.
- Greek, from gonos, seed, procreation; see genə- in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The City's rationale for its position is clear," Tenzor wrote, and called Boggess 'remarks”
“The plan, says Ms. Boggess, is to let the coupons out there "run their course, and then try and do our best to translate the Groupon clients we've gained since last summer into regular clients.”
“Meredith Boggess , co-founder of St. Louis baby-gift company TheInitialBaby.com, ran 14 Groupon promotions between the summer of last year and this March.”
“Ms. Boggess of TheInitialBaby says she and her partners were also caught off guard by the strong response to their first Groupon deal.”
“For instance, Ms. Boggess and her associates have created email lists to target different customer sectors.”
“This lavish one-time staging at the Royal Albert Hall is a live performance starring Ramin karimloo and Sierra Boggess for broadcast around the world. it avoids the sterility of the Joel Schumacher film and adds a little oomph to a show so many people have seen in person already.”
“Boggess who starred in The Little Mermaid doesn't convince as an opera singer.”
“The confusion returns with Sierra Boggess as Sharon Graham, a role knocked out of the park by Audra McDonald in the original production.”
“Boggess and Dillinger were reunited two seasons later, when both toiled in the Texas League.”
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