from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital and largest city of Idaho, in the southwest part of the state on the Boise River, about 257 km (160 mi) long. The city was founded in 1863 after gold was discovered in the river valley. Population: 199,000.
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- proper n. The capital of the US state of Idaho
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- n. the capital and largest city of Idaho
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BOISE -- A Nampa man has been convited by a federal jury in Boise for interferring with internal revenue laws.
BOISE -- Students at Lowell Scott Middle School in Boise had to spend a little extra time outside in the cold today because of a malfunctioning sprinkler.
BOISE -- Boise Airport officials confirm a flight attendant suffered an injury during turbulence on a Boise bound flight from Reno.
BOISE - Elizabeth S. Rice faces the felony DUI charge after Boise police say she left her running car in the middle of Toni Street while she went into a convenience store at about
BOISE - A Boise police officer tried to pull over a white Ram pickup driving the wrong way down Idaho Street about 9: 30 p.m. Saturday.
BOISE -- Thirteen years in Boise and its still going strong.
BOISE -- There was a startling moment in the sky Wednesday afternoon for people on board a plane flying into Boise.
BOISE -- An Idaho judge has ordered Boise officials to release a videotape showing an amateur hockey team taking part in a "strip hockey" drill during practice at a city-owned arena last fall.
BOISE - A threat of a bomb has been reported at the Ada County Courthouse on Front Street in Boise.
BOISE, Idaho - The Mexican consulate in Idaho has provided services to about 15,000 people in Boise and Montana during its first year of operation, Consul Ricardo Pineda said.
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