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  • BOL: Growing up with these other Sudanese boys on the road, friends who are now men, all of them forced to fend for themselves without parents, or adult guidance, has made Bol determined to guide and support his younger brothers, who he only met in 2002.

    CNN Transcript Aug 1, 2009

  • Last week, when designer Rhiannon Jones sent out models in her label Bol$hie worn by

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Learning that I was no Manute Bol is the reason that now I can answer 80% of the questions in the geography category in Genus I of Trivial Pursuit.

    In which I realize I’ll never use “shall” as an Englishman would « Motivated Grammar

  • First there is the reversal of language in Bolívar's answer.

    London-Kingston-Caracas: The Transatlantic

  • The idea, loosely, is to repli­cate those dance scenes in Bol­ly­wood films.

    Bollywood Berkeley « Snarkmarket

  • Charleston the next week; witdrew from another tournament in Bol, Croatia with a right-ankle injury; also missed the Paris Indoors in February with severe pain and inflammation in her neck; was a quarterfinalist at the

    USATODAY.com - Women's seeds

  • Has put together a solid clay-court season, reaching the finals in Bol, Croatia, and Rome and going 10-3 overall on the dirt; defeated Martina Hingis and

    2000 French Open - Women's seeds

  • Lynch explains each step of the way, how one thing gave way to another, how the circumstances weighed in Bolívar’s consideration, what he was after, why his heroic marches and endless campaigns were undertaken.

    Simón Bolívar: A Life, by John Lynch « Unknowing

  • The guys’ dances were a par­tic­u­lar rev­e­la­tion: Some­how in Bol­ly­wood they’ve devel­oped a lan­guage of motion that is totally mas­cu­line — macho, even — with­out being sub­dued.

    Bollywood Berkeley « Snarkmarket

  • Córdova finally raised the flag of insurrection, based on the Constitution of Cúcuta, calling Bolívar the tyrant of the country.

    Simon Bolivar, the Liberator

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