from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Bonney, William H. Known as Bil·ly the Kid (bĭlˈē) 1859-1881. American outlaw who murdered 21 men and was shot dead by Sheriff Pat Garrett (1850-1908).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See bonny.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. United States outlaw who was said to have killed 21 men (1859-1881)
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After much trouble and delay, Stuart, by working to the eastward, at last got forward again, and on the 1st of June found a large creek, the best he had yet seen, which he called the Bonney, and on the second of the month reached the range christened by him the Murchison Range.
You might have missed this, but Pastor Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries in Bonney Lake, Washington thinks he knows when Jesus is probably coming back.
Cherie in Bonney Lake, WAMany genealogists refuse to respond to unsolicited requests for information.
The ever-prolific Spitta enlists Bonney and half of The Cool Kids for this super-funky, Michael Jordan-dissing new track.
Elsewhere, bassist Mick Coady's quartet (Wednesday) features saxophonist Michael Buckley and postbop pianist Ivo Neame, while the Fringe Magnetic is augmented by vibraphonist Jim Hart and trumpeter Alex Bonney (Thursday).
One of the more compelling sites is Lake Bonney in Antarctica, which has a deep covering of ice over liquid water known to support microbial slimes and life.
When not caving, Stone runs Stone Aerospace outside Austin, where the Lake Bonney robot was conceived and assembled.
It was frigid and windy when the team arrived at their site, nearby Lake Bonney, and set up camp.
One of them, Lake Bonney in West Antarctica, has already been explored and mapped by a NASA-sponsored mission headed by Peter Doran of the University of Illinois in Chicago and underwater-robot maker Bill Stone, one of the breed of out-of-the-box engineers drawn to the same challenges and questions as Christner and other scientists.
It will get much busier in the next month, Bonney said.