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  • Anne Bonny is one of the most famous pirates to have never commanded a ship.

    Five Real-Life Pirates | myFiveBest

  • Titled Funtime Comedown, Billy has adopted the name Bonny Billy and the Picket Line for him and his band.

    ! Exclaim.ca - News

  • Interesting about Naked Jen’s history in Bonny Doon: that’s where I had my best school-teaching experience ever, 28 years ago.

    Scripting News for 11/8/07 « Scripting News Annex

  • GOLDSTEIN: Yes, I do, because Margerry tells me and I seem to recall Bonny telling me ...

    CNN Transcript May 1, 2002

  • James Stewart of Doune (‘Down,’ 6.2), Earl of Murray by his marriage with the heiress of the Regent Murray, ‘was a comely personage, of a great stature, and strong of body like a kemp,’ whence he was generally known as the Bonny Earl of Murray.

    Ballads of Mystery and Miracle and Fyttes of Mirth Popular Ballads of the Olden Times - Second Series

  • The Palonia was off the southeastern Nigerian city of Bonny, which is located in the oil-rich Niger Delta region where militant groups have often captured westerners, either for ransom or to highlight their claims that the area receives little back for its riches.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The Palonia was off the southeastern Nigerian city of Bonny, which is located in the oil-rich Niger Delta region where militant groups have often captured westerners, either for ransom or to highlight their claims that the area receives little back for its riches.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • This lack of discrimination with reference to Easterners was also evident in the behavior of federal soldiers in occupied minority areas such as Bonny, and in the bombing of such areas.

    An Exchange on Biafra

  • "Bonny" Maupin ( "Bonny Moppin," it went in the vernacular) would talk every other man to sleep, full or empty, with songs thrown in.

    The Desert and the Sown

  • Their military champions were: the great Emperor of the French ( "Bonny" as they familiarly called him).

    The Shellback's Progress In the Nineteenth Century

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