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  • Barry Boyce is senior editor of the Shambhala Sun, writes the Mindful Society column in the magazine, and is editor of the forthcoming anthology In the Face of Fear: Buddhist Wisdom for Difficult Times, a Shambhala Sun Book from Shambhala Publications.

    Shambhala SunSpace » Barry Boyce – The Mindful Society Pages

  • David Pepper and Kevin Boyce also received early support from the Cincinnati Enquirer this morning.

    Enquirer Also Backs Pepper, Boyce

  • That doesn’t make any sense, 'said C. Kevin Boyce, an Assistant Professor in Geophysical Sciences at Chicago.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • A new graduate student Kevin Boyce had recently joined the group and the two of us spent a couple of years learning how to make precision measurements on the single ions.

    Eric A. Cornell - Autobiography

  • The prominent crater in the Northern Hemisphere I call Boyce.

    STRANGE NEW WORLDS

  • The prominent crater in the Northern Hemisphere I call Boyce.

    STRANGE NEW WORLDS

  • The word Miss Boyce is fond of is ‘evil’—she says Miss Warburton is being persecuted—her word again—by an evil presence, someone out to torment Amanda in a sadistic way.

    Naked Cruelty

  • FAUST: I'm from the Shenandoah Valley, from outside Winchester, Virginia, a tiny town called Boyce, Virginia.

    Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War

  • She had called Boyce a devil and implied a wish that he were dead.

    The Red Planet

  • Then I begin to hear of a fellow called Boyce of the Rifles doing the most crazy magnificent things.

    The Red Planet

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