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  • n. Plural form of boast.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of boast.


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  • New York boasts -- yes, literally _boasts_ -- the biggest, noisiest, and poorest orchestra in the country.

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  • Gay's the Word66 Marchmont Street, London WC1N 1AB, 020-7278 7654Founded in 1979, Gay's the Word boasts one of the best collections of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and "questioning" literature in the world and sells a range of books from prize-winning literary fiction to crime, romance and erotic stories.

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  • Catalogues sometimes announce that a garment is yarn dyed; or occasionally a tag boasts of “only pure natural dyes”—a probable contradiction in terms, according to one expert in textile dyes.


  • Additionally, the title boasts a sequence that seems to have been inspired by the real-life


  • The title boasts impressive, full 3D graphics as well as a nice dose of humour.

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  • The label boasts it's sugar-free because, of course, good sex should not lead to tooth decay and weight-gain.

  • And the title boasts a cinematic presentation complemented by amazing art and an ambient soundtrack.

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  • Even the title boasts an air of familiarity, one that translates to the sound of the songs themselves.

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  • The title boasts two expansive single player modes.

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  • The title boasts more sea life than ever before and it comes to life through better models, more fluid animation, a heightened level of interactivity and some improved lighting and shadow effects.

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