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- n. Plural form of bosh.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The lower part of a blast-furnace, extending from the widest part to the top of the hearth.
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In return I can only suggest that consumers start to drop buying products of firms which are related to the Pentagram or boshes fascist regime.
His head is brown from being stuck in boshes rectum.
Not being found sufficiently powerful to keep two furnaces in operation, each being 45 feet high, 9.5 feet diameter at the top, 14 feet across at the boshes, and 5 feet diameter at the hearth, another steam-engine of 80 horse power was erected in 1849; but owing to a depression in the iron trade, and other causes, the two furnaces were not then worked together.
Bresnan boshes Smith's second ball straight down the ground for a one-bounce boundary, then does it again off the last.
Joey Barton lumps one into the box, Carroll rises like a ponytailed salmon who likes a night out on the town, boshes the keeper Fabianski and bazinga
It was about forty feet high, three feet across the tunnel head and ten feet across the boshes, with two engines, and furnished with hot-air pipes, though only cold-blast was used.