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BOB

The ISO 4217 currency code for Bolivian Boliviano.

Bob

ISO 4217 code for the second Bolivian boliviano. It was introduced in 1987, replacing the peso boliviano at a ratio of 1 million pesos to one boliviano. It is a floating currency.
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"Bobbing for apples is an energizer that loosens people up.
What happened to a good old Scottish Hallowe'en, with bobbing for apples and turning up at peoples' doors to say ``the sky is blue the grass is green, gawn geez ma Halloween''?
Apples are another big seller at Hallowe'en, used in the popular game of bobbing for apples.
There's a childrens Halloween party with spooky entertainment, prizes for best fancy dress, bobbing for apples, disco dancing and competitions.
Dressing as witches on Hallowe'en and bobbing for apples is no more likely to corrupt children into taking up Satanism than having a go on the church tombola will turn them into inveterate gamblers.
Bobbing for apples just got a bit creepier with(http://www.marthastewart.com/317697/shrunken-heads-in-cider) these shrunken heads .
What was once a fairly subdued celebration - with the quaint game of bobbing for apples the highlight - is now a PS330m business, worth an astonishing PS4.3bn in the US.
The day included children's games, an estate tug of war, a treasure hunt, bobbing for apples, a magician and much more.
FRUITY FUN A longest peel competition and bobbing for apples are among the many activities at Alnwick Farmers' Market Apple Day.
Lots of treats, more than a few tricks and a whole lot more fun than bobbing for apples. Visit http://rockandshock.com for price and schedule information.
Bobbing for apples was a way of communicating with the other side.
Apple festival, 100 varieties to taste, apple tree sales, identification, bobbing for apples, children's games and activities, Highfield Garden Centre, Whitminster, Glos (M5 Junction 13), Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 10,30am-4,30pm).