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Boll

An obsolete Scottish unit of dry volume. For beans, grass seed, peas, rye, salt, and wheat, one boll was approximately equivalent to 145.145 liters. For barley, malt, and oats, however, it was approximately equivalent to 211.664 liters.
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Bolles was a voracious reader and lifetime learner; he traveled nationally and internationally seeking out physicians and researchers with unique knowledge in the field of holistic medicine.
Bolles, which appeared in THE BLACK COLLEGIAN First Semester 2009 Super Issue.
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Albert Sitter -- an Arizona Republic investigative reporter whose work was so hard-hitting colleagues at first feared he, not Don Bolles, was the was victim of assassination - died Sunday at age 85.
The classic career guide by creative and insightful workplace futurist Dick Bolles is updated with new material reflecting trends in technology, demographics, and the economy.
University of Oregon graduate students Gina Bolles and Carrie Goodnight have collaborated on an evening of new dances to be premiered this weekend.
Harvey Birsner, Margaret Rapaport, Helen Elizabeth Bolles, Robin Austin-Olsen and Jenni Stanford; step-children Doug Wilson, Mark Wilson and Barbara Wilson; and six grandchildren.