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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 + Wilson's theatre changes, chameleon-like, as you move around it, pass inside and through it, and the experience gets richer as you understand it better.
Release of the file has focused attention once again on the Arizona Project, in which 40 members of Investigative Reporters and Editors from across the country converged on Phoenix to continue Bolles' investigation into corruption in Arizona.
"The [World Wide Web] Home Pages and look-alike cobbling together of press releases can begin to erode people's perception that we are credible sources of information," Bolles said.
Dunlap's lawyers claim that Funk, or people close to Funk, had Bolles killed and then framed their client.
Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the son of Lee and Gertrude Bolles and brother of Pete and Katherine Bolles, Leo grew up in Montesano, Washington.
Unlike Bolles, Bailey was not, as the book puts it, "a white reporter for a major metropolitan paper." He was a "minor journalist ...
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"The most recognized job hunting authority on the planet" (San Francisco Chronicle), Bolles has been featured in BusinessWeek, Fortune, Money, Fast Company, U.S.
In this "hard times" edition of the job-search guide that Richard Bolles has published annually since 1970, he explains that job seekers will have the most success if they undertake a "life-changing job hunt": taking a thorough personal inventory of what one enjoys, brainstorming of job environments where one will use these skills and interests, and planning to contact individuals who can help find jobs that offer opportunities to use these skills and interests.
Max Dunlap, 81, was serving a life sentence for the killing of Don Bolles.
And it's perfect for lesbians who are job seeking with or without a safety net, offering up advice on what to do if the job hunt takes longer than expected (most will take over 27 weeks, author Richard Nelson Bolles says), how to get health insurance when you're on your own, what industries are seeing growth and how you can figure out what you really want to do with your life--no matter what age you are.
SUTTON / HOLLYWOOD, FL Mary Frances Mingolla, born Mary Frances Bolles, passed away in Hollywood, Fla.