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a long thin fluffy scarf of feathers or fur

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Ned Newton fired two more electric bullets into the still writhing body of the boa.
It was the big boa that whipped itself around you, as you leaned over," explained Tom, as Ned came up to announce that the snake was no longer dangerous.
said Leonard, greeting that apparition with much spirit, and helping it off with its boa.
Gaynor Cheshire, principal at BOA, said: "Whether it's younger children who could become BOA students of the future, or teenagers who haven't had the opportunity to attend a specialist performing arts school, we're delighted to be able to offer them the chance to experience our teaching first hand.
The vessel with main dimensions of 108 x 24 m (354 x 79 ft) is designed by NorYards in cooperation with BOA Offshore.
Marking its Middle East debut and first venture outside of the US, Boa Steakhouse has a wide selection of steaks and chops, including prime USDA-dry aged Angus beef such as the 40 day dry aged New York strip and the bone in-rib eye, as well as premium Australian blackmore wagyu and master kobe beef, all served with a choice of rubs and house made sauces, including Boa's own J-1 sauce.
SpotOption is proud to announce the launch of BOA Elite, the perfect solution in binary options affiliate programs.
In view of potential constraints arising from difficulties in the Euro zone and specifically Italian capital markets on the capacity of the parent Intesa Sanpaolo Group (ISP) to provide liquidity and equity support to BoA if needed, the Support Level is lowered to '3' (from '2').
Lois with Puerto Rican wrestler''s Jaime Espinal silver medal, Oscar Pistorius (middle) and with bronze medallist Javier Culson Moynihan, who has helped steer Team GB to 29 golds and third place in the medal table at the London 2012 Olympics, has written to the the BOA executive board, the National Olympic Committee and the BOA advisory board to confirm his decision.
Agent Jonathan Marks said: "He's incredibly disappointed and surprised as to why the BOA has chosen to do this.
Currently, 120 communities across New York are engaged in various stages of the BOA program, developing revitalization strategies, under the guidance of the New York Department of State.
Howman said the BOA had a deadline of May 18 to change their bylaw or face being reported to the International Olympic Committee for remaining "non-compliant" with the world anti-doping code.
If the BOA are defeated it means that cyclist David Millar and sprinter Dwain Chambers, who have previously served bans for drugs, will be able to be part of Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics.
The dispute has led to criticism of the BOA, with former sports minister Richard Caborn saying their attempt to squeeze more cash out of their deal agreed with London 2012 back in 2005 was "unhelpful" and "embarrassing".
With 11 commercial banks, six financial companies, one brokerage firm and one real estate bank, the BOA group is present in 11 African countries including Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda,