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Synonyms for bony

Synonyms for bony

Synonyms for bony

very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold

composed of or containing bone

having bones especially many or prominent bones



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But manager Carvalhal has ruled out the chances of Bony or Ki featuring against Spurs, and will wait on the fitness of Tammy Abraham who has been struggling with a stomach bug.
Bony became a regular in his first full season and, after failing to score in his opening seven games, he bagged a brace in a 5-1 win against Bournemouth before embarking on a run of eight goals in 14 matches.
But new boss Koeman likes Bony, who is surplus to requirements at the Etihad, and is keen to take the Ivory Coast forward to ease Everton's attacking worries.
Aguero looked lively, bursting into the area only to be denied by a fine tackle from former team-mate Joleon Lescott and then testing Guzan after linking well with Bony.
Despite having limited opportunities in the north-west, Bony has still managed eight goals in 23 appearances this season.
Bony, signed from Swansea 11 months ago, replaced him but failed to add to his nine goals in 31 appearances for City.
And Bony is the only available striker, with Sergio Aguero injured and Kelechi Iheanacho not eligible for the Champions League squad.
I've spoken a lot about what Bony has brought to the club not just on the pitch but offit as well.
The distribution of bony structures according to age groups of S.
Bony headed in Wayne Routledge's neat cross and then scored his second after strike partner and fellow goalscorer Michu's shot came back off a post.
Michu opened the scoring in the 37th minute before record signing Bony grabbed a quickfire second-half double and fellow new recruit Alejandro Pozuelo rounded things off.
Bony has penned a four-year deal at the Liberty Stadium, joining the League Cup winners for [pounds sterling]12m to become Michael Laudrup's seventh signing of the summer transfer window.
New research on Acanthodes bronni, a fish from the Paleozoic era, sheds light on the evolution of the earliest jawed vertebrates and offers a new glimpse of the last common ancestor before the split between the earliest sharks and the first bony fishes - the lineage that would eventually include human beings.