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bole

[bōl]
any of a variety of soft, friable clays of various colors, although usually red from iron oxide. They consist of hydrous silicate of aluminum, are used as pigments, and were once commonly used as absorbents and astringents.

bole

The trunk of a tree, which contrasts to its canopy.
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Table II presents results from models adjusted for volume, total biomass and bole variables, and their respective precision measurement.
On top of that, Mr Bole will also receive a one-off award to compensate for remuneration which he may forfeit in 2015/16 as a result of leaving Tesco Bank, up to a maximum of PS749,000.
As well as restoring the bee bole wall, the Trust has carried out improvement work on an ornamental lake also created by Charles Williams.
1990) developed the centroid method, a variant of importance sampling, where h is selected with half of the estimated merchantable bole volume below and half above that point.
When the new terminal is finally commissioned, Addis Ababa's Bole airport will be virtually unrecognisable from the cramped, out-dated structure of old.
Our current knowledge of nutrient mineralization and immobilization processes in CWD of forests primarily comes from chronosequences of fallen tree bole (hereafter referred to as simply "bole") decomposition.
Colin Bole Named SVP, Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa
This project would likely address the power demand of the industrial parks, condominium houses, real estates and other new demands around Koye-Abo, Koye-Fiche, Qilinto and Bole Lemi areas of Addis Ababa, she added.
Mr Bole, formerly of BrocKholes, who died in February 2012 at the age of 95, was highly respected by swimmers of every calibre and every age.
STAFF on a National Trust estate are abuzz after discovering the biggest bee bole wall in Britain.
It's believed the Bengali actress, who has Yash Raj Films's Dil Bole Hadippa under her belt, is off for a vacation to prepare herself for the onslaught of media interviews to promote her film.
But Chief Judge Susan Clancy Boles said reinstating the program without reliable funding would be just as disruptive as not having monitoring at all.