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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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The 19th-century bee hives forming a wall at the National Trust's Dolmelynllyn Estate, at Ganllwyd near Dolgellau, were officially recorded 10 years ago as having 38 boles - the alcoves where the bees were Kept in basKets.
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That makes it nearly 10 times bigger than the average bee bole wall in Wales - and officially the biggest in the UK.
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Lu Bole commended Morgan for attending the group's meetings, and she said the ranger cared about saving more than trees and homes.