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bolo

Regional slang for crack cocaine, which derives from the Spanish bolo for bolus, or colloquially, a rock of crack.
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Now's the time for Boro to offer him a two or three-year contract and for Bolo to commit himself to the club.
Wayne Rooney's fiancee, Coleen McLoughlin, was among a throng of celebrities to attend, including Love Island star Liz McClarnon and new Liverpool signing Bolo Zenden.
So when Bolo rang me to ask if he could come over and train with us, I said 'why not'.
Boro chief executive Keith Lamb said: "Naturally, we are very disappointed that Bolo has chosen to move on after two very successful seasons with us.
He declared: ``We play an attacking team and have Bolo in there with a license to get forward because with Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Mark Viduka, they occupy defenders and leave space for other people.
And he knows that emotions run high in the competition that saw him and his Bolton team-mates beaten 2-1 by Middlesbrough by a controversial penalty from Bolo Zenden at the Millennium Stadium in the 2004 final.
Jose Reina and Momo Sissoko should be fine, we know what Bolo Zenden about.
Neighbours Newcastle United have emerged as the biggest threat to Boro losing Bolo Zenden.
Boro were in talks with Bolo Zenden's father and agent Pierre yesterday in an attempt to persuade another Dutchman that his future lies on Teesside, while they have high hopes of luring back former loan signing Geremi.
People seem to be adopting cava as a casual drink," says Adam Rieger, wine director for Bar Americain and beverage consultant for Bolo, both New York restaurants.
A Bolo commander's guilt over her survival and a Bolo who had belonged to another must serve together again in a war against the final enclave of humanity--and they must learn to heal and share, if they are to win.
The author is a retired Air Force colonel whose operational experience includes 180 missions in Vietnam as an F-4 Phantom pilot and as an exchange aviator flying the A-7E Corsair with VA-146, as well as a MiG-21 kill in January 1967 as part of the famous Operation Bolo.