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bony

(bo´ne)
1. pertaining to, characterized by, resembling, or consisting of bone.
2. having an internal skeleton made of bones.
3. having prominent bones or being lean or scrawny.

bony

adjective Consisting of bone/bones; full of bones; pertaining to bones.

bony

adjective Consisting of bone/bones; full of bones; pertaining to bones

bony

(bo'ne)
Resembling or of the nature of bone. Synonym: osseous
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After the nuptials, Boney had left for Mumbai while Sridevi stayed back in the hotel.
Boney has recounted the "detailed account of what exactly transpired on the fateful evening of February 24" to his friend of 30 years, trade analyst Komal Nahta, who has reproduced the conversation in a blog shared on his official Twitter page.
Ray McRobbie, Director of Entertainment, Radisson Blu Hotel Doha, told Community, "Radisson Blu Hotel are pleased to announce that Boney M will be performing at Qube Nightclub on Thursday with original member Sheyla Bonnick.
Set to be the best affair in town with fine dining options and a chance to groove to the music of Boney M, this event is one for the diary.
Some people might raise their eyebrows at Boney working for both Ryan Moore and myself given that there's always a chance we could end up among those fighting for the jockeys' title.
But it wasn't until German singer/songwriter Frank Farian recruited him for his new Boney M group that he got his big break.
The original Boney M, who were based in Germany, disbanded in 1986 after scoring Europe-wide hits with Daddy Cool and By The Rivers Of Babylon.
Fearing objections from the stars, Boney has not informed them about the new tagline.
So Boney made an announcement of his own: "I said this is not a legally closed meeting -- and I was not leaving.
Boney said: "All I did then was sit in coffee shops all day, drinking coffee and shouting `Vote for me' occasionally.
Although lots of men have started knitting since Rosie Greer made it politically correct a few years ago, Mariye says she hasn't been able to teach her husband, jazz saxophonist Boney James, the fine art of knitting.
jazz artists carried three of the five listings, including "Just Chillin'" by Norman Brown, "Ride" by Boney James and "The Christmas Message" by Kirk Whalum.