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wishbone

see furcula.
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Before opening the Wishbone, George worked as a concrete foreman at Elmendorf and Fort Richardson, as well as on the Ship Creek Dam.
Developed by Y&R under the theme "Wish Big," Sears gave away more than 1,000,000 infringing plastic wishbones with a discount coupon, and more than 39,000,000 images of the copyrighted work were distributed on the front cover of newspaper circulars promoting the campaign.
The line-up remains faithful to the original Wishbone Ash mould and delivers a show which focuses on material from the classic eras of Wishbone Ash, featuring stage favourites mixed with classic album tracks.
If you have only heard Wishbone Ash recorded, see them live.
Wishbone was put down after breaking a shoulder while Robson was taken to hospital for Xrays on a shoulder but has not broken any bones.
We were intrigued by everything he had to say about the two biggest influences in his life (Bud Wilkinson and General Bob Neyland), how he arrived at his flip-flop offense, what turned him to the Wishbone T, how he won "The Game of the Century" (a 15-14 win over Arkansas) with two brilliant calls, and lots more.
Project Wishbone will rapidly build on this success.
Wishbone Site Furnishings is a Canadian manufacturer of municipal grade park furnishings made from recycled plastics and metals.
Wishbone Ash was formed by West Country musicians Martin Turner and Steve Upton, who arrived in London in 1969 to embark on their musical journey.
LEGENDARY rockers WISHBONE ASH are back on Teesside tonight - due to public demand.
That's not the case with the 'legendary' Wishbone Ash.
Four-year-old William Dewell came up with the winning name The Wishbone - and his pals gleefully clambered aboard to christen it.