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(bon-nyā'),
Pierre, French clinician, 1861-1918. See: Bonnier syndrome.
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Professional services company KBR Inc (NYSE:KBR) on Wednesday announced that it has been awarded a LNG FEED contract for the Bonny Island LNG plant at Bonny Island, Nigeria.
More facts have emerged over why there is suspension of sailing activities along the Bonny channel anytime vessels belonging to the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) make use of the channel.
"Anne Bonny: The Infamous Female Pirate" by Phillip Thomas Tucker is the story of the most famous female pirate in history and provides a remarkable personal odyssey from a time when women were almost powerless and at the lowest level of the social order on both sides of the Atlantic.
Bonny Richards, from Pentwyn in Cardiff, was nominated by her friend for the help she gives to her customers.
This is blended in three grades: Bonny Light, 37.6?
LEUVEN, BELGIUM -- Bishop Johan Bonny of Antwerp, Belgium, has called for ecclesiastical recognition of gay relationships, according to an interview published Dec.
Old chum Stan Solomons, who was a journalist with the West Riding News Service, has more to add to the story of Bonny Lee.
Una de las mas famosas mujeres piratas que navegaron por el Caribe lo fue Anne Bonny quien lucho al mando del capitan "Calico Jack" Rackham entre los anos 1718 y 1720.
SCAMPERING around, Bonny the Yorkshire terrier is far from dog tired - even if she is the planet's oldest pooch.
Bonnie, because when she was only seven weeks old she was so cute and bonny.
A pirate's tale with a latter-day twist, this work of historical fiction documents and revives the life of 18th-century legend Anne Bonny, the Caribbean's first female pirate.
(The first book, Hard Cash, received a favorable review in KLIATT in November 2003.) Rich is living rent free in a flat, but he has taken in a roommate, Bonny, who has run away from her Ab Fab mum Tigger, a ditsy alcoholic.