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Bos·ton's sign

(bô′stənz)
n.
An indication of Graves' disease in which the lowering of the upper eyelid is jerky during the downward rotation of the eye.
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Boston signed free agent guard Brad Wanamaker earlier this week.
On June 30, 2017, a Class B 50kw AM facility in Boston signed off the air, concluding a life that began Oct.
A pioneer among black players, Boston signed for the club in 1953 and also played for Blackpool and Great Britain.
Boston signed Mujica to a two-year contract as a free agent last winter with the idea that he might be a good backup closer to Uehara, a complementary addition to the Red Sox bullpen.
Boston Legal's Julie Bowen and George Lopez's Constance Marie from Boston signed up to be house leaders and built homes destined for the Gulf Coast.
He was so effective, Francona found himself calling his number more than he ever envisioned when Boston signed him as a flee agent November 30, 2006 for the bargain price of $2.5 million over two years.
Raised in Butetown, Boston signed for Wigan Rugby League Club in 1953 at the age of 19 and burst on to the scene with an impact never achieved by any other player to make the transfer from the union code.
"Of course, we wish we'd had everyone in Boston signed up by now," Kratz says.
After he saw a movie about mountain climbers in 1992, Boston signed up for a rock climbing class.
Metropolitan Life Insurance (the building owners) expanded by taking 91,500 square feet, and Credit Suisse First Boston signed a 20-year expansion deal for 78,917 square feet.
Boston signed the 31-year-old Sizemore in January, hoping he could still make an impact.

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