Boyden


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Boy·den

(boy'dĕn),
Edward A., U.S. anatomist, 1886-1976. See: Boyden meal, Boyden sphincter.
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I don't need to tell you anything before you tell Boyden, you snitch.
"It's just all so local, utilizing a couple of local businesses, and it kept the lumber right were it was," Boyden said.
"This illustrates just how dangerous any fashion that involves dogs is," the Daily Mail quoted Boyden as saying.
"In the short term, there's a lot of fundamental questions you can answer about how cells interact with each other and respond to environmental cues," Boyden says.
Boyden Gray, the United States' Ambassador to the EU, indicated that the launch of such an initiative would not be sufficient to rapidly resolve the numerous regulatory differences obstructing transatlantic trade.
Boyden works with a one-on-one lesson plan coach and a cohort of teachers from across the country using video-chat programs that help them connect in real time.
Boyden Gray and special assistant Nicholas Rostow to evade the questioning of Gonzalez.
Boyden Gray (a trustee of the Reason Foundation, publisher of this magazine) and Alan Charles Raul wrote a brief in American Trucking on behalf of House Commerce Committee Chairman Tom Bliley (R-Va.).
Boyden, Jonathan Brown, Antonio Feros, Linda Levy Peck, and Orest Ranum) and one Australian (Paul Hammer, a senior lecturer in History at the University of New England).
DCI Jack Meadows (Simon Rouse) won't take Boyden's word that he did read him his rights correctly, and demands confirmation from his colleague at the raid - Hagen.