boldin

bol·din

(bol'din),
A glycoside from boldus; a cholagogue and diuretic.
Synonym(s): boldoglucin
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-James Boldin, University of Louisiana at Monroe (JB)
Bills release WR Boldin from retired list While the Buffalo Bills added several key players with the start of the league year Wednesday, they also snuck in a notable subtraction.
From Derrick Mason to Anquan Boldin to Mike Wallace, the Ravens hit on vet wideouts as frequently as they whiff on premium-round skill guys.
Former NFL player Anquan Boldin retorted President Donald Trump's statements saying that player's protests have nothing to do with "disrespecting this country."
For CBS Films' "Hell or High Water," Albuquerque-based casting director Jo Edna Boldin, working with L.A.-based Richard Hicks, needed to fill the David Mackenzie-directed film with multiple characters.
The fourth paper, by Michael Boldin and Jonathan Wright, fits firmly into Brookings Papers' long-standing concern with the nitty-gritty of macroeconomic data.
San Francisco, Crabtree 4-41, Miller 3-17, Boldin 2-81, Gore 2-5, Patton 1-35, Lloyd 1-14, V.Davis 1-9, Alf.Smith 1-2.
S.F., Hyde 3-38, S.Johnson 3-28, Boldin 3-18, Crabtree 3-10, V.Davis 2-13, Gore 1-8, Lloyd 1-6.
A total of 25 points are awarded for each touchdown scored by the pair as well as receiving duo Jordy Nelson and Anquan Boldin, who claimed a Super Bowl ring with Baltimore last season.
Pass-master Kaepernick has an innate ability to find wide receiver Anquan Boldin and tight end Vernon Davis with his missiles and this makes coach Jim Harbaugh's outfit huge favourites.
The Ravens opened the scoring in Super Bowl XLVII after QB Joe Flacco connected with receiver Anquan Boldin on a 13-yard TD pass.
The Ravens have always had a fierce defense, but they are now just as dangerous on the other side of the ball thanks to ever-improving quarterback Joe Flacco, Pro Bowl running-back Ray Rice and the acquisition of receiver Anquan Boldin from the Cardinals.