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bole

[bōl]
any of a variety of soft, friable clays of various colors, although usually red from iron oxide. They consist of hydrous silicate of aluminum, are used as pigments, and were once commonly used as absorbents and astringents.

bole

The trunk of a tree, which contrasts to its canopy.
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They use my facility as a place to store equipment, tools and stock," Boles said.
Additionally, Boles said Pacific Casual's business plan obviously does not violate any legal issue commitment to his former company.
In an endnote, Boles writes that Allen's Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality (2014) "has significantly shaped my view of the Declaration," but fails to explain how.
The total volume of trees was obtained from summing bole and branches sections, and crown volume.
An information technology expert with a background in complex security environments, Boles joins Regions after 20 years of service with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where he most recently served as assistant director of International Operations Division based in Washington, D.
The transcript states that Mr Boles replied: "Yes, because, of course, health policy and the management of the NHS in those countries will remain, as part of the devolution settlements, in the control of the Governments of those devolved [Interruption.
For Mr Boles, this requires the development of a professional, technical education system through strong institutions with high expertise.
Mr Boles said: "As a one nation government on the side of working people we are determined that everyone who is entitled to the National Minimum Wage receives it.
GOVERNMENT skills minister Nick Boles has praised the new Birmingham Baccalaureate qualification and Birmingham Youth Promise as means of getting young people into work and training.
Skills and Equalities Minister Nick Boles was introduced to the famous Teesside delicacy when he dropped into Stockton Sixth Form College.
Skills Minister Nick Boles today announced the permanent appointment of Peter Lauener as the Chief Executive of the Skills Funding Agency.