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bony

(bo´ne)
1. pertaining to, characterized by, resembling, or consisting of bone.
2. having an internal skeleton made of bones.
3. having prominent bones or being lean or scrawny.

bony

adjective Consisting of bone/bones; full of bones; pertaining to bones.

bony

adjective Consisting of bone/bones; full of bones; pertaining to bones

bony

(bo'ne)
Resembling or of the nature of bone. Synonym: osseous
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So, I don't believe Bony will be able to play against Tottenham," he said.
And Bony reckons they are showing signs they have what it takes to stay up, even though they are just a point off the bottom of the Premier League.
The blades, called gnathal plates, looked so peculiar that most scientists thought that the three-part jaw originated in an early bony fish and that placoderms were just a side branch in the vertebrate family tree.
THE MOVE TO STOKE THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN A FRESH START It's still early days in his Stoke career, but Bony has endured an incredibly difficult start to life with the Potters.
But he will try to get the best deal possible for the Toffees, with former Swansea star Bony an option that appeals to him.
Aside from that Bony had a tortuous time, failing to make clean contact in front of goal from a Gael Clichy cross and then putting a header wide.
But Ivory Coast marksman Bony gave a contrasting view of the defeat.
I'm getting a good run in the team now, it's going okay," said Bony, who actually has a respectable return of three goals in eight starts this season.
Bony (below) has scored four goals in 11 league games this season, helping lift Swansea to fifth in the table ahead of their trip to Manchester City on Saturday.
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I feel good, but the most important thing was to win this game and not concede a goal," said Bony.
Bony, signed from Vitesse Arnhem for PS12m, claimed his first goal in a Swansea shirt by glancing a 55th-minute header into the far corner from a Wayne Routledge cross.