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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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<B Wilfried Bony would appear to be in demand during the January transfer window
When a cartilaginous mass is found at the surface of the bony EAC, just as in our cases, "periosteal" chondroma is considered in the differential diagnosis of CC [3].
Bony became a regular in his first full season and, after failing to score in his opening seven games, he bagged a brace in a 5-1 win against Bournemouth before embarking on a run of eight goals in 14 matches.
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.
"I've spoken a lot about what Bony has brought to the club not just on the pitch but offit as well.
Table I.- The distribution of bony structures according to age groups of S.