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bossy

1. in dog conformation, used to describe overdevelopment of the shoulder muscles.
2. vernacular pet name for a cow.
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The credit union's name and logo likely cause confusion for customers in Louisiana and Mississippi -- particularly in Bossier and Caddo parishes, it claimed.
The Bossier City Police were very thorough in their selection process.
The Song dynasty thinkers associated with Neo-Confucian "Learning of the Way" have been roundly criticized for advocating widow-suicide in the face of pressure to remarry; Bossier makes clear that Song dynasty "Learning of the Way" scholars were most interested in holding principled women up as exemplars for men than they were in criticizing remarriage as such.
They are a team of experienced and skilled real estate agents specializing in Residential properties located in the Bossier City, Shreveport and surrounding areas.
Concurrently with the closing of the project financing, Bossier Casino Venture LLC exercised its option with Isle of Capri Casinos Inc, and acquired Grand Palais Riverboat Inc, including the gaming license held by that entity.
The Bossier City office is located approximately 2.
Home Federal Bancorp Inc of Louisiana (OTCBB: HFBL), the holding company of Home Federal Bank, has opened a new branch location in Bossier city, the fourth full-service location in northwest Louisiana.
It turned out that Bossier didn't pay all of its subcontractors and suppliers and defaulted on its obligations to complete the projects, the lawsuit said.
The Wildman Trust #5 well has intersected in one lower Bossier zone at a restricted gross sales rate of around 15 MMcfd with over 12,000 psi of flowing casing pressure.
Locally grown Black (Ex Songea) and Bossier soybeans, Glycine max (L.
The new JPS Equipment rental center has opened at 4912 Industrial Drive Extension in Bossier City, LA.
For his description of the situation of the commedia dell'arte in the second half of the sixteenth century, Philiep Bossier summarizes a large current body of research on the commedia, particularly that produced at the Universities of Florence and Rome.