Definition of bole
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Boles said Savage has not been involved with a renovation of a sports arena.
Boles tries to sneak away for 15 minutes each practice session, find a spot in the stands and just be a fan.
Boles, a professor of history at Rice University, has spent many years studying Jefferson's native American South in all its mysteries, contradictions, follies and outrages, as well as its unique contributions to the national culture and literature.
The Dragons held an 18-9 halftime lead before Boles powered the charge back after the intermission.
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Origin and Etymology of bole
Middle English, from Old Norse bolr
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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