Recent Examples of boll from the Web
There could also be problems for cotton growers if heavy rains fall on the plants as the bolls are starting to open, said Don Keeney, a meteorologist at MDA Weather Services in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
At the Daughters’ memorial building, a design adorns the massive bronze doors — a cotton boll.
An inspector will be sent out to place a boll weevil trap in my yard.
But the boll weevil’s story was different in Enterprise.
A particular synthetic blend was developed specifically for the boll weevil.
WRECKING BOLL The playoffs for winger Jared Boll have mirrored his regular season – a lot of game nights the warm-up before the game is the extent of his action.
Made of Argentinium silver by Birmingham jewelry designer Sarah Morgan, these charms come in a variety of options that celebrate our state, including the Alabama flag, a cotton boll, an eagle head, USS Alabama, The Vulcan and more.
Rather, the story goes, African-Americans left in 1912 because of the boll weevil or, if there was violence, the Klan.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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