Boss (born Lichelle Laws, 1969, Detroit, Michigan, United States) is an American Midwest female gangsta rapper who enjoyed brief popularity in 1993 with her debut album Born Gangstaz. Her name is sometimes spelled Bo$$. Laws relocated to Los Angeles after graduating high school. Laws was spotted by DJ Quik who stuck her on a track
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Boss is a fictional character created by Go Nagai. Boss and his gang were the comic relief characters in the anime Mazinger Z and Great Mazinger. Boss began as a bully and Kabuto Kouji`s rival at school, but quickly became an ally, often scouting for Mazinger Z on his motorcycle, or getting into some sort of slapstick mischief. T
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Boss (బాస్) is a 2006 Telugu film directed by V.N. Aditya. It stars Akkineni Nagarjuna, Nayantara, Poonam Bajwa, and Shriya Saran. The film`s score and soundtrack will be composed by Kalyani Malik and Harry Anand. Cinematography for the movie is handled by Siva Kumar while editing is being handled by Marthand K. Venkates
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Boss were a hard rock/heavy metal band from Sydney, Australia. ==History== Craig Csongrady (vocals) originally formed Boss in Adelaide, Australia, during 1979. Kevin Pratt (guitar) and Csongrady moved to Sydney in 1980, where Dapto, Wollongong guitarist Peter Sutcliffe was added to the line-up. Boss commenced a heavy sched
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Type: Term Pronunciation: bos Definitions: 1. A protuberance; a circumscribed rounded swelling. 2. The prominence of a kyphosis.
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In architecture, a boss is a knob or protrusion of stone or wood. Bosses can often be found in the ceilings of buildings, particularly at the intersection of a vault. In Gothic architecture, such roof bosses (or ceiling bosses) are often intricately carved with foliage, heraldic devices or other decorations. Many feature anim
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In architecture, a boss is a projecting ornament placed at the intersection of the ribs of ceilings, whether vaulted or flat, and in other situations. Bosses are also used as a termination to weather-mouldings of doors, windows, etc, and in various other situations, either as an ornamental stop, or finishing, to mouldings, or to cover them where th
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Central stone of arch or vault; key stone.
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A boss is a horn or bone stump on the snout of some animals. Ceratopsians, like Styracosaurus had a boss.
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A projecting stone at the intersection of the ribs of a vault, often the keystone and frequently carved.
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the head of the crime Family; he is the only one who gives permission to 'whack' or 'make' someone, and he makes money from all Family operations; synonyms don, chairman.
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- (informal) exceptionally good 2. [n] - a person who exercises control and makes decisions 3. [n] - a person responsible for hiring workers
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a knob or projection to cover the intersection of ribs in a vault
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A stone projection or knob, often used to ornament the intersection of ribs in a vault.
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(In topic `operations support systems`) BOSS is an acronym for Billing Operating Support Systems.
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A backing for a target face made from compacted straw, foam or fibre. See Butt
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an ornament placed at the intersection of roof timbers or ribs in a vault
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A cylindrical protrusion within a part, often designed to accept fasteners
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A projection or an enlarged section of a casting through which a hole may be machined.
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In architecture, either a carved stone keystone of approximately hemispherical form at the intersection of ribs in a Gothic vault, or a similar carved ornament...
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Bomb On Station Switch
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Used only with a fixed-pitch propeller, is a collar with flanges which fits on to the propeller shaft and on to which the hub of the propeller fits. Should not be confused with a propeller hub which, in a fixed-pitch and in a controllable pitch propeller, is the central portion on to which the roots of the blades are attached.
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A small ornamental projection.
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A projecting carved section in a vault or ceiling, found where two or more supports meet. In medieval churches these were often elaborately or grotesquely carved, and usually designed to be part of an iconographic scheme.
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In architecture, a raised ornament, such as a projecting stone located at the intersection of the ribs of a vault.
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