Boss is an American political drama television serial created by Farhad Safinia. The series stars Kelsey Grammer as Tom Kane, the mayor of Chicago, who has recently been diagnosed with dementia with Lewy bodies, a degenerative neurological disorder. The series was broadcast in the United States on the premium television service
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==Plot== Darshan (Actor) plays dual role in the movie. This film happens to be the first major Kannada release of the year 2011. The film released in more than 140 centers in January 2011. Tamil actor Prabhu Ganesan plays the role of a CBI officer in the movie. ...
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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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BOSS (an acronym for Biochemical and Organic Simulation System) is a general-purpose molecular modeling program that performs molecular mechanics calculations, Metropolis Monte Carlo statistical mechanics simulations, and semiempirical AM1, PM3, and PDDG/PM3 quantum mechanics calculations. The molecular mechanics calcu
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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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In engineering, a boss is a protruding feature on a workpiece. A common use for a boss is to locate one object within a pocket or hole of another object. For instance, some motors use a precisely machined boss on the front face to locate it on the mating part. Like a process on a bone, bosses on castings can provide attachment
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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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An ornamental knob covering the intersection of ribs in a vault or on a ceiling.
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