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boll

the fruit of such plants as flax and cotton, consisting of a rounded capsule containing the seeds

boll

[bōl]
(botany)
A pod or capsule (pericarp), as of cotton and flax.
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com/2017/tv/news/fox-news-eric-bolling-investigation-1202552350/) Bolling was suspended from Fox News after he was accused of sending photos of his genitals to female co-workers.
Bolling confirmed the news on Twitter, saying that he and his wife are "devastated" and that details are still unclear.
Dennis Bolling (left), a recent Cooperative Hall of Fame inductee, exchanges information during a livestock auction.
The takeover of Bolling Coffee is Bewley's second UK acquisition in 18 months following its purchase of London-based Darlington's Coffee in 2011.
Bolling continues his peacemaking efforts as director-at-large of Mercy Corps International and senior advisor of Conflict Management Group in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 640 Kingstree, SC 29556 Equipment: Rubber - Two #27 mixers, three #12 Stewart Bolling mixers, six #10 Stewart Bolling mixers, five calenders (360", 1-96", 1-132"); Thermoplastics - one #6 FCM, two #9 FCMs, one #15 FCM, one - 36: 1, 6" extruder, one #4 FCM, one 46 mm Buss, one 140 mm Buss Kneader, and two #12 Stewart Bollings Mixing capabilities: Thermoset and thermoplastic Capacity: 1 billion lbs/yr Tech service: yes Recipe development: yes
So in retaliation, I came up with the stupidest name I could think of," recalled Bolling.
Although Bolling and Johnson have yet to experience any deal-threatening blowups, they admit to major differences of opinion.
Currently, Bolling serves as an independent trader based from his office at the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), the world's largest trading center for energy, where he specializes in trading a variety of commodities including crude oil, gold and agricultural commodities.
Bolling Coffee is responsible for all aspects of Fortnum's coffee, from sourcing and buying beans from very small farmers to roasting and packaging the coffee at its state of the art roastery.
Branch Muscatine, IA (319) 262-2505 Equipment: 8" strainer, rubber refiner, #11 mixer, three #12 Stewart Bolling, #10 Stewart Bolling, three 66" calenders, 60" calender, seven mills (60", 66", 84"), fabric slitter, two Barwells, 50# Kobe mixer Mixing capabilities: All of the solids Capacity: 165 million lbs/yr.
The four-employee company-originally launched by Bolling and his former partner, Joe Allen, as an investment firm to do business in West Africa--reported $250,000 in sales last year.