Bolly

Bolly

 

an unopened or only partly opened cotton boll, remaining on the cotton plant after a fall frost. Bollies form on the peripheral, late-flowering parts of the cotton plant. They are harvested by cotton strippers. The raw cotton yield from bolly is of poor quality.

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Dance teacher Sohan Kailey, who runs the Bolly Tots dance classes, made a special appearance at the St James Road nursery to give them some footballing moves.
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