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Boswell

James. 1740--95, Scottish author and lawyer, noted particularly for his Life of Samuel Johnson (1791)
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I got some written in Japanese and had a friend at work translate them for me,'' Boswell said.
While he admits he will never know everything about the nature of fish, Boswell has breeding down pat.
Boswell isolates a female in a large bucket and gently applies pressure on the abdomen with both hands, resulting in a steady stream of tiny, sticky eggs that sink to the bottom of the bucket.
The male koi fertilize the eggs after the female releases them, so Boswell next submerges a male in the same bucket and shakes the fish, mimicking the vigorous motion the male fish make when fertilizing the eggs.
Of those, Boswell said he is successful if he is able to raise 5 percent to adulthood.
Mr Boswell himself has had a distinguished career with his party.
Despite the huge national swing to Labour at the General Election, Mr Boswell managed to hang on to his Daventry seat with a comfortable 7,378 majority.