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Boo

(astronomy)
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He added: "Our study examined how upbeat songs help create the feel-good factor - and we found Wake Up Boo notched up the highest levels of serotonin.
Kate Buggeln, president of the new Boo, said that the name's notoriety - it still attracts some 35,000 curious visitors a week despite the site being on hold - outweighed the reason for its fame.
Led by a cast of animated "Critters" - including Hoofy the Bull and Boo the Bear - Minyanville uses "infotainment" to highlight the need for better financial understanding.
For someone to boo that shirt, to be honest I'm not very happy about it.
Mum Marsha said Boo had always loved the song, but wanted to put her own twist on it during the recording session at Gateshead's Broadwater Studios.
They insisted that Honey Boo Boo's celebrity status was not relevant in the matter.
Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake voice Yogi and Boo Boo whose woodland home comes under threat from a politician who wants to sell it off to loggers.
Boo Boo was severely emaciated, 75%under his natural bodyweight, and unable to walk or support his own body weight.
Fans don't take delight in booing a player, but some will boo when they see one not giving his all.
I regard it as racist to boo individual players based on their race, creed, colour or any other affiliations or associations they may have.
I don't think this is an isolated case,' said KPMG corporate recovery partner Mr Mick McLoughlin, who handled the fire-sale of boo.
Wayans Family Presents: A Boo Crew Christmas is an exuberant holiday treat that encourages kids to enjoy the holidays by opening up their hearts.