wishbone


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wishbone

the V-shaped bone above the breastbone in most birds consisting of the fused clavicles; furcula
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Wishbone Ash (pictured) were renowned in the early days for a unique blend of blues, jazz and English folk.
Wishbone is a much needed and long awaited alternative.
If you sit at counter B at the Lucky Wishbone Restaurant in downtown Anchorage at noon weekdays, you too can join the daily seminar.
The new fossil find includes virtually the entire skull, a complete lower jaw, most of one wing, all of one leg with one toe bone and fragments of the clavicle, or wishbone.
7 million verdict in actual damages and profits for their client, Lucky Break Wishbone Corporation of Seattle against Sears, Roebuck and Co.
We (the other members) understand about economic cuts, but what beggars belief is that Sefton Council has just sanctioned a PS5,000 commemorative display in Bootle Cemetery, incidentally opposite the library and the Wishbone art centre.
BLUES rock band Wishbone Ash will head up a festival on Tyneside this Friday.
And he'll be followed by WISHBONE ASH on Wednesday.
DESPITE the smell of anti-wrinkle cream in the air, the guys from Wishbone Ash raised the bar again.
LEGENDARY British rock bands Soft Machine, The Manfreds and Wishbone Ash are among the acts heading for Birkenhead this year.
And this weekend, rock legends Wishbone Ash will perform at a pub on the outskirts of Coventry.
Catriona Killin Wishbone Ash, Renfrew Ferry, Glasgow, Oct 9 AS a sellout crowd greeted Wishbone Ash with a rousing roar, Andy Powell sole survivor of a host of personnel changes since the band's creation in 1969 nodded and smiled knowingly back.