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bole

2, bolus
a moderate reddish-brown colour

bolus

[′bō·ləs]
(geology)
(pharmacology)
A pill of large size.
(physiology)
The mass of food prepared by the mouth for swallowing.
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"Lose anyone but the guest biker," Boli remembers telling the group.
Michael White Associates now co-produces its BOLI market updates with Equias Alliance.
* The type of BOLI assets most widely held by banks in 2013 was GALI policies.
Quick math says BOLI made an otherwise money-losing quarter profitable.
Since BOLI is not without risk and could pose a variety of threats to the safety and soundness of a financial institution, the associated liquidity, reputation, and compliance risks should be measured.
Part II of this Note briefly discusses the mechanics of BOLI and why banks have invested in it so heavily.
The BOLI awards are customarily dominated by advertising agencies, so we are extremely proud to have our in-house product designs receive this recognition," Cameron said.
He insists Newcastle, Spurs and Arsenal are all chasing his client's signature but Boli wants the player to follow in the footsteps of his own famous sibling by signing for the Gers.
Since institutions often purchase life insurance in conjunction with established deferred compensation programs, the advisory also discusses the appropriate accounting treatment for BOLI. The revised "Other Assets and Other Liabilities" section includes the accounting treatment for BOLI.
Having left Bescot during the summer to join Dundee United for pounds 150,000, Boli moved to Bournemouth for pounds 100,000 a month ago.
The sooner Boli gets his act together, forgets about moving up a division and concentrates on fulfilling his contract, the better it will be for him and the rest of his team-mates.