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Boké

 

a city in the Republic of Guinea, on the western end of the Fouta-Djallon Plateau. Population, circa 10,000. Boké is the center of a bauxite mining region with reserves of 1 to 3 billion tons. A joint company for the exploitation of the bauxite deposits has been formed by an agreement between the government of the Republic of Guinea and the international company of Halco.

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Yet these studies "in many bokes, & sundry languages" still did not provide Dee with the insights into the natural world that he desired.
desired & wylled me to translate this said boke & reduce it in to our english & natural tonge & to put it in emprynte to thende that euery gentylman born to armes & all manere men of werre / captayns / souldiours / vytayllers & all other shold haue knowlege how they ought to behaue theym in the fayttes of warre & of bataylles.
John Weddington, a su vez, en A breffe instruction how to kepe, marchantes bokes of accomptes (1567) describe, explica y da ejemplos de la cuenta de balance de apertura.
A slightly ironic sentence from the Seuen poyntes of Trewe Loue and Euerlasting Wisdom (23) gives a succinct illustration of the situation: There ben also so mani bokes and tretees of vices and of vertues and of dyuerse doctrines that thys short lyfe shall rather haue an ende of eury man thenne he maye other studye hem or rede hem.
Prompt service and well-presented food is the order of the day at Bokes, followed by a couple of glasses of fine French and German wine.
Marcus Tullius Ciceroes thre bokes of duties, turned oute of Latine by N Grimalde.
Because the exact nature of signs is ambiguous, Geoffrey searches through "bokes" for the complete definition of love - "Of usage - what for lust and what for lore - / On bokes rede I ofte" (15-16):
Provided alwey that this acte or any part therof or any other acte made or to be made in this p'sent p'liament in no wise extende or be p'iudiciall any lette hurte or impediment to any artificer or m'chaunt straungier of what nation or contrey he be or shalbe of/for bryngyng into this realme or sellyng by retaill or otherwise of any man' bokes wrytten or imprynted/or for the inhabitynge within the said realme for the same intent or to any writer lympner bynder or imprynter of suche bokes as he hath or shall have to sell by wey of m'chaundise or for their abode in the same realme for the ex'cisyng of the said occupations - This acte or any parte therof notwithstondyng."
But the illustration is placed beside Trajan's violent opening words: `Baw for bokes!' (12 73); both poet and illustrator play on conventional expectations of the lost pagan before (on the next page in this case) revealing his `sauacioun' (12.
* iii olde bokes of which i ys of prykkyd songe and the odyr ii of playn songe.
But these values are all for cargoes described as "diverse histories," whereas we are also applying them to cargoes of "libris" "parvus libris" and "prentyd bokes" (62) Without further research we cannot be sure of the difference between these categories.
(2) The Item Should Be Packed In Well Labelled Transparent Plastic Bokes. (3) A Penalty Of 0.5 Percent Of Po Value Shall Be Imposed Or Levied On Each Week Or Part There Off For Delay In Supplies From Po Delivery Subject To Maximum 10 Percent Of Po Value.