bostonite


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bostonite

[′bȯs·tə‚nīt]
(petrology)
A rock with coarse trachytic texture formed almost wholly of albite and microcline and with accessory pyroxene.
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Asked about her future plans, Bostonite Grout, who holds a bachelor's degree in classical singing from McGill University, said she is going to perform at the opening ceremony of a karate championship later this month and will sing at an Egyptian wedding.
The actor famously presented the former Fly Girl with a $2.5 million engagement ring and quickly transformed from a scruffy Bostonite to polished Ken doll.
Ronnie's was packed out with jazz-rock aficionados, though Bostonite guitarist Stern manages to circumnavigate most of the taste mistakes made within his given genre.
Given that tragedy and George's prison stint, the happy-go-lucky partnership forged with Tuna, fellow Bostonite Kevin (Max Perlich) and well-connected L.A.
Characters such as the Indian chief Occunneocogeecococacheecacheecadungo, or the British attempts to make "Bostonites" "bow down to the TEA CHEST, the God of the Heathen" as well as the camel--a biblical vehicle--loaded with cargoes of tobacco--the ultimate American crop, could not but have raised contemporary smiles.
In Clinton, people like being called Clintonians, much like the Bostonites like being called Bostonians or Beantownians.
Historically, the Herald has sold well in some of the suburbs to the south, where South Bostonites tended to migrate in the post-war decades.