bola, and in the box on our right a man and a woman who had not taken off their masks.
But to the bola there is no cord attached, nor mark of where one has ever been.
The bola de fuego, or the light of Aguirre, the Tyrant, is one of these ghosts.
It is also suggested that the name is derived from bola (anklets), as the women wear heavy brass anklets.
Because, so far as is known to me, no other Chaco Indians but they use the bola perdida.
The bola was made by them of a single rounded stone, attached to a strap about five yards in length.
He hunts with a bola, a thin thong or string at each end of which is a heavy leather-covered ball of stone or iron.
And it is a bola that lies before him; though one of a peculiar kind, as he sees after stooping and taking it up.
Son of Mem Loimis, you will be a bola heris; you will be a great gambler.
Every bola heris that was lying inside the sweat-house was terribly thirsty.