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Boyce

/ bɔɪs /

noun

  1. BoyceWilliam?17101779MEnglishMUSIC: composer William . ?1710–79, English composer, noted esp for his church music and symphonies


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“We saw his background and he was a Bronx guy and we started breaking the case,” Boyce says.

“You can imagine the sound of that gun on a Bronx street,” Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce says.

Boyce was asked at a press conference if Polanco went peacefully.

Levin worked for free for 14 months, routinely beating Savage, when Boyce figured, “it was time for him to go national.”

It was Boyce who came up with the idea for the intro to the Mark Levin Show.

Mrs. Boyce was coming over to the Stone mansion with her nephew and she wanted Katherine to come to dinner and stay all night.

Mrs. Boyce died little more than six months after the death of her husband, and that shortly after giving birth to an infant.

He became a member of the Church at Kettering, under the ministry of Mr. Boyce.

For the position of full-back, Boyce, substitute on last year's eleven, has the best chance.

Then later, as he did not return, Mrs. Boyce went out to look and found him dead just outside the gate, looking as quiet as pussy.

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