bougie

[ boo-jee, -zhee, boo-zhee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bougie

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By this you will see that Bougie must wait until I call that way again.

As for Bougie, these African villages are built but for bright sunlight.

At Bougie they seemed to have left it all to Allah, with the usual result.

The destruction of the ships at Bougie was a severe blow to the Algerines.

He refitted the fireship at sea, and then went on, reaching Bougie on the 2nd of May.

It is the site of Bougie, and its environs, that make its charms.

For this purpose the bougie may be marked at its outer extremity.

(c) The tip of the bougie may break off whilst in the Eustachian tube.

This consists in the passage of a suitable instrument, a sound or bougie of proper size, two or three times a week.

The mere passage of the bougie will often effect immediate relaxation of the spasm.

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