boa : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a long thin fluffy scarf of feathers or fur
- n any of several chiefly tropical constrictors with vestigial hind limbs
- A six-foot boa constrictor slithered out of the Panama jungle one night last week, writhed up a high-tension-line tower along the Panama Railroad track, then glided onto a cable.
- Colin Moynihan in UK Express
BOA chairman Colin Moynihan said: "We are respectful of the court's decision in all aspects." "The BOA has rules which are not only recognised and understood by all Olympic athletes, but our bylaw has been in place for 16 years at their...
- Dwain Chambers in guardian.co.uk
I think the decision has already been made and I think I'll have to leave it alone,said Chambers. "Unless the BOA were prepared to change then maybe, but if they're not then we can't because we don't have the financial backing to go...
- Nick Collins in International Herald Tribune
It's always been a very realistic aim we will be going there (Beijing),Collins said. "There's been some very encouraging comments from people outside the BOA saying they have no problem with Dwain. We wouldn't take it (an appeal) on if we...