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Boon - Other Uses
... Boon (novel), a 1915 satirical work by H.G ... Wells Boon language, a nearly extinct East Cushitic language Boon (TV series), a British television series starring Michael Elphick Boon (brewery), a ... MacHale In some religions and mythologies, a boon is a favor given by a deity or other supernatural being to one of his/her followers this is similar to a blessing ...
BSA Lightning - Boon
... that was used in the hit British TV series Boon ... (nicknamed 'White Lightning' by the main character, Ken Boon) was a major part of the series' popularity for the 7 year run ... Boon - who thought of himself as a modern day Lone Ranger would treat his Lightning as though it was his horse ...
Consuming Passion - The Stories
... revolves around the establishment of Mills Boon itself, and the relationship between Charles Boon (Daniel Mays) and his wife Mary (Jodie Whittaker) ... (Olivia Colman), a dowdy typist who lives with her mother and is an avid fan of Mills Boon stories ... receives the welcome news that Mills Boon have accepted her manuscript ...
Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe - Synopsis - Characters
... Boon has said that some of the characters' abilities, especially those from the DC Universe, had been toned down to make them balanced within MK vs ... For example, Boon specifically mentioned that Superman became vulnerable because of magic ... Boon revealed on the morning of July 7, 2009, via Twitter that two new characters were developed as downloadable content, Quan Chi from Mortal Kombat ...
Lake Boon
... Lake Boon is a lake in eastern Massachusetts covering about 163 acres (0.66 km2) in the towns of Stow and Hudson, Massachusetts ... It was originally named Boon Pond after Matthew Boon, an explorer from Charlestown, Massachusetts who came to the area in 1660 ...

Famous quotes containing the word boon:

    I too mean to be out of politics. The ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment gives me the boon of equality before the law, terminates my enlistment, and discharges me cured.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)