Some articles on boys:
... Three Imaginary Boys is the debut studio album by English alternative rock band The Cure ... States and Australia with a slightly different song line-up as Boys Don't Cry ...
... low as 1 in 4000 to as high as 1 in 125 boys ... had increased from about 1 in 500 total births (1 in 250 boys) in the 1970s to 1 in 250 total births (1 in 125 boys) in the 1990s ...
... Boys' volleyball is popular on a regional basis, and by far the greatest number of boys' teams are in Southern California ... However, on the national stage, boys' volleyball remains far less popular than the girls' game at the high school level, as borne out by the following statistics from the ... of Columbia sanction girls' volleyball, a substantial majority of states do not sanction the boys' game ...
... Villanova Old Boys Association Incorporated (VOBAI) is the association for all old boys of the college ... are to Foster the spiritual and temporal interests of the Old Boys Promote the interests of Villanova College and its Old Boys Establish and award prizes, memorials and bursaries and, Support the ...
... Maria Anna, Anne Leonie Lena Emily Johanna Laura Lea/Leah Boys Leon Maximilian Alexander Lukas/Lucas Paul Luca Tim Felix David Elias Most popular names between 1957 and ... Most popular names between 1957 and 2006 for boys Alexander, Andreas, Benjamin, Bernd, Christian, Daniel, David, Dennis, Dieter, Dirk, Dominik, Eric, Erik, Felix, Florian, Frank, Franz, Jan ...
Famous quotes containing the word boys:
“I tell you boys there aint any answer, just you believe me, there aint any answer,... there aint going to be any answer, there never has been any answer, thats the answer.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“Keep the home fires burning,
While your hearts are yearning,
Though your lads are far away
They dream of home.
Theres a silver lining
Through the dark cloud shining;
Turn the dark cloud inside out,
Till the boys come home.”
—Lena Guilbert Ford (18701916)
“This was the merriest old man that we had ever seen, and one of the best preserved. His style of conversation was coarse and plain enough to have suited Rabelais. He would have made a good Panurge. Or rather he was a sober Silenus, and we were the boys Chromis and Mnasilus, who listened to his story.... There was a strange mingling of past and present in his conversation, for he had lived under King George, and might have remembered when Napoleon and the moderns generally were born.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)