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On physical exam, he is noted to have a hairless patch on a boggy left occipital mass, which is tender to palpation.
See crocs and alligators at Gatorland, head to the awardwinning Clearwater Beach for a day or skim the Everglades at Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures.
Plant in moist conditions such as slightly boggy soil.
While it likes to be in the sun, it can manage partial shade but it doesn't like to dry out, so plant in moist conditions such as slightly boggy soil.
Partly because he rode a superb race over four miles in boggy ground, partly because he held off Tony McCoy's late challenge on Gone To Lunch and mainly because I won enough to finance my entire weekend.
For 18 years, Boggy wa Tamtam was the most popular puppet show for children and was only screened in Ramadan.
Since wetland habitats in our islands have been decimated, life is getting more difficult for creatures who need water and boggy places to survive.
Since wetland habitats in our islands have been decimated - soggy pastures drained, ditches and water courses filled in - life has become increasingly difficult for creatures who need water and boggy places to survive.
Festive lanterns, an age-old feature of Ramadan in this mostly Muslim country, have this year hit the local market taking the shapes of popular Egyptian puppets such as Boggy and Tamtam, two protagonists in a TV series that was aired in the 1980s.
Florida Southwestern State College students in the respiratory therapy program volunteered to serve as camp counselors for a week at Camp Boggy Creek.