Boyce


Boyce

Boyce noun

  1. William . ?1710–79, English composer, noted esp for his church music and symphonies

Examples from the Web for boyce Contemporary Examples of boyce

  • “We saw his background and he was a Bronx guy and we started breaking the case,” Boyce says.

    Shot Down During the NYPD Slowdown

    Michael Daly

    January 7, 2015

  • Boyce was asked at a press conference if Polanco went peacefully.

    Shot Down During the NYPD Slowdown

    Michael Daly

    January 7, 2015

  • Levin worked for free for 14 months, routinely beating Savage, when Boyce figured, “it was time for him to go national.”

    Radio’s Mark Levin Might Be the Most Powerful Conservative You Never Heard Of

    David Freedlander

    October 19, 2013

  • It was Boyce who came up with the idea for the intro to the Mark Levin Show.

    Radio’s Mark Levin Might Be the Most Powerful Conservative You Never Heard Of

    David Freedlander

    October 19, 2013

  • His side, however, accuses her of going M.I.A.—and, of course, Boyce lives in Boston.

    New Twists in Hopper Divorce

    Jacob Bernstein

    June 7, 2010

  • Historical Examples of boyce

  • Boyce dropped the buckets of water and, drawing his pistol, “Boys!”

    When the West Was Young

    Frederick R. Bechdolt

  • The balloon was one of the two Boyce balloons and had never been tried.

    In Africa

    John T. McCutcheon

  • The earliest form was that seen in 1908 by Teacher and Boyce.

    The Ethics of Medical Homicide and Mutilation

    Austin O’Malley

  • Let us advert here to two instances only, that is to say, Boyce and Purcell.

    The Violin

    George Dubourg

  • “But I insist,” repeated Mrs. Boyce with the utmost good will.

    The White Shield

    Myrtle Reed

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