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drop a bollock

vulgar slang To mess something up; to make a particularly egregious error. Primarily heard in UK. That new intern is totally useless, he's always dropping a bollock on important projects. That player really dropped a bollock during the match yesterday.
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Thus far, doctors received six children who underwent surgery after their screening," said Eloise Bollack, communication officer for the PCRF.
Hesham was one of the children who had surgery to lengthen his hamstrings," said Bollack.
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Jean Bollack writes about the relationship between Celan and Sachs in his profound book Dichtung wider Dichtung: Paul Celan und die Literatur.
Concentrating on the different role of God in their work, especially their letters, Bollack (2006:81) writes:
39), que, segundo ele proprio, baseou-se em Jean Bollack, e entender que e proprio do discurso alegorico a parafrasagem: "na alegoria, entendida como arte de pensar outra coisa com as mesmas palavras ou dizer de outra maneira as mesmas coisas ("dar um sentido mais puro as palavras da tribo.
With the help of Francoise Bollack, the architect who oversaw the renovation of the Osborne's lobby, many of the apartment's original details have now been uncovered, she said.
The principals of the theater are Bill Bollack and Marty Belz, both of Memphis, and David Pollack of St.
I was assistant to Myriam Bollack when she had some Group One winners at Chantilly.
The first section comprises articles by Eckhard Kessler, Mayotte Bollack, and Anthony Grafton, the second has articles by James Hankins, Jill Kraye, Enno Rudolph, and Christopher Celenza, and the third includes articles by John Monfasani, Salvatore Camporeale, and Fosca Mariani Zini.
Regarding the articles of the first section, Kessler provides a skillful analysis of the method of the grammarians of the Quattrocento, such as Battista Guarino, pointing out its novelty and its influence on Renaissance philosophy and science; Bollack undertakes a detailed reading of Mar ullus' emendations of Lucretius' De rerum natura; and Grafton gives a lucid account of the multifaceted interests and activities of Pico della Mirandola, calling attention in the process to the personalities (Poliziano, Ficino, Savanarola) who dominated the intellectual world of Pico's time.
We wanted to keep as much of the old as possible," said architect Francoise Bollack, "but add the new in a way that is visible and spiritual.