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Disembossom
Disembossom Dis`em*bos"som, v. t. To separate from the bosom. [R.] --Young.

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- Bossom is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alfred Bossom, Baron Bossom FRIBA (1881–1965), English architect active in the United States...
- Alfred Charles Bossom, Baron Bossom FRIBA (6 October 1881 – 4 September 1965) was an English architect active in the United States, and Conservative Party...
- Bossom, 2nd Baronet, FRSA, FRGS (4 February 1918 – 8 March 2017) was a British Conservative Party politician and Member of Parliament (MP). Bossom was...
- The Bossom Baronetcy, of Maidstone in the County of Kent, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 4 July 1953 for the architect...
- C Bossom (unknown) is a former ****stani first-cl**** cricketer who pla**** only two List A games for Quetta cricket team. "C Bossom". ESPN Cricinfo...
- Juster, who met while working at the firm of Alfred C. Bossom in the late 1910s. Juster left Bossom and DePace left the firm of C**** Gilbert in 1923 to create...
- Friendship 1997 Narragansett, Rhode Island 2007 Seeger is married to Joe Bossom, with whom she has three children, Dalglish, Tom Killin. "Artist's colony...
- The Buffoon 1991 — Humiliated and Insulted 2001 — Flowering Hill Among Bossom Field 2004 — Children of the Arbat 2006 — Ellipsis 2009 — Ivan the Terrible...
- Peter Arne - Sheikh El Jabez Sarah Branch - Janet Brown Raymond Huntley - Bossom Rebecca Dignam - Nerima Peter Illing - Sheikh Ibrahim Harold Kasket - Abdullah...
- located in Richmond, Virginia. It was designed by noted architect Alfred Bossom and built in 1920-1921. It is a six level, Cl****ical Revival style building...