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  • And Speicus calls him a Boojum, a very bad snark.
  • The boojum was named by David Mermin of Cornell University in 1976.
  • A boojum looks like an attenuated witch's hat covered with tiny leaves.
  • They say " The infinite may be boojum too . " ( p 61)
  • He was attracted by thriving jazz clubs like the Century Sky Room and the Boojum Tree Lounge.
  • The Boojum was intended to be capable of carrying a warhead weighing up to over a range between.
  • Companies including but not limited to Amec and Boojum have studied the area and aided in the remediation efforts.
  • Accordingly, in 1951, the Boojum project cancled, before any prototypes of the missile had been constructed.
  • The strange-looking boojum trees ( Fouquieria columnaris ) native to Baja California, are rare oddities in the Fouquieriaceae.
  • Lord Carson and Honour and Glory ran 1-2, respectively, in the Grade II Boojum Stakes at Belmont Oct . 5.
  • Despite this trick, the boojum couldn't outwit poachers and developers, so it, too, is on the endangered list.
  • Livermore won the Carter Handicap, Fall Highweight Handicap and Boojum Handicap in 1985, but he did not win the Suffolk Downs Sprint Handicap.
  • They will join Lord Carson, who stayed in New York to run in the Boojum Handicap ( he ran fifth ) a week ago.
  • It is also known as the boojum, a name given it by Lewis Carroll in " The Hunting of the Snark ."
  • The plot follows a crew of ten trying to hunt the Snark, an animal which may turn out to be a highly dangerous Boojum.
  • The only one of the crew to find the Snark quickly vanishes, leading the narrator to explain that it was a Boojum after all.
  • Another of Carroll's children's novels, " Sylvie and Bruno Concluded " ( 1893 ) makes a reference to the Boojum.
  • :I think he must have met a Snark who turned out to be a Boojum, for he certainly has " softly and suddenly vanished away ."
  • As in the poem, the appearance of a boojum can cause something ( in this case, the supercurrent ) to " softly and suddenly vanish away ".
  • Research using the term " boojum " in a superfluid context was first published in 1977, and the term has since gained widespread acceptance in broader areas of physics.
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