Crossword clues for boz
- "Sketches" pseudonym
- He worked with the illustrator Phiz
- Dickens pseudonym
- Dickens nom de plume
- Singer Scaggs with the 1976 hit "Lowdown"
- "Sketches by ___" (1830s work)
- Dickens's "Sketches by ___"
- Dickens, sometimes
- A pen name of 42 Across
- Literary pen name
- Dickens's pseudonym
- Dickens the sketchwriter
Boz may refer to:
- BOZ, a Break-Out Zone in an office
- Boz (name), a given name and surname
- Boz, or Bozh, King of the Antes
- Boz, an early pen name of Charles Dickens
- Sketches by Boz, Dickens's first work
- Brian Bosworth, American football player and actor
- Boz, a village in Doștat Commune, Alba County, Romania
- Boz, a village in Brănișca Commune, Hunedoara County, Romania
- Boz, Ain, a French commune
- BoZ, a fictional rock band in Shaman King
- Boz, danewort ( Sambucus ebulus), or colorant made from the fruits of that plant
Boz was Boz Scaggs' debut album, recorded under the name "William R. Scaggs" on September 30, 1965 in Stockholm, Sweden. It was released in Sweden by Karusell Grammofon AB and distributed in Europe by Polydor International. It was never released in any other country, never released in any other format, and went out of print soon after its initial pressings. Neither the entire album nor any individual tracks from the album have yet been reissued.
The Boz is a right tributary of the river Secaș in Romania. It discharges into the Secaș in Cunța.
__NOTOC__ Boz ( 380) was the king of the Antes, an early Slavic people that lived in parts of present-day Ukraine. His story is mentioned by Jordanes in the Getica (550–551); in the preceding years, the Ostrogoths under Ermanaric had conquered a large number of tribes in Central Europe (see Oium), including the Antes. Some years after the Ostrogothic defeat by the invading Huns, a king named Vinitharius, Ermanaric's great-nephew, marched against the Antes of Boz and defeated them. Vinitharius condemned Boz, his sons, and seventy of his nobles, to crucifixion, in order to terrorize the Antes. These conflicts constitute the only pre-6th century contacts between Germanics and Slavs documented in written sources.
Boz is both a given name and a surname. Most famously Boz is the name of Charles Dickens' illustrator, George Cruikshank, see Sketches by Boz
Notable real people with the name include: