Bois (French for wood) may refer to:

  • Bois, Charente-Maritime, France
  • Les Bois, Switzerland
  • Landskrona BoIS, a Swedish professional football club
  • Curtis Bois (born 1974), Canadian former professional ice hockey player
  • John Bois, English scholar (January 3, 1560 – January 14, 1643), one of the translators of the Authorized Version of the Bible
  • Mathieu Bois, Canadian swimmer

Other articles related to "bois":

Chretien Du Bois
... Chretien du Bois was the father of three Protestant French-speaking immigrants to colonial New York ... Chretien du Bois was the son of Antoine du Bois and Anne Cousin, and was married to Françoise le Poivre ... Chretien du Bois lived in the village of Wicres, outside of Lille ...
Bois D'Arc, Texas
... Bois d'Arc is a tiny hamlet in Anderson County, Texas at the crossroads of State Highway 19 and Farm to Market Road 860 about halfway between Athens ... There was one Osage Orange (Bois d'Arc) tree in the backyard of the house ... Termed a ghost town by, Bois d'Arc had a school until it was consolidated with Montalba in 1955 ...
Jesper Westerberg - Career
... IFÖ Bromölla IF, and later on to Landskrona BoIS ... ended after the 2008 season, on 20 March 2009 Landskrona BoIS confirmed that Westerberg had signed a one-year contract with the club ... After one year in Landskrona BoIS he moved to Mjällby AIF ...
Agir - V-1 Espionage
... Totes, Ribeaucourt, Maison Ponthieu and Bois Carre" ... A more detailed report in October about Bois Carré (1.4 km east of Yvrench) claimed it had "a concrete platform with centre axis pointing directly to London" ... sketches of V-1 launching site such as one by André Comps of Bois Carré (In English "square woods") labeled "La position de Maisons" and B2 ...

Famous quotes containing the word bois:

    This spirit it was which so early carried the French to the Great Lakes and the Mississippi on the north, and the Spaniard to the same river on the south. It was long before our frontiers reached their settlements in the West, and a voyageur or coureur de bois is still our conductor there.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)