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1990, (w), ''The Great Game'', Folio Society 2010, page 54:
- If one man could be said to be responsible for the creation of the Russian bogy, it was a much-decorated British general named Sir Robert Wilson.
A standard of performance set up as a mark to be aimed at in competition.
(quote-book) (l) (l)iraeText|!|title=Forge of God|The Forge of God|genre=science fiction|year=1987|isbn=1497607205|oclc=874921586|page=83|passage=He stood on the sand near the gravel road that passed within two miles of the site of the disintegrated bogey, binoculars hanging on a leather strap from his neck, face streaming with sweat under the brim of his hat... Army and government trucks passed along the road every few minutes, some bearing radiation stickers; many of those outward bound, he knew, carried fragments of the bogey. He was not privy to what they were finding.
To make a bogey.
*1994, Rita Huggins & (w), ''Auntie Rita'', in Heiss & Minter, ''Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature'', Allen & Unwin 2008, p. 151:
- My mother would use leaves from trees to make soap for washing our bodies with, and unfortunately for us kids there was no excuse not to take a bogey.
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