1988J. Michell inStyle Mar. 46Privileged people who gallop ahead of the herd are compelled to construct barriers and admit only the trusted few. Within her mental boma the chosen meet an entirely different Jessie.
1990Sunday Times 27 May (Mag. Sect.) 20Excited readers in London provoked the jackals at home to bay for his blood from their Calvinist bomas and in South Africa the book was banned.
A thorny fence or defensive barrier.
An open, usually circular, fenced space in the rest camp of a game reserve or safari lodge, used for meals and social gatherings; lapanoun2.
A stockaded enclosure in which game animals are kept for their protection.
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