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Tuba-like brass wind instrument with three bells and no valves, from the 1956 Dr. Seuss children's book ''If I Ran the Circus''.  
 
Tuba-like brass wind instrument with three bells and no valves, from the 1956 Dr. Seuss children's book ''If I Ran the Circus''.  
  
It's played in the Circus McGurkus by a small, furry, large-footed, bipedal creature called a Bolster.
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It's played in the Circus McGurkus by a small, furry, large-footed, bipedal creature called a Bolster and makes "bloops."
  
 
Not to be confused with the [[One-nozzled noozer]].
 
Not to be confused with the [[One-nozzled noozer]].
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*https://seussblog.wordpress.com/2013/01/17/if-i-ran-the-circus/
 
*https://seussblog.wordpress.com/2013/01/17/if-i-ran-the-circus/
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*https://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/digital/collections/books/ocm45408191/ocm45408191.html
  
 
[[Category:1956]]
 
[[Category:1956]]

Latest revision as of 12:14, 10 October 2018

Tuba-like brass wind instrument with three bells and no valves, from the 1956 Dr. Seuss children's book If I Ran the Circus.

It's played in the Circus McGurkus by a small, furry, large-footed, bipedal creature called a Bolster and makes "bloops."

Not to be confused with the One-nozzled noozer.

See also

External Links