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  • ab Als er dreissig Jahr alt war, Von dem all diese Welt genas, 200 Da kam er zum Jordan; Getauft ward er da, Er wusch ab unsre Schuld, Er selbst hat keine.
  • ba You have grinned while he sang through his nose about the great big hat with the great big brim, "All Ba-ound Ra-ound With a Woolen String!"
  • bb bb Contagious Diseases.
  • be So let's be off."
  • bi That which we must at once point out is that, with regard to the ratio formed by a comparison of the bi-iliac and bi-ischiatic diameters, it may be placed between the ratio obtained in comparing those diameters in the pelvis of the carnivora and that of the solipeds.
  • bk Index: S Military post in 1782, 51. Bk New fort planned by General Hunter, 59. Bib.
  • bm BAI(Elect) - Bachelor of Arts in Electrical Engineering BAI(Mech) - Bachelor of Arts in Mechanical Engineering BALaw - Bachelor of Arts in Law BAO - Bachelor of Arts in Obstetrics (Arte Obstetricia) BARelSt - Bachelor of Arts on Religious Studies BASc - Bachelor of Arts and Science BASoc - Bachelor of Arts in Sociology BATheol - Bachelor of Arts in Theology BA/BSc - Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science BAcc - Bachelor of Accounting BAdmin - Bachelor of Administration BAgr - Bachelor of Agriculture BAH - Bachelor of Animal Health BArch - Bachelor of Architecture BArchSc - Bachelor of Architectural Science BBA - Bachelor of Business Administration BBLS - Bachelor of Business and Legal Studies BBS - Bachelor of Business Studies BBus - Bachelor of Business BChem - Bachelor of Chemistry BCL - Bachelor of Civil Law BCLD(SocSc) - Bachelor of Community Learning and Development in Social Sciences BClinSci - Bachelor of Clinical Science BCom - Bachelor of Commerce BCombSt - Bachelor of Combined Studies BCommEdCommDev - Bachelor of Community Education and Community Development BComSc - Bachelor of Commercial Science BD - Bachelor of Divinity BDes - Bachelor of Design BDiv - Bachelor of Divinity BEconSc - Bachelor of Economic Science BEconSci - Bachelor of Science in Economics BEd - Bachelor of Education BEng - Bachelor of Engineering BES - Bachelor of Engineering Studies BEng(Tech) - Bachelor of Engineering in Technology BEng/BSc - Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Science BFA - Bachelor of Fine Art BFin - Bachelor of Finance BFLS - Bachelor of Financial and Legal Studies BFST - Bachelor of Food Science and Technology BH - Bachelor of Humanities BHealthSc - Bachelor of Health Sciences BHSc - Bachelor of Health Science BHy - Bachelor of Hygiene BIBA - Bachelor of International Business Administration BJur - Bachelor of Jurisprudence BL - Bachelor of Law BLE - Bachelor of Land Economy BLegSc - Bachelor of Legal Science BLib - Bachelor of Librarianship BLing - Bachelor of Linguistics BLitt - Bachelor of Letters or Bachelor of Literature BLittCelt - Bachelor of Celtic Letters BLS - Bachelor of Library Studies BM - Bachelor of Medicine BM - Bachelor of Midwifery BMedSc - Bachelor of Medical Science(s) BMedSci - Bachelor in Medical Science BMet - Bachelor of Metallurgy BMid - Bachelor of Midwifery BMidWif - Bachelor of Midwifery BMin - Bachelor of Ministry BMS - Bachelor of Midwifery Studies BMSc - Bachelor of Medical Science BMus - Bachelor of Music BMusEd - Bachelor of Music Education BMusPerf - Bachelor of Music Performance BN - Bachelor of Nursing BNatSci - Bachelor in Natural Science BNS - Bachelor of Nursing Studies BNurs - Bachelor of Nursing BOptom - Bachelor of Optometry BOst - Bachelor of Osteopathy BPA - Bachelor of Public Administration BPA - Bachelor of Performing Arts BPharm - Bachelor of Pharmacy BPhil - Bachelor of Philosophy BPhil(Ed) - Bachelor of Philosophy in Education BPhys - Bachelor of Physics BPhysio - Bachelor of Physiotherapy BPl - Bachelor of Planning BRadiog - Bachelor of Radiography BSc - Bachelor of Science BScAgr - Bachelor of Science in Agriculture BSc(Dairy) - Bachelor of Science in Dairying BScD - Bachelor of Science in Dentistry BSc(DomSc) - Bachelor of Science in Domestic Science BScEc - Bachelor of Science in Economic and Social Studies BScEcon - Bachelor of Science in Economic Science or Bachelor of Economic and Social Studies BSc(Econ) - Bachelor of Science in Economics BSc(Ed) - Bachelor of Science in Education BSc(Eng) - Bachelor of Science in Engineering BScFor - Bachelor of Science in Forestry BScHW - Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellbeing BSc(HealthSc) - Bachelor of Science in Health Science BSc(Hort) - Bachelor of Science in Horticulture BSc(MCRM) - Bachelor of Science in Marine and Coastal Reserve Management BSc(Med) - Bachelor of Science in Medicine BSc(Mid) - Bachelor of Science in Midwifery BSc(Min) - Bachelor of Science in Mining BSc(Psych) - Bachelor of Science in Psychology BScHSc - Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences BScPH - Bachelor of Science in Public Health BScTech - Bachelor of Science in Technology BSocSc - Bachelor of Social Sciences BSS - Bachelor of Social Studies BSt - Bachelor of Studies BStSu - Bachelor of Deaf Studies BSW - Bachelor of Social Work BTCP - Bachelor of Town and County Planning BTech - Bachelor of Technology (not to be confused with BTEC) BTechEd - Bachelor of Technological Education BTh - Bachelor of Theology BTheol - Bachelor of Theology BTS - Bachelor of Theatre Studies EdB - Bachelor of Education LittB - Bachelor of Literature or Bachelor of Letters LLB - Bachelor of Laws LLB(Eur) Bachelor of Laws (European) MA - Master of Arts (bachelors level at some Scottish universities) MA(SocSci) - Master of Arts (Social Sciences) MusB - Bachelor of Music ScBTech - Bachelor of Science in Technology
  • br =lauro-cerasi=, B. and Br. P. 2-3 cm. thin, horizontal, circular or shell-shaped, sulcate, brownish, attached by narrowed base; g. broad at middle, whitish; sp. 8 x 5.
  • bs Arbanasi (Rudo) (bs), a village in Rudo Municipality, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina Arbanasi (Veliko Tarnovo), a village in Veliko Tarnovo Municipality, Veliko Tarnovo Province, Bulgaria Arbănaşi, a village in Beceni Commune, Buzău County, Romania
  • by Plainly 'Jane Eyre' was by a woman.
  • db Baileys Democracy, 2005 Havana, 2006 NY JS DB 62, 2007 Pictures That Mark Can Do, 2007 Is That So Kid, 2008 David Bailey: 8 Minutes: Hirst & Bailey, 2009 With Damien Hirst EYE, 2009 Flowers, Skulls, Contacts, 2010 British Heroes in Afghanistan, 2010
  • gb This title was not released in Japan on the Game Boy, but colorized versions titled as Hello Kitty World (published by Character Soft) for the Famicom and Balloon Fight GB for the Game Boy Color were later released only in Japan.
  • kb ↑ "Bombay Municipal Corporation Act, 1888" (PDF, 215 KB).
  • mb The contractor responsible for constructing the MB Boardwalk Project is M.
  • ob She done carried heaps ob things ter de rebs.
  • pb Polar Bowler 1st Frame reintroduced the bowler as PB and introduced his valet, J.
  • rb In 2003 RB acquired a 57% interest in the Barbados National Bank (BNB) in Barbados.
  • sb In Bruce, X, 180, hede- soyme, sb. the trace.
  • yb declared the start of a new club, taking YB SK Beveren as an example (however the attempt to do this led to nothing).
  • B B. is not to read it out.
  • N " N-no, I guess not," Steve replied.
  • V 5. 1285 Duruy, v.
  • BF Cuomo's lyrics express disillusionment with the rock lifestyle; the album is named after the character BF Pinkerton from Giacomo Puccinis 1904 opera Madama Butterfly, whom Cuomo described as an "asshole American sailor similar to a touring rock star".
  • BL Bl. The fourth family of Lamellibranchiata, Bl. The shells are described as regular, equivalve, frequently with a thick, horny epidermis.
  • BP Cobham, Thomas, Bp. of Worcester, first founder of the Univ.
  • CB Captain Charles Barrington Balfour JP, DL, CB (20 February 1862 – 31 August 1921) was a British Army officer who became a Conservative Party politician.
  • BC AB = CD = a; BC = b; EF = EH = c; and EG = d.
  • BO Why, when I took her out to see my cousin Bob, she couldn't say bo to a goose.
  • BU Bt Religions Bu Folk-lore.
  • BX A densely defined, closed operator T is called normal if it satisfies the following equivalent conditions: T ∗T = TT ∗; the domain of T is equal to the domain of T ∗, and ||Tx|| = ||T ∗x|| for every x in this domain; there exist self-adjoint operators A, B such that T = A + iB, T∗ = A – iB, and ||Tx||2= ||Ax||2 + || Bx||2 for every x in the domain of T.
  • QB The 49ers responded with QB J.

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