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  • bm 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
  • cm =subpalmatus=, Fr. P. 7-12 cm. Caespitose.
  • em Sure enough, I finds three or four pods 'most big enough to eat; so I picks 'em and goes breezin' into the house, wavin' em gleeful.
  • fm The bergs, from their enormous depth, are usually aground, except at spring-tides, and the seaman thus succeeds in anchoring his vessel in 200 fm. water, without any other trouble than digging a hole in the iceberg, placing an anchor in it called an ice-anchor, which one man can lift, and, with a whale-line, his ship rides out under the lee of this natural breakwater, in severe gales, and often escapes being beset in a lee pack.
  • gm In July 2017, Abdumalik earned her first GM norm with a score of 7/9 at the World Open.
  • hm Gospel: XXXIX Sources: Fo, vv. 1713-1734; HM, pp. 337-340 Parallelisms: -
  • jam 77. Some kinds of jam need not be shunned.
  • jv
  • km
  • nm
  • sm
  • tm
  • I'm That's what I'm going to do as soon as ever I get old enough."
  • J Richardson, J. M., 23, Cornhill.
  • Jo
  • M
  • Om
  • Jim
  • JG
  • JP
  • UM
  • RM
  • AM I am not afraid of him or anything that he can do.
  • QM
  • WM
  • JD James Blackwood left the group in 1980 to form The Masters V Quartet along with former Blackwood Member JD Sumner and former Statesmen singers Jake Hess, Rosie Rozell, and Hovie Lister.
  • unnotable
  • unmarkedly

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