BIBS


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AcronymDefinition
BIBSBlow-in-Blanket System (home insulation)
BIBSBrno International Business School (est. 1998; Czech Republic)
BIBSBerkeley Internet Broadcasting System (University of California, Berkeley; Berkeley, CA)
BIBSBuilt-In Breathing System
BIBSBengal Institute of Business Studies (India)
BIBSBath Investment Building Society (UK)
BIBSBlackened Iron Bastard Sword (Everquest)
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The bibs say: "POLITE notice THINK BIKE" which means it can pass off as a safety message.
Perfect for tender gums, the Koo-di Choos bib is satisfyingly chewy and soothing.
is hoping to have the Bib Guard in full production and available to the public within the very near future.
Those who were found to run with duplicate bibs can be banned from future Boston Marathons and other BAA events.
The collection of bibs and bags are made from Bumkins' signature waterproof fabric known for its durability, performance, and high safety standards - lead free, PVC free, BPA free, Phthalates free, Vinyl free and food safe.
The bib is quite similar and the beadwork is quite similar.
Sarah Jane leather bibs were launched in early 2008.
SAMUEL James Allcock was the first Teesside baby to proudly wear a no smoking bib on No Smoking Day.
Spokeswoman Marysia McSperrin said: "There is a design error with Scottishthemed bibs.
Dixon and Saint James began working together to create the Synthia Saint James Collection of blankets and bibs.
The bibs feature a rip stop nylon shell for greater durability, large front pockets, knee length brass zippers, double needle stitching, adjustable, two-inch heavy-duty suspenders and reinforced bound seems.
Gayle Duncan, 26, is furious Tesco ignored her warning about their own-brand teething bibs.