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BKBurger King Brands, Inc. (fast food restaurant chain)
BKBlack
BKBook
BKBlock
BKBreak
BKBack (Hyper Logo Turtle Graphics command)
BKBrooklyn
BKBike
BKBankruptcy (banking industry)
BKBrook
BKBank (IRB)
BKBrake
BKBreak (logging abbreviation)
BKBooklet
BKBalk (baseball)
BKBanaskantha (India)
BKBosnia-Herzegovina
BKBad Kreuznach (Germany)
BKBrahma Kumari (religion)
BKBeyonce Knowles (musical artist)
BKBlue Knights (drum corp, Denver, Colorado)
BKBerkelium
BKBlack Knights (Drum Corps; Burbank, CA)
BKBradykinin
BKBookkeeping
BKBanjo-Kazooie (video game)
BKBrevin Knight (basketball player)
BKBerryz Koubou (band)
BKBilly Kidman (WWE wrestler)
BKBackstroke (Swimming)
BKBundeskanzler (German: Federal Chancellor)
BKBlinker
BKBad Karma
BKBelow Knee (amputation)
BKBikini Kill (band)
BKBritish Knights
BKBad Kid
BKBee's Knees
BKBar Keel (shipping)
BKBlood Killer (gangs)
BKBlitzkreig (gaming)
BKBaten Kaitos (Gamecube game)
BKBible Knowledge
BKBee Keeper
BKBovine Kidney (cells)
BKBlade Knight (gaming)
BKBacille de Koch (French: tuberculosis bacteria)
BKBrüel & Kjær (Norcross, GA)
BKBullous Keratopathy
BKBakool (postal region, Somalia)
BKBishwakarma (surname of a so called low caste in Nepal)
BKBalli Kombëtar (National Front Party, Kosovo)
BKBattery Captain (British Army)
BKBul Kathos ring (Diablo II item)
BKBronzen Kruis (Dutch)
BKBrinkman-Kramers (approximation in ion-molecular collision quantum calculation)
BKBhagavan Krishna
BKBertha Kennedy Elementary School
References in classic literature ?
Soon she heard a rushing sound, and a big wave rose suddenly and swept the comb off the bank, and a minute after the head of her husband rose from the pond and gazed sadly at her.
She had taken the advice of a friend and invested her savings in a bank on Ashland Avenue.
From some sense of this, and of the dizzy see-saw - heaven-high, hell-deep - on which men sit clutching; or perhaps fearing that the sources of his fortune might be insidiously traced to some root in the field of petty cash; he stuck to his work, said not a word of his new circumstances, and kept his account with a bank in a different quarter of the town.
On the bank of the river the executioner approached Milady, and bound her hands and feet.
I was looking for the bank when a fellow in a white suit ran down from the veranda.
On the morning of the 31st of May, as the travellers were breakfasting on the right bank of the river, the usual alarm was given, but with more reason, as two Indians actually made their appearance on a bluff on the opposite or northern side, and harangued them in a loud voice.
But, though the bank was almost always with him, and though the coach (in a confused way, like the presence of pain under an opiate) was always with him, there was another current of impression that never ceased to run, all through the night.
Napoleon looked up and down the river, dismounted, and sat down on a log that lay on the bank.
He plunged into the forest and followed the river bank down the stream.
She did not notice me in the shadow which the trees cast on the bank.
So I told his lie with unction at my bank, and made due arrangements for the reception of his chest next morning.
I went along up the bank with one eye out for pap and t'other one out for what the rise might fetch along.