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BBig
bBit
BBillion
BByte
BAbove Average grade
BReverse Side, Record
BBack (chat)
BBlack
BBusiness
BBook
BBlue
BButt (welded joint type)
BBad (worst CD condition)
BBase (transistor; electronics)
BBottom
bBrown
BBritish
BBank
BBlock
BBorn
BBe
BBag
BBlank
BBass
BBoat (Stores 100 code)
BBomber (US military aircraft designation; as in B-52)
BBridge
BBible
BBeta (2nd brightest star in a constellation)
BBefore
BBold Text (HTML)
BBritain
BBoth
BBat
BBureau
BBishop
BBravo
BBiological
BBachelor
BBarn
BBrick
BIndividual (IRB)
BBinary
BBandwidth
BBore (French: Boron)
BBulb
BBirmingham (postcode, United Kingdom)
BBerlin (auto license plate)
BBrightness
BBoeing
BBirthday (Beatles song)
BBelgium (International Auto Identification)
BBolivar (unit of currency)
BBilateral
BBasso
BBucharest (Romanian state capital)
BBalboa (currency of Panama)
BBiography (library code)
BY-Intercept (from the equation y = mx + b)
BBale
BBoron
BBlade (comic; movie)
BBeam (naval architecture; width of hull)
BBaht (currency of Thailand)
BNova Scotia (Canada Post designation)
BBaume (relating to the propriety of hydrometer measurements)
BBacillus
BBaroness
BBowled
BBrazing
BTical (another name for baht, Thai currency)
BBillable
BBezier (spline curve)
BBearer Channel (ISDN)
BAt or Below (constrained altitude)
BBiocide
BBetaxolol (blood pressure drug)
BPanamanian Balboa (national currency)
BBombadier
BSemipostal (philatelic catalog prefix for non-standard stamps)
BButut (1/100 division of the dalasi, the Gambian currency)
BBarnabites (religious order)
BMagnetic Field Density (physics)
BBetopic (same as Betaxolol)
BBanknote Corporation of America (philatelic mark for company stamps)
BB computer language (Ken Thompson; predecessor to C)
BBone Marrow-Derived Lymphocyte
Bcross-over barrier pattern (US DoD)
BFederal Reserve Bank of New York City (designates original spot of circulation of a bill)
BBordetella Bacterium
BSwitzerland Postmark (for letters going to Sardinia)
BUS Domestic Stamp Rate (18 cents, issued 15 May 1981)
References in classic literature ?
At nine o'clock the bank opened and began to pay the waiting throng; but then, what good did that do Marija, who saw three thousand people before her--enough to take out the last penny of a dozen banks?
It was about dark now; so I dropped the canoe down the river under some willows that hung over the bank, and waited for the moon to rise.
Dig--dig--dig--until an impatient movement from one of the two passengers would admonish him to pull up the window, draw his arm securely through the leathern strap, and speculate upon the two slumbering forms, until his mind lost its hold of them, and they again slid away into the bank and the grave.
The old woman counselled her to go to the mill-pond the next full moon and play upon a golden flute, and then to lay the flute on the bank.
But at last he managed to stagger out on the bank and deposit his unwieldy load.
There was much to be done: his portmanteau to be packed, a credit to be got from the bank where he was a wealthy customer, and certain offices to be transacted for that other bank in which he was an humble clerk; and it chanced, in conformity with human nature, that out of all this business it was the last that came to be neglected.
At a sign from him the anchor was dropped, but the chain scarcely ran, for it was little more than a yard deep, and this spot was one of the highest points of the bank of pintadines.
Oh," replied Stuart, "the Bank will lose the money.
On the bank of the river the executioner approached Milady, and bound her hands and feet.
On the third morning they descried some persons at a distance on the river bank.
Forthwith the hero left his spear upon the bank, leaning it against a tamarisk bush, and plunged into the river like a god, armed with his sword only.
Along each bank, for the whole fifteen miles, extended a stripe, one hundred yards in breadth, of a deep rusty brown, indicating an inexhaustible bed of iron, through the center of which the Missouri had worn its way.