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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)
BKBosnia-Herzegovina
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)
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
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 ?
The power of establishing uniform laws of bankruptcy is so intimately connected with the regulation of commerce, and will prevent so many frauds where the parties or their property may lie or be removed into different States, that the expediency of it seems not likely to be drawn into question.
It was with greater satisfaction that they welcomed his success, since Perkins and Cooper had fallen upon evil days: Cooper drank like a fish, and just before Tom Perkins took his degree the linendrapers filed their petition in bankruptcy.
France achieved similar imbecilities; Germany was, if possible worse; Russia under the waste and stresses of militarism festered towards bankruptcy and decay.
Opposite to him was a Peer who was even then engaged in threading the meshes of the Bankruptcy Court, what did they care for that?
Only it will be that or the bankruptcy court before long
While this bankruptcy of the Circling Brothers had been the greatest financial achievement of Harris Collin's life, nevertheless he enjoyed no mean permanent income from his plant, and, in addition, split fees with the owners of his board animals when he sent them to the winter Hippodrome shows, and, more often than not, failed to split any fee at all when he rented the animals to moving-picture companies.
While I was being removed to the bankruptcy court, my uncle in the soap and candle trade was being removed to the other world.
And here I am, unknown and unemployed, a helpless artist lost in London--with a sick wife and hungry children, and bankruptcy staring me in the face.
In Rabourdin's system the State exacted no money security; he allowed only mortgage securities; and for this reason: Either the State holds the security in specie, and that embarrasses business and the movement of money; or it invests it at a higher rate than the State itself pays, and that is a contemptible robbery; or else it loses on the transaction, and that is folly; moreover, if it is obliged at any time to dispose of a mass of these securities it gives rises in certain cases to terrible bankruptcy.
Always magnanimous and the soul of honor, Scott refused to take advantage of the bankruptcy laws, himself assumed the burden of the entire debt, and set himself the stupendous task of paying it with his pen.
Bankruptcy and repudiation are the springboards from which much of our civilization vaults and turns its somersets, but the savage stands on the unelastic plank of famine.
That they were gone was clear; and the bankruptcy proceedings which followed were like a sinister farce, bursts of laughter in a setting of mute anguish--that of the depositors; hundreds of thousands of them.