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BITSBackground Intelligent Transfer Service
BITSBack in the Saddle
BITSBuilding Integrated Timing Supply (SONET/SDH)
BITSBug in the System
BITSBerlin Information-center for Transatlantic Security
BITSBureau International du Tourisme Social (French: International Bureau of Social Tourism)
BITSBanking Industry Technology Secretariat
BITSBasic IT Skills (University of Nottingham course)
BITSBirla Institute of Technology and Sciences
BITSBioinformatics Italian Society
BITSBureau of Information Technology
BITSBroker ITS (New York Stock Exchange)
BITSBase Information Transfer System
BITSBuilding Integrated Timing System (AT&T)
BITSBristol Information Technology Society
BITSBuilding-Integrated Timing Source (interface)
BITSBattlefield Information Transmission System
BITSBusiness Information Tracking System
BITSBoyne Island/Tannum Sands (QLD, Australia)
BITSBuilt-In Test System (aircraft maintenance diagnostics)
BITSBasic International Telecommunications Services
BITSBachelor of Information Technology and Security (Baker College)
BITSBarr Information Technology Services
BITSBrilliant IT Solutions (Pakistan)
BITSBuilt-In Integrated Timing Supply (Tektronix)
BITSBattle View Image Transmission System
BITSBillable Traffic Study (Sprint)
BITSBlythe Island Technical Services
BITSBroad IT Services (FAA Office of Research and Acquisitions)
BITSBattlefield Information Transport System
BITSBase Internodal Timing System
BITSBump in the Stacks
BITSBusiness and Information Technology School (Germany)
BITSBusiness and Information Technology Solutions (Kuwait)
BITSBrilliant IT (Information Technology) Solutions (Peterborough, UK)
BITSBurning in the Skies (Linkin Park song)
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At that moment more water came into the gutter; it streamed over the edges and washed the bit of bottle-glass away.
She was seated beside her little fire (consisting of a few red cinders and a bit of stick), busily knitting, with a small sackcloth cushion at her feet, placed for the accommodation of her gentle friend the cat, who was seated thereon, with her long tail half encircling her velvet paws, and her half-closed eyes dreamily gazing on the low, crooked fender.
But what interested me most was the slender figure of a dainty girl, clad only in a thin bit of muslin which scarce covered her knees--a bit of muslin torn and ragged about the lower hem.
You may laugh if you want to, Miss Rose, I know my things are queer, and that's why I hide 'em; but I don't mind since you've found me out, and I ain't a bit ashamed except of being so backward at my age," said Phebe humbly, though her cheeks grew redder as she washed out some crooked capitals with a tear or two not yet dried upon the slate.
And jist wid that in cum'd the little willian himself, and then he made me a broth of a bow, and thin he said he had ounly taken the liberty of doing me the honor of the giving me a call, and thin he went on to palaver at a great rate, and divil the bit did I comprehind what he wud be afther the tilling me at all at all, excipting and saving that he said "pully wou, woolly wou," and tould me, among a bushel o' lies, bad luck to him, that he was mad for the love o' my widdy Misthress Tracle, and that my widdy Mrs.
I don't eat such things myself, for a bit o' bread's what I like from one year's end to the other; but men's stomichs are made so comical, they want a change--they do, I know, God help 'em.
She was a good deal frightened by this very sudden change, but she felt that there was no time to be lost, as she was shrinking rapidly; so she set to work at once to eat some of the other bit.
They seem to keep a specially cutting east wind, waiting for me, when I go to bathe in the early morning; and they pick out all the three-cornered stones, and put them on the top, and they sharpen up the rocks and cover the points over with a bit of sand so that I can't see them, and they take the sea and put it two miles out, so that I have to huddle myself up in my arms and hop, shivering, through six inches of water.
Tulliver after a pause, "what I'm a bit afraid on is, as Tom hasn't got the right sort o' brains for a smart fellow.
The major commanded a halt by merely halting, and, evidently himself a bit "skeered," rode on alone to reconnoiter.
I scored the bit about the Child with my pencil, and put a morsel of paper for a mark to keep the place; "Lie you there," I said, "till the marriage of Mr.
Oh, just to be alive, to be living and doing, to be the biggest bit of the ferment to the end, to eat you.