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BY-Intercept (from the equation y = mx + b)
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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)
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Upon his appointment Girardelli stated, "On my first run on Bomber skis I was enthusiastically surprised by the quality and craftsmanship.
Black satin adds a touch of glamour if you're using your bomber for night-time cover (right) - Black satin bomber, PS19.
For more information on Canada s role in Bomber Command and the Bomber Command Bar, to apply online for the honour or to download a hardcopy of the application form, please visit veterans.
In another incident, police nabbed a suicide bomber with explosives packed vest on Wednesday night in the Meharabad area on the outskirts of Tirinkot, the provincial capital of Uruzgan, police spokesman Farid Aial said.
Police intercepted a suicide bomber who strapped explosive in his body and intended to target a police department in the second precinct of Kandahar city this morning but the bomber detonated his device killing self and injured a passerby civilian," the statement said.
The inadvertent flight of a half-dozen nuclear-tipped cruise missiles from Minot AFB, North Dakota, to Barksdale AFB, Louisiana, in 2007 demonstrated, from a nuclear perspective, just how wrong the change in bomber culture had gone.
Roles were reversed a minute later as the Bombers played short-handed as Simon Hehir sat out a two-minute charging call.
Such Russian bomber flights were common during the Cold War, but this is the first time Russian Tupolevs have flown over or interacted with a US carrier since 2004.
The second point is to notice if there is a suicide bomber close to you and warn people around you if there is and take cover before they detonate.
A suicide bomber blew himself up after injuring three policemen in shooting and a grenade attack when checked from entering the Islamabad International Airport on Tuesday night, police and eyewitness said.
TERRORISTS HAVE BEEN A HOLLYWOOD STAPLE SINCE Hitchcock introduced the mad bomber in Sabotage (1936) and unleashed foreign sleeper agents on American landmarks in Saboteur (1942).
Two historians are disputing the claim that America's first Black fighter pilots never lost a bomber to enemy fire during World War II.