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BKTBracket
BKTBruttokansantuote (Finnish GDP)
BKTBasket
BKTBak Kut Teh (Chinese soup)
BKTBooklet
BKTBanka Kombëtare Tregtare (Albanian: National Commercial Bank)
BKTBankinter SA (stock symbol; Spain)
BKTBrook Trout (fish)
BKTBlackstone, Virginia (airport code)
BKTBlinker Tube
BKTBlack Rock Income Trust (stock symbol)
References in classic literature ?
He compared the writing in the bracket with the writing of the certificate placed beneath Morrel's petition, and discovered that the note in the bracket was the some writing as the certificate -- that is to say, was in Villefort's handwriting.
No one but an acrobat or a sailor could have got up to that bell-rope from the bracket, and no one but a sailor could have made the knots with which the cord was fastened to the chair.
There was a roughly painted iron bedstead, two gray cotton curtains were suspended from a wooden bracket above it, and a threadbare strip of carpet lay at the foot; it was like a bed in a hospital.
At a dark turn under a gas bracket whose flame was half turned down his self-confidence abandoned him altogether.
A single light was burning from a bracket in the wall, insufficient to illuminate the empty spaces, but enough to keep him from stumbling.
Shelf, bracket, locker, hook, and drawer were equally within reach, and were equally contrived with a view to avoiding waste of room, and providing some snug inches of stowage for something that would have exactly fitted nowhere else.
A bronze dragon nailed by the tail to a bracket writhed away from the wall in calm convolutions, and held, between the conventional fury of its jaws, a crude gas flame that resembled a butterfly.
Leaving the lamp on a bracket on the landing, she opened a door, and went in, accompanied by the sceptical guest.
The business was of too modest a character to support a life-size Highlander, but it maintained a little one on a bracket on the door-post, who looked like a fallen Cherub that had found it necessary to take to a kilt.
He rubbed them twice or thrice, but still they insisted that Quilp was there, and there indeed he was, sitting with his hands upon his knees, and his hat between them on a little wooden bracket, with the accustomed grin on his dirty face, and his eyes fixed upon the ceiling.
See the cunning brackets to hold candles, and the nice green sild, puckered up, with a gold rose in the middle, and the pretty rack and stool, all complete," added Meg, opening the instrument and displaying its beauties.
Within the RATHHAUS were a number of huge wild boars' heads, preserved, and mounted on brackets along the wall; they bore inscriptions telling who killed them and how many hundred years ago it was done.