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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 ?
As he plunged struggling onward through brush and brake, he heard the tread of some one in pursuit.
Fear not; I will abide here, and if thou dost not cry `Alack-a-day' ere long time is gone, may I never more peep through the brake at a fallow deer.
Then perhaps the bell would jam or a brake fail to act on a hill; or the seat-pillar would get loose, and the saddle drop three or four inches with a disconcerting bump; or the loose and rattling chain would jump the cogs of the chain-wheel as the machine ran downhill, and so bring the mechanism to an abrupt and disastrous stop without at the same time arresting the forward momentum of the rider; or a tyre would bang, or sigh quietly, and give up the struggle for efficiency.
His keen ears caught the whining of brake shoes on wheels and a few minutes later the signal blast for brakes off.
A long saloon carriage, with a guard's brake behind and an engine in front, was waiting there.
Already his foot was on the brake of the car; they were drawing near the plain, five-barred gates.
You'll be gettin' into serious trouble some of these days if you don't put a brake on," said he.
There was no brake to stop him, unless the soft end of his nose be considered the brake, for it was his nose that brought his body to rest inside the crate.
At the same moment, laying on his whip, and standing up to his task, the coal driver rushed horses and waggon squarely in front of the advancing procession, pulled the horses up sharply, and put on the big brake.
When they apply the brake to a train, the train comes to a stop; but what becomes of the motion which it had previously possessed?
The wounded deer dragging its fainting limbs to some untrodden brake, there to gaze upon the arrow which had pierced it, and to die, was but a type of me.
Hastings yelled, putting on the brake and gathering his horses in to a stop alongside.