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BIBSBerkeley Internet Broadcasting System
BIBSBlow-in-Blanket System (home insulation)
BIBSBrno International Business School (est. 1998; Czech Republic)
BIBSBerkeley Internet Broadcasting System (University of California, Berkeley; Berkeley, CA)
BIBSBuilt-In Breathing System
BIBSBengal Institute of Business Studies (India)
BIBSBath Investment Building Society (UK)
BIBSBlackened Iron Bastard Sword (Everquest)
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Ahead of the official reveal of the guide's Michelin star recipients next week, the people behind it have announced the latest winners of "The Bib", which recognises those restaurants offering high-quality food that is value for money.
Ingenious also to Sarenas' bibs are how they do away with sizing.
Dawn Elizabeth Howe created a long-sleeved weaning bib for little Emily to protect against spillages and stains - and within weeks of launching it for sale on she is already generating interest from as far away as Europe, South Africa and the US.
"Either that or when you are on the start line run with a different coloured bib on."
Seeking a practical, affordable, and stylish solution, the couple designed a special bib guaranteed to preserve outfits and reduce the weekly volume of laundry.
Cyclone has bibs with the word Polite rather than Police on them.
Those outed for running with false bibs say they didn't mean any offense.
"It's my bris and I'll cry if I want to!" and "Grandma's little matzah ball" are probably the only bibs that aren't particularly offensive, with other's reading "Future Mah Jongg player", "Future Lawyer" and "Future Doctor." To further perpetuate stereotypes, the "Future lawyer" bib has a dollar bill pattern featured, while the "Future Doctor" one has coins.
1) Featuring a star print sleepsuit, stripe bodysuit and appliqued bib, this bundle is ideal for dressing little ones this Christmas.
Sarah Jane leather bibs were launched in early 2008.
In fact, tests have detected lead in a wide variety of PVC consumer products, including toys, lunch boxes, baby bibs, jewelry, garden hoses, miniblinds, Christmas trees and home electronics.