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BHBank Holiday (UK)
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BHBiblical Hebrew (language studies)
BHBüstenhalter (German: Brassiere)
BHBohrium (element 107)
BHBusiness Hours
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BHBlack History
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BHBasset Hound
BHBlackheart (Capcom/Marvel Character)
BHBloomington Hospital (Bloomington, IN)
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BHBio Hazard (aka Resident Evil in US, video game)
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BHBenny Hinn
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BHBlack Head (turkey histomoniasis)
BHBand Heterotopia (neurology)
BHBondholder
BHBedford Hills (New York)
BHBill of Health
BHBlue Heeler (dog breed)
BHBoss Hog (band)
BHBumrungrad Hospital (Bangkok, Thailand)
BHBusy Hour
BHButterfly House
BHBlue Hair
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BHBadge of Honour (British Red Cross Society)
BHButt Head
BHBritish Heritage (magazine)
BHBeat Happening (indie rock band)
BHBilly Hatcher (video game)
BHBBC Broadcasting House
BHBreatheHeavy.com (Britney Spears fan website)
BHBaruch Hashem (Hebrew: Blessed is God)
BHBlackman-Harris (microwave pulse)
BHBalmoral Hall
BHBinary to Hexadecimal
BHBobby Henderson (founder of Pastafarianism)
BHBlizzhackers (gaming)
BHBinder Head (screw)
BHBoruch Hashem (blessed is god)
BHBridge Hampton
BHBoxed Heart (forest products industry)
BHBath & Hammondsport Railroad Company
BHBad Hank (King of the Hill character)
BHBrinnel Hardness
BHBegleiter Hund (German: Companion Dog)
BHBig Habitat
BHBolt Hole Break (railway defect)
BHBarossa Health (South Australia)
BHBlackhawk Helicopter (UH-60) (Army)
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The current world land speed record of 763.035 mph was set over 20 years ago by a British team including Bloodhound LSR driver Andy Green.
Under the ownership of Ian Warhurst, CEO of Grafton LSR, the freshly assembled Bloodhound LSR (Land Speed Record) team will focus on completing development of the jet- and rocket-powered car and moving to the next phase of the programme--high speed testing--as soon as possible.
Bloodhound was founded in 2007 with plans to race the car in the deserts of South Africa.
Project Bloodhound aims to hit speeds of 1,000mph at a specially built 18km long, 1,500m wide race track in the deserts of the Northern Cape of South Africa.
As part of its support of the ground-breaking project, Avon is supplying tyres suitable for desert use to Bloodhound's essential support vehicles and is also looking to produce a rubber tyre for runway testing of the land speed record car.
In October, Bloodhound, which is driven by ex-RAF fighter pilot Andy Green, reached 200mph during trials at Cornwall Airport in Newquay.
Ask the current land speed record holder how it feels to drive Bloodhound, and after a quick "great" he will tell you about the car's unique blend of aerospace and automotive engineering.
Bloodhound SSC is designed to reach 1,000mph in a bid to set a record that cannot be beaten by existing technology.
Utilizing Sierra Wireless AirPrime LTE embedded modules, AirLink gateways, management services and technical support, the BLOODHOUND car will be able to send and receive critical data, including live streaming video feeds during its test runs in the UK and the subsequent attempts at the world land speed record in South Africa.
Unveiled in London, UK, the Bloodhound SSC (supersonic car) has been built to become the first land vehicle to achieve 1,000mph.
After seven years of development, a new race car called the Bloodhound is hitting the road.