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BPBeyond Petroleum (formerly British Petroleum)
BPBlood Pressure (medical)
BPBoiling Point
BPBarometric Pressure
BPBasis Point (finance; 0.01%)
BPBlocking Probability (telephony)
BPBritish Petroleum (oil company)
BPBackpack (gaming)
BPBack Pack
BPBrown Pride
BPBinding Protein
BPBorder Patrol (US)
BPBishop
BPBudapest (Hungary)
BPBiophysics (various organizations)
BPBase Pair (nucleic acids)
BPBusiness Plan
BPBusiness Partner
BPBrad Pitt (actor)
BPBlock Party
BPBattery Pack
BPOur Party (Turkish Cypriot Area)
BPBypass
BPBits and Pieces
BPBipolar Disorder
BPBlueprint
BPBritish Pound
BPBusiness Park
BPBest Practice
BPBaptized
BPBullet Proof
BPBench Press (fitness)
BPSolomon Islands
BPBuying Power (finance)
BPBlack Power
BPBall Python (herpetoculture)
BPBeautiful People
BPBaden-Powell (founder of the boy scout movement)
BPBusiness Professional
BPBoard Policy
BPBeer Pong
BPBanque Populaire (French bank)
BPBase Plate
BPBelief Propagation (decoding)
BPBullpen (baseball)
BPBalance of Payments
BPBirthplace
BPBack Propagation
BPBatting Practice
BPBandpass
BPBachelor Party
BPBoat People (people escaping Vietnam by boat after 1975)
BPBack Pocket (Australian football position)
BPBoston Pizza (Canada)
BPBanco de Portugal (Portuguese Central Bank)
BPBlack Powder
BPBenzo(a)pyrene (hydrocarbon)
BPBack Pressure
BPBusiness Practice
BPBagpipe
BPBryant Park (New York)
BPBaseball Prospectus
BPBusiness and Professional
BPBlack Panthers
BPBrad Paisley (country music artist)
BPBreakpoint
BPBlack Pearl
BPBorderline Personality
BPBoilerplate
BPBatch Processing
BPBad Publicity
BPBlue Peter (UK TV show)
BPBaptist Press
BPBharat Petroleum
BPBoîte Postale (French: Postal Box)
BPBrowse Product
BPBack Projection
BPBarber Pole
BPBase Point
BPBig Planet (national ISP)
BPBlackplanet.com
BPBand Practice
BPBacterial Production
BPBase Power (gaming)
BPBreastplate (armor)
BPBefore Present
BPBullpup (weapon)
BPBande Passante (French: Bandwidth)
BPBell's Palsy (aka Acute Idiopathic Facial Palsy)
BPBasso Profundo (music)
BPBolivar Peninsula (near Galveston Island, TX, USA)
BPBritish Pharmacopoeia (medicinal standards collection; UK)
BPBlister Pack
BPBorland Pascal (successor to Borland Turbo Pascal)
BPBuilding Partnerships
BPBudget Project
BPBackup Path
BPBeyond Pesticides
BPBullous Pemphigoid (skin disease)
BPBallet Philippines
BPBundespolizei (German: federal police)
BPBase Page
BPBanque Paribas
BPBasement Party
BPBase Pointer
BPBattle Planning
BPBaseline Plan
BPBig Pun (rapper)
BPBayernpartei (German Party)
BPBinging/Purging
BPBrass Plum (company/division of Nordstrom)
BPBuild Plan
BPBlowpipe (old anti-aircraft weapon)
BPBinding Post
BPBearing Point
BPBundespost (German postal service)
BPBooster Pump
BPBudget Program
BPBritish Patent
BPBackward Process
BPBest Papers
BPBlack Plate (steel)
BPBrake Power
BPBill of Particulars
BPBenny Parsons (former Nascar Driver)
BPBurst Pressure
BPBuilding Paper (construction)
BPBollard Pull
BPBadge Points (gaming)
BPBill Period
BPBattle Position
BPBehavioral Psychologist
BPBubble Project
BPBatas Pambansa (National Law, Philippines)
BPBowel Program (medical)
BPBillposter
BPBanjo Pilot (game)
BPBrilliant Pebbles
BPBoundary Point
BPBad Payer
BPBritish Primary (school)
BPBlocking Position
BPBills Payable
BPBiological Processing
BPBrutal Planet (music album)
BPBillpoint (payment method)
BPBandwidth Protection
BPBrioche Pasquier (French baked goods company)
BPBootstrap Probability
BPBloque Popular (Spanish: Popular Bloc, Honduras)
BPBoost Pump
BPBooklet Pane (philately)
BPBlade Pro
BPBuddyProfile (AIM chat)
BPBoogiepop Phantom (anime)
BPBeginning Period
BPBuried Penis
BPBoundary Post (UK maps)
BPBronze Point (bullet type)
BPBritish Pathé
BPBermuda Plan (accommodation)
BPBlood Point (RPG Vampire the Masquerade, produced by White-Wolf)
BPAir Botswana Corporation (IATA airline code)
BPBow Pulpit (nautical measure)
BPZwart Buskruit (propellant)
BPBlock Parity
BPBreak-Up Point
BPBonum Publicum (Latin: the Public Good)
BPBeef Palace (National Western Stock Show, Denver, CO)
BPBilling Percentage
BPBattlefield Position
BPBreaching Point
BPBonding Protocol (ISDN)
BPBrown-Proschan (repair model)
BPBorrowed Personnel
BPBase/Basic Pay
BPBatch Prep (program utility)
BPBinary Phoenix (website)
BPBucket Processing (image processing)
BPBekleder-Parachutepakker
BPBuginesia Program
BPBaloola Palooza (entertainment news website)
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In his "third experiment," Iceland spar was burnt to lime with the use of a blowpipe. In that same year, 1669, Nicolaus Steno (1636-1686) published his book, De Solido intra Solidum Naturaliter Contento Dissertationis Prodromus, also in Copenhagen.
Today, they hardly use the blowpipe anymore, because they have homemade shotguns with barrels made of iron water pipe, which exactly fit 12-gauge shotgun cartridges.
Now, the molten glass will be attached to a stainless steel or iron rod called a punty for shaping and transferring the hollow piece from the blowpipe to provide an opening and to finalise the top.
The duties of the men here are simple: make huts (without roofs), make blowpipes, go hunting and mate.
Maniq maintain the use of their traditional toolkit, including blowpipe and poison-tipped arrows, to hunt and gather, and trade in forest products, especially medicinal herbs and plants, for which there is a strong demand from lowlanders.
He creates colorful, imaginative objects our of glass by blowing air into a blowpipe. Yes, this is dangerous!
Petersen and Karsten Secher, "The Minerals of Greenland" (Mar/Apr) 1994 Ulrich Burchard, "History and Apparatus of Blowpipe Analysis" (Jul/Aug) 1995 Michael Menzies, "The Mineralogy, Geology and Occurrence of Topaz" (Jan/Feb) 1996 Mirjan Zorz, "The Hyalophane Occurrence at Zagradski Potok near Busovaca, Bosnia and Hercegovina" (Sept/ Oct) 1997 Alan Goldstein, "The Illinois-Kentucky Fluorite District" (Jan/Feb) 1998 Thomas Moore, Bryan K.
After breathing a small bubble into molten glass affixed to a long blowpipe, he rotates the pipe to create a basic fish form.
The material is blown through a blowpipe up to 200 feet (61 meters) from the mill to be stored in a pile.
He collected a substantial number of mineralogical specimens, and was aided by Swedish experts in the chemical analysis of minerals (by means of the blowpipe, a sort of early bunsen burner).
Stinger, the British Blowpipe, the Soviet SAM-7, and the Swedish RBS-70.
After firing the furnace and melting the pieces together, Sherbert gathers the molten glob on the end of his long, narrow blowpipe. He blows a short burst of air down the pipe, turning the soft lump into a small, glowing bubble.