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- acme The fame of all this went forth into the world, and Atlanta Penitentiary, its warden, its guards, and its cooks shine in penal annals as the acme and ideal of modern humanitarian ideas upon the reclamation of convicts through gentleness and love, and a full stomach.
- back I am always back by ten." He dared the lightning in the lightning's track, And answered thunder with his thunder back. – Frederick Douglass by Paul Laurence Dunbar
- backer "Have I got a backer?
- ballgame For the Aztecs the playing of the ballgame also had religious significance, but where the 16th-century K´iche´ Maya saw the game as a battle between the lords of the underworld and their earthly adversaries, their Aztec contemporaries may have seen it as a battle of the sun, personified by Huitzilopochtli, against the forces of night, led by the moon and the stars, and represented by the goddess Coyolxauhqui and Coatlicues sons the 400 Huitznahuah.
- baum Baum was first outmanoeuvred, surrounded, and forced to surrender by John Stark, after a hot fight, in which Baum was mortally wounded.
- beacon When the beacon was bearing southeast he rang the engine-room bell. Like a ship trying to fix on a beacon I learned how to sigh On the ribbon and wires It's a habit that's so hard to weaken – Love On The Air by David Gilmour
- beagle Under canvas, with a fair wind, they easily make ten knots an hour; and as they have such a wind for the remainder of the day, are carried into the Beagle Channel without need of wetting an oar. I fly like a hawk, or better yet an eagle A seagull, I sniff suckers out like a beagle – Make Some Noise (Cornelius Remix) by beastie boys
- beak Look at him perched on that branch wonderin' where it'd be best to put that twig he's got in his beak." With barren words and flatteries of the weak. In what land do the powerless turn the beak – Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin by William Butler Yeats
- beaker Pour into a beaker of water, stir a moment with a glass rod and let settle.
- beam I saw his great trunk fly up like a brown beam, and I waited no longer.