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  • abc ABC gets closer to true costs in these areas by turning many costs that standard cost accounting views as indirect costs essentially into direct costs.
  • ac Atque ita rescripserunt, declararunt ac servandum omnino mandarunt.
  • ba He blesses me in letting me be grateful to you as your Ba.
  • baa Not soon after, Calverly would join the BAA.
  • baccy An' sent the pipe and baccy for a birthday present, to make a blushin' fool o' me?
  • bach Bach in Grove's Dictionary, vol.
  • back Come nearer and turn your back."
  • bag You find your own bag.
  • baht Morocco, with its 5-dirhams coin in 1987; France, with a 10-francs coin in 1992; Monaco, with a 10 francs; Thailand, with a 10 baht, in 1988; and Hong Kong, with a $10 coin, in 1993, Hungary, with a 100-forint coin in 1996, and Brazil with the 1 real coin
  • bake She particularly requested that Aggie should not bake a cake for the picnic, as has been her custom.
  • baku There is a great dash of the gambling element in the oil-well business at Baku.
  • bar Bar Shalmon was startled.
  • bark It was a fine large old tree, with a white bark, long smooth white thorns, and dark-green undeciduous foliage.
  • bash With this he stalked off, and I could not run after him to bash his head, because what he said was perfectly true.
  • basic That's the most basic robot command."
  • batch And thus after four months and a half a theological decree, or rather a batch of decrees and doctrinal decisions, will be brought to a successful issue, and the first ripe fruit plucked from the hitherto barren tree of the Council, so that there will be something in black and white to carry home.
  • bath Lemonade ain't a drink: it's a bath."
  • bay The hills were where the bay ought to be.
  • be To be sure not.
  • beach He was pointing to something on the beach, which seemed to have been washed in by the tide.
  • beacon Moreover the Indiaman was now a blazing beacon, the light from which would be distinctly visible at a distance of at least thirty or forty miles in every direction, and would be sure to attract attention should any craft be in the neighbourhood, probably leading to her steering in our direction as soon as a breeze should spring up; in which case we might all hope to be picked up.
  • bead There were the four beads and half a bead and the green jade leaves.
  • beady The sleeper is a mink, and its sleep is a sham with beady, red eyes blinking a deal too lively for real death.
  • beak Its prow was curved like a bird's beak.
  • beaker A chemist may work with a few grains of a substance in a beaker, or test-tube, or crucible, and after several solutions, precipitations, fusions and dryings, may find by final weighing that he has not lost any appreciable amount, but how much is an appreciable amount?
  • beam He caught MacDraoi then and turned him head below heels and left him hanging by his feet from a beam across the chamber.
  • bean Miss Bean completed Jessie's embarrassment by critically scrutinizing her from head to foot, then asking suddenly,- "Do they dress much out in.
  • bear "I do not believe I can bear this.
  • beard Slingerland stroked his beard thoughtfully.
  • beat Gordon had wondered why Izzy had been pulled off the beat.
  • beau Beau read it over and over again, his blood firing with honest indignation.
  • beaut
  • beck
  • bee
  • beech
  • beg
  • beggar
  • beige
  • berg
  • berk
  • beta
  • beth
  • bethe
  • bey
  • bk
  • black
  • blah
  • bleak
  • boa
  • bock
  • break
  • buck
  • ec
  • Bah And when the refolution come-bah-he vill have the iron hand!
  • Beaus
  • Begat
  • Began
  • Becky
  • Beulah
  • Bela
  • Beaks I perceived the yellow beaks, the bulging eyelids of two tiny larks, and the blue lines of their wing quills.
  • Bears We talked about bears.
  • BIA
  • BIC
  • BC The BC Treaty Referendum was a province-wide referendum on First Nations treaty rights in British Columbia, Canada.
  • BBC I'm Sorry I Haven't a Christmas Carol (2003), a Christmas special for the BBC Radio 4 panel game I'm Sorry I Havent a Clue, with central character Ebenezer Scrumph (Humphrey Lyttelton) and assistant Colin Crotchet (Colin Sell).
  • BX
  • BETCHA
  • discommending
  • unwasteful
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