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  • aba From 1967 through 1976, the American Basketball Association (ABA) used a distinctive red, white and blue basketball that is still seen from time to time.
  • ba Dear, dear Ba, your adorable goodness sinks into me till it nearly pains,-so exquisite and strange is the pleasure: so you care for me, and think of me, and write to me! Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba Hey hey hey yea yea – Hopeless by Dionne Farris
  • bib The Baptist Church was organized in British Columbia in 1877. Index: W First founded in Fredericton, 1813, 10; represented by one member in Legislative Council, 69. Bib.
  • cuba Nowhere is that more true than it is in Cuba.
  • fib There are men who fib with so bad a grace and with so little tact that they might as well not fib at all.
  • gibe There was a bitter gibe in the father's voice, and he added: "It's a good thing she's goin' abroad-if she'll stay there.
  • gila The said James, with an ill-concealed grin, stooped to his task; and thus, in mortification, wrath, and ignominy, did Gila descend to her waiting limousine.
  • giza In 1892, the collections were moved to a former royal palace, in the Giza district of Cairo.
  • jib She held down her head for a minute or two, and then suddenly, as it were, rallying, she cried out, "The boat is laboring too much for'ard, Loony; set the jib on her!"
  • jibe In his rage the little man became hysterical, and the more he scolded the less important, while the swaying spear emphasised increasing agitation, but brought him neither humility nor jibe, for the race does not intentionally relieve its drama with comedy.
  • kama This world, or condition of existence for more ethereal beings, has been variously called Spirit-world, Summer-land, Astral-world, Hades, Kama-loca, or Desire-world, etc.
  • kb Arcade Card Duo – 16 Mbit RAM (2048 kB) – RAM upgrade exclusively for the Super CD-ROM² System and PC Engine Duo consoles.
  • kebab Cherry kebab is a stew-like preparation.
  • kick Do-kick me-anything you choose!
  • kid Oh, I've known him since he was a kid....
  • kidd I'm Captain Kidd, and you must never speak to me without saluting,-so.
  • kiev Kiev is the headquarters of the IX. Army Corps, and of a metropolitan of the Orthodox Greek Church.
  • kilo It was the longest and coldest spell ever known in Kilo, and it hung on and hung on until the entire hen population of Eastern Iowa became disgusted and went on a strike.
  • kin They searched out the space-fitness cards, which bore old dates, and addresses of next of kin.
  • kine For it was a time of the year that brought great changes to the world of kine.
  • king "Of a king, I tell you.
  • kiowa Time was when Kiowa used to beat us and look bored about it, but that was all in the misty past.
  • kip Yes, Kip, who wants it?
  • kirk Following my worthy genitor's advice, I watched for May Walker, the next Sabbath, as she left the kirk after the afternoon's service.
  • kiss Come, come, a good lover's kiss!
  • kit For the larger his kit, the less benefit he will have of it.
  • kite The wind blew hard upon the kite, and pulled as though to catch it away, so Katipah twisted the cord once or twice round her waist that she might keep the safer hold over it.
  • kith When I say the town was dull, I mean, of course, that the inhabitants were unenterprising, for in itself Muddleton was a picturesque place, and though it laboured under the usual disadvantage of a dearth of bachelors and a superfluity of spinsters, it might have been pleasant enough had it not been a favourite resort for my kith and kin.
  • kiwi Kiwi Travel International Airlines operating as Kiwi Airlines between New Zealand and Australia (1994-1996)
  • kola Opium, Tobacco, Indian Hemp, Betel Nut, and Alcohol; and others are used in a less degree, such as Coca, Kola Nut, Thorn Apple, Cocculus Indicus, Intoxicating Toadstool, Deadly Nightshade, Henbane, Rhododendron, Azalea, Emetic Holly, Bearded Darnel, etc. The first five among those human pleasers and human destroyers are-
  • mba It was one of the first business schools to offer an MBA and Master of Information Systems dual degree.
  • nib The fluid clung to the steel nib thinly; he went on writing with it, between the lines of ink:
  • rib I'm going to stand behind you with one of my guns tucked under your fifth rib.
  • tibia The artery will now appear pulsating at a situation an inch from the edge of the tibia.
  • tuba Tuba is the fresh or mildly fermented sap drawn from the inflorescence of the cocoanut.
  • Lib General, dec 7, lib.
  • Kaaba It is a curious fact that the "sacred stone" of the Mohammedans, in the Kaaba at Mecca, is a meteoric stone, and obtains its sacred character from the fact that it fell from heaven.
  • SBA The IMF Stand-By Arrangement (SBA) is an economic program of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) involving financial aid to a member state in need of financial assistance, normally arising from a financial crisis.
  • KGB In the period of the Vietnam War and Soviet-American détente, Angleton was convinced of the necessity of the war and believed that the strategic calculations underlying the resumption of relations with China were based on a deceptive KGB staging of the Sino-Soviet split.
  • vibe Carousel (1923 film), a Swedish film by Dimitri Buchowetzki Carousel (1937 film), German film starring Marika Röck Carousel (1967 film), a film adapted from the Hammerstein musical; starring Robert Goulet Carousel (film), 1956 film by Henry King adapted from the 1945 musical Music Groups Carrousel (band), an indie band from Switzerland Albums Carrousel (album), a 1988 album by Enanitos Verdes Carousel (Leila K album) (1993) Carousel (Wizex album) (1978) Songs "Carousel" (Blink-182 song) "Carousel" (Linkin Park song) (1999) "Carousel" (Melanie Martinez song) (2014) "Carousel" (Vanessa Carlton song) "Carousel" or "La valse à mille temps", a song by Jacques Brel "Carousel", a song by Michael Jackson from the Thriller 2001 special edition album "Carousel", a track by Vibe Tribe from Wise Cracks Stage productions Carousel (ballet) or Carousel (A Dance), a ballet by Christopher Wheeldon Carousel (musical), a 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel (comics), Robert Sikoryaks long-running program Television Carousel (TV channel), a Russian television channel "Carousel", an episode of the television series Teletubbies Other arts, entertainment, and media Carousel (advertisement), a 2009 advertisement for Philips LCD televisions Carrousel (booklet), three short texts written by Vladimir Nabokov Carrousel, a fictional ritual in Logans Run
  • Kim Bermuda Progressive Labor Party or PLP [Ewart BROWN]; United Bermuda Party or UBP [Kim SWAN]
  • Kirby A note addressed to Mrs. Kirby-Levellier at the Countess Livia's house hard by was handed to him for instant despatch.
  • Gina Gina Zanetakos (Blacklister No.
  • Kara "Here you are, Mr. Meredith," said Kara.
  • Kia The Kia Sedona (Carnival) has received the 2007 MotorWeek "Best Minivan" award in its 2007 Drivers' Choice Awards and The Car Books 2007 "Best Bet" distinction.
  • Reba Megan Fox (actress), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Zach Galifianakis (actor), mother is of part Scotch-Irish descent Crystal Gayle (singer) Mel Gibson (actor) Summer Glau (actress, classically trained ballet dancer), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Edna Goodrich (Broadway and silent screen actress; Florodora girl) Martha Graham (dancer, choreographer) Moby (Musician, DJ, Vegan) small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Merle Haggard (musician) Barbara Hale (actress) Armie Hammer (actor), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Colton Haynes (actor) Smith Hart (wrestler) Bruce Hart (wrestler) Keith Hart (wrestler) Wayne Hart (referee) Dean Hart (wrestler) Bret Hart (wrestler) Ross Hart (wrestler) Diana Hart (wrestling valet) Owen Hart (wrestler) Kate Hudson (actress), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Oliver Hudson (actor), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Angelica Huston (actress) Danny Huston (actor) John Huston (director, actor) Michael Keaton (actor), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Burt Lancaster (actor) David Lynch (director), Scotch-Irish father Loretta Lynn (singer) Shirley MacLaine (actress, dancer, author), of part Scotch-Irish ancestry Steve Martin (actor) Frank McCown, aka Rory Calhoun (actor) Reba McEntire (singer, actress), of part Scotch-Irish ancestry Robert Mitchum (actor), of part Scotch-Irish ancestry Agnes Moorehead (actress) Mary-Louise Parker (actress), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Dolly Parton (country singer, songwriter, composer, author and actress), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Lou Diamond Phillips (actor), father was partly of Scotch-Irish ancestry Elvis Presley (musician, actor), of Scotch-Irish ancestry Burt Reynolds (actor), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Debbie Reynolds (actress) Christina Ricci (actress), of part Scotch-Irish ancestry Peter Sarsgaard (actor), small amount of Scotch-Irish ancestry Ricky Skaggs (singer) Richard St.
  • Kobe I must also express my indebtedness to friends in Japan, to Mr. W. B. Mason, who was so obliging and helpful when Mrs. Atkinson, her daughter and I arrived as strangers at Yokohama; also to Mr. Robert Young, who gave me copies of all the leading articles written by Hearn during the period of his engagement as sub-editor to the Kobe Chronicle and Japan Mail.
  • Kiel However this may be, Germany, who works out her destinies by preventive wars, and therefore never leaves the initiative to her enemies or rivals, precipitated a conflict which would, she believed, break out in any case within a couple of years, and for which no more auspicious moment could be chosen than the end of July 1914, after the Kiel Canal had been made navigable for her largest battleships and the harvest ingathered.
  • BIA In 2012 the school did not receive an annual grant which would allow it to fund Athna language and cultural programs, and it failed to receive Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) funds since the BIA had a 1995 rule preventing it from funding Alaska Native programs.
  • IBO Following the loss of his IBO belt, Booth spent almost two years away from the ring as he struggled with an alcohol addiction.
  • NBA Anderson (born September 20, 1993) is an American professional basketball player for the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
  • TBA Nyck @ Knight (with Nyck Caution) (2017) It Is What It Is (TBA) Instrumental Albums DUST (2016) Black Noise (2016) Nyck Caution Mixtapes The Pursuit, Vol.
  • Chiba is established and begins petrochemical operations at the Chiba Works.
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