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  • ab It was published by the learned librarian, the Ab . Fontani, with the eulogy of Vinci, ab ounding with information on his life and paintings, as well as on his designs attached to it. To this is added the eulogy of Stefano, and a Dissertation of Lami upon the Italian painters and sculptors who flourished between the tenth and the thirteenth centuries.
  • bb Oistins (Pronounced /ȯis-tins/ -- UN/LOCODE: BB OST), is a coastal area located in the country of Barbados.
  • db Bluntman and Chronic (2001) at the Grand Comics Database Bluntman and Chronic (2001) at the Comic Book DB
  • gb Canadian Doubles (C2) Ranking and Results - with Tina Brain Year Division Ranking/ Result 1982 Novice Promoted to Division 3 during the season 1982 3 Position 39 1983 3 Position 12 1984 3 Promoted to Division 2 during the season 1984 2 Position 18 1985 2 Promoted to Division 1 during the season 1985 1 Position 8 1986 1 Position 9 1987 1 Position 3 1988 1 Position 8 1989 1 Position 5 Canoe Polo Achievements Date Achievement 1991 Bere Forest Canoe Polo Team - National Pool Champions 1991 Selected for the GB Canoe Polo Squad 1992 Selected for Great Britain Mens Training Squad 1993 January – Played last match with Bere Forest – 4th in Division 1 League 1993 Selected for Great Britain Mens Training Squad 1993 2nd in Belgium International in the Great Britain Canoe Polo ‘B’ Team 1993 Aug West Midlands Regional Champions in the Wimps Canoe Polo Team 1994 Aug 1st in Men 1st Class at Ieper, Belgium International in the Wimps 1st Team 1995 Selected for the GB Canoe Polo Squad 1995 Apr Selected for GB Canoe Polo 'A Team as Vice Captain 1995 Sep 1st In European Championships Rome, Italy with GB 'A Canoe Polo Team 1995 Aug 1st in Men 1st Class at Ieper, Belgium International in the Wimps 1st Team 2010 Coach GB Senior Ladies Team - World Champions, Milan 2011 Coach GB Senior Ladies Team - European Champions, Madrid 2016 Coach GB Senior Ladies Team - World Championships Syracuse -6th
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  • lb Edward Burnworth carried 424 lb .
  • mb 35 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters Sherbrooke Hussars (armoured) (Sherbrooke) 12e Régiment blindé du Canada (Militia) (armoured) (Trois-Rivières) Le Régiment de la Chaudière (light infantry) (Lévis) Le Régiment du Saguenay (infantry) (Chicoutimi) Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke (infantry) (Sherbrooke) Les Fusiliers du St-Laurent (light infantry) (Rimouski) Les Voltigeurs de Québec (light infantry) (Quebec City) 6th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Lévis) 62nd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Shawinigan) 35 Combat Engineer Regiment (combat engineer) (Quebec City) 35 (Quebec) Service Battalion (service and support) (Quebec City) 71 Communications Group (Montreal) 712 Communication Squadron – Montreal 713 Communication Regiment – Beauport 714 Communication Squadron – Sherbrooke 2 Canadian Ranger Patrol Group – Richelain 3rd Canadian Division (formerly Land Force Western Area ) 3rd Canadian Division HQ (Edmonton, AB) 3rd Canadian Division Support Group (Edmonton, AB) 3rd Canadian Division Training Centre (Wainwright, AB) 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (Edmonton, AB) 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group and Signal Squadron (Edmonton, AB) 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (Shilo, MB) Lord Strathconas Horse (Edmonton, AB) 1st Battalion, Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, AB) 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, MB) 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, AB) 1 Combat Engineer Regiment (Edmonton, AB) 1 Service Battalion (Edmonton, AB) 38 Canadian Brigade Group 38 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters (Winnipeg, Manitoba) The Saskatchewan Dragoons (armoured) (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) The Fort Garry Horse (armoured) (Winnipeg, Manitoba) The Royal Regina Rifles (light infantry) (Regina, Saskatchewan) The North Saskatchewan Regiment (light infantry) (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) The Royal Winnipeg Rifles (light infantry) (Winnipeg, Manitoba) The Lake Superior Scottish Regiment (infantry) (Thunder Bay, Ontario) The Queens Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada (infantry) (Winnipeg) 10th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Regina, Saskatchewan) 26th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Brandon, Manitoba) 116th Independent Field Battery (artillery) (Kenora, Ontario) 38 Combat Engineer Regiment (combat engineers) (Winnipeg, Manitoba and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) 38 Signal Regiment (communications) (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Thunder Bay, Ontario and Saskatoon and Regina, Saskatchewan) 38 Service Battalion (service and support) (Regina, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, Manitoba and Thunder Bay, Ontario) 39 Canadian Brigade Group 39 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters (Vancouver, British Columbia) The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaughts Own) (armoured) (Vancouver, British Columbia) The British Columbia Dragoons (armoured) (Vernon and Kelowna, British Columbia) The Rocky Mountain Rangers (infantry) (Kamloops and Prince George, British Columbia) The Royal Westminster Regiment (infantry) (New Westminster and Chilliwack, British Columbia) The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada (infantry) (Vancouver, British Columbia) The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Marys) (infantry) (Victoria, British Columbia) 5th (British Columbia) Field Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Victoria and Nanaimo, British Columbia) 15th Field Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Vancouver, British Columbia) 39 Combat Engineer Regiment (combat engineer) (Vancouver, Chilliwack and Trail, British Columbia) 39 Signal Regiment (Communications) (Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo, British Columbia) 39 Service Battalion (service and support) (Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia) 41 Canadian Brigade Group 41 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters (Calgary, Alberta) The South Alberta Light Horse (armoured) (Edmonton and Medicine Hat, Alberta) The Kings Own Calgary Regiment (RCAC) (armoured) (Calgary, Alberta) The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (4th Battalion, Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry) (light infantry) (Edmonton, Alberta, and Yellowknife, N.
  • ob De ossifers and men ob de Reindeer will go asho' when you done took de steamer; don't you see dat, massa?
  • pb : Dialogues with Byron Katie, edited by Carol Williams, Hay House, 2008, ISBN 978-1-4019-2179-8 (PB)Tiger-Tiger, Is It True?
  • rb Buffalo responded with kicker Rian Lindell getting a 53-yard field goal, but the Jets replied with RB Thomas Jones getting a 7-yard TD run.
  • sb STYDDY, STUDDIE, STUTHY, sb . anvil.
  • va A. C. Pickenpaugh, 6 W. Va .
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  • CB Brig Gen E I de S Thorpe CMG DSO until 18 Sep 1918 Brig Gen H J Brock CB CMG DSO Order of battle World War I From 5 November 1915 to 3 February 1916, the 107th Brigade was attached to 4th Division 8th (Service) Battalion (East Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, 8th/9th Battalion from August 1917, disbanded February 1918) 9th (Service) Battalion (West Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, amalgamated with 8th Battalion August 1917) 10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914, disbanded February 1918) 15th (Service) Battalion (North Belfast), Royal Irish Rifles (joined September 1914) 107th Brigade Machine Gun Company (joined 18 December 1915, moved into 36th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps on 1 March 1918) 107th Trench Mortar Battery (joined from 1 April 1916) 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers (joined August 1917, left February 1918) 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles (joined February 1918) 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles (joined February 1918) Post-World War II The second 107 Brigade was to be a Territorial Army formation.
  • VB WARE, vb. to lay out money, spend.
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  • QB The following Bruisers players have been named to All-Arena Teams: QB Ben Bennett (1) FB/LB Billy Stone (1) WR/DB Reggie Smith (2), Carl Aikens, Jr.
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