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Biotoxin
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Biotoxin: Poisonous substance that originates from living organism (such as: animal, plant, bacteria, fungi)
Biriani
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Biriani: Spicy Indian dish made with rice and meat (or fish or vegetables) flavored with saffron or turmeric
Birt
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Birt: A fish of the turbot kind the brill. [Written also burt, bret,or brut.] [Prov. Eng.]
Biryani
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Biryani: Spicy Indian dish made with rice and meat (or fish or vegetables) flavored with saffron or turmeric
Biscay
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Biscay: Bay in the Atlantic ocean between Northern Spain and Western France
Biter
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Biter: One who, or that which, bites that which bites often, or isinclined to bite, as a dog or fish. "Great barkers are no biters."Camden. One who cheats a sharper. [Col
Black cat
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Black cat: Cat which has only black fur (considered a symbol of bad luck)
Black fly
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Black fly: Insect that invades plants gnat small (somewhat black) biting fly with a sturdy body that has aquatic larvae and sucks the blood of birds and humans and other
Blackfly
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Blackfly: Insect that invades plants gnat small (somewhat black) biting fly with a sturdy body that has aquatic larvae and sucks the blood of birds and humans and other
Blacksmith
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Blacksmith: A smith who works in iron with a forge, and makes iron utensils,horseshoes, etc.The blacksmith may forge what he pleases. Howell. (Zo?l.) A fish of the Pacifi
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