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Bakery
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Bakery: The trade of a baker. [R.] The place for baking bread a bakehouse.
Balance of trade
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Balance of trade: Equality of trade between two countries (or states, etc.)
Ball of fire
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Ball of fire: Enthusiastic or energetic person charismatic individual person who experiences accelerated professional success fireball
Balustrade
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Balustrade: A row of balusters topped by a rail, serving as an openparapet, as along the edge of a balcony, terrace, bridge, staircase,or the eaves of a building.
Banian
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Banian: A Hindoo trader, merchant, cashier, or money changer. [Writtenalso banyan.] A mans loose gown, like that worn by the Banians. (Bot.) The Indian fig. See Banyan. B
Bar association
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Bar association: Organization which authorizes lawyers and oversees the law profession
Barber
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A trades person who cuts mens hair, or even shaves and trims a beard
Barbour
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Barbour: British trademark of a green waxed waterproof jacket family name John Barbour (1316?-1395), Scottish ecclesiastic and poet
Barbour jacket
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Barbour jacket: British trademark of a green waxed waterproof jacket
Barcarolle
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Barcarolle: A professional poet and singer, as among the ancient Celts, whoseoccupation was to compose and sing verses in honor of the heroicachievements of princes and b
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