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Banay
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Banay: Hebrew family name Yossi Banay (1932-2006), famous Israeli actor director and singer
Banderas
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Banderas: Family name Antonio Banderas (born 1960), Spanish-born American movie actor (known for his roles in "The Mambo Kings" and "Evita")
Barbara Stanwyck
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Barbara Stanwyck: (1907-1990) United States movie and television actress
Bard of Avon
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Bard of Avon: Shakespeare, William Shakespeare (1564-1616), famous English poet and playwright
Barry Levinson
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Barry Levinson: (born 1942) American screenwriter and movie director, winner of the 1988 Academy Award for Best Director for his work on the film "Rain Man"
Barry Manilow
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Barry Manilow: (born 1943) United States singer and songwriter
Basinger
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Basinger: Family name Kim Basinger (born 1953), American movie actress and former model, winner of the 1997 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "L.
Bassist
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Bassist: Singer with deep bass range voice musician who plays a bass instrument
Battle of Trafalgar
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Battle of Trafalgar: Famous naval battle between British and French forces fought on October 21st 1805
Be successful
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Be successful: Achieve success have a positive outcome be prosperous, be affluent, be famous, have wealth and renown
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