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Blowout
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Blowout: Explosion investigation, inquiry banquet, party (Slang)
Blue-skylaw
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Blue-skylaw: A law enacted to provide for the regulation and supervision ofinvestment companies in order to protect the public against companiesthat do not intend to do a
Blueback
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Blueback: The hero of a medi?val French nursery legend, who, leavinghome, enjoined his young wife not to open a certain room in hiscastle. She entered it, and found the m
Board of trade
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Board of trade: Committee comprised of bankers and business owners that join together to promote common business interests
Bolsa
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Bolsa: An exchange for the transaction of business. [Sp. Amer. & Phil.Islands]
Book keeping
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Book keeping: Person who keeps a systematic record of business transactions
Bookkeeping
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Bookkeeping: The art of recording pecuniary or business transactions in aregular and systematic manner, so as to show their relation to eachother, and the state of the bu
Bookkeeping skills
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Bookkeeping skills: Abilities and knowledge necessary to keep proper records of business transactions
Books of accounts
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Books of accounts: Books in which business transactions and accounts are recorded
Botanical garden
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Botanical garden: Garden with special plants, garden for investigating and exhibition
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