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Bobbin
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Bobbin: A small pin, or cylinder, formerly of bone, now most commonly ofwood, used in the making of pillow lace. Each thread is wound on aseparate bobbin which hangs down
Bodied
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Bodied: Having no body. Without material form incorporeal.Phantoms bodiless and vain. Swift.
Brachytherapy
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Brachytherapy: Radiotherapy in which the radioactive material or the source of radiation is placed directly into or close to the body or tumor
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Bronzing
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Bronzing: The act or art of communicating to articles in metal, wood, clay,plaster, etc., the appearance of bronze by means of bronze powders,or imitative painting, or by
Bulk mail
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Bulk mail: Sending out advertising material to many addresses, bulk mail
Calendering
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Calendering: Act of pressing or smoothing material by running it through a calender
Callus
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Callus: (Med.) (a) Same as Callosity. (b The material of repair in fractures of bone a substance exuded at the site of fracture, which is at first soft or cartilaginous i
Camail
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Camail: (Ancient Armor) A neck guard of chain mall, hanging from the bascinet or other headpiece. A hood of other material than mail esp. (Eccl.), a hood worn in church s
Camera film
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Camera film: Strip of photographic material used to take photographs which a camera
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