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Babyship
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Babyship: The quality of being a baby the personality of an infant.
Babysit
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Babysit: Supervise children while their parents are not home watch over, supervise
Babysitter
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Babysitter: One who supervises children while the parents are away from home
Babysitting
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Babysitting: Taking care of a child or children while the parents are temporarily away (usually for a fee)
Bac
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Bac: A broad, flatbottomed ferryboat, usually worked by a rope. A vat or cistern. See 1st Back.
Bacalao
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Bacalao: Salted codfish (used in Spanish and Portuguese cooking) dish made with salted codefish cooked in tomato sauce and olives with garlic grouper used as food fish i
Bacall
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Bacall: Family name Lauren Bacall (born 1924 as Betty Joan Perske), American actress who acted opposite Humphrey Bogart in numerous movies (becoming his wife after their
Bacardi
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Bacardi: Privately held family-owned spirits company which is the largest in the world cocktail made with Bacardi rum mixed with grenadine and lime juice
Baccalaureate
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Baccalaureate: Pertaining to a bachelor of arts. Baccalaureate sermon, in someAmerican colleges, a sermon delivered as a farewell discourse to agraduating class.
Baccara
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Baccara: Baccarat, French card game (where players bet money against the banker)
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