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Baba Kamma
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Baba Kamma: First in a series of Talmudic tractates concerning damages (Judaism)
Baba Matziah
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Baba Matziah: Second in a series of Talmudic tractates concerning damages (Judaism)
Baba Metziah
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Baba Metziah: Second in a series of Talmudic tractates concerning damages (Judaism)
Babassu
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Babassu: Tall palm tree found in Brazil that bears hard-shelled nut which produces oil (used in the manufacture of margarine, cooking oil, soap and cosmetics)
Babbage
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Babbage: Family name Charles Babbage (1792-1871), British mathematician and "the father of computing", inventor of a mathematical computing machine which was the forerun
Babbit
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Babbit: Anti-friction lining for bearings (Technology) alloy of tin with some copper and antimony (Metallurgy) uncultured person, middle class person
Babbitry
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Babbitry: Behavior characteristic of a self-satisfied middle-class person (also babbittry)
Babbitt metal
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Babbitt metal: A soft white alloy of variable composition (as a nine parts oftin to one of copper, or of fifty parts of tin to five of antimonyand one of copper) used in
Babbittry
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Babbittry: Behavior characteristic of a self-satisfied middle-class person (also babbitry)
Babblative
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Babblative: Tending to babble chattering talkative, loquacious
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