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B
B is the second letter in the basic modern Latin alphabet. It is used to represent a variety of bilabial sounds , most commonly a voiced bilabial plosive.-History:

B cell
B cells are lymphocytes that play a large role in the humoral immune response . The principal functions of B cells are to make antibodies against antigens, perform the role of antigen-presenting cells and eventually develop into memory B cells after activation by antigen interaction

B&B (TV series)
B&B was a one off season English television programme, aired in 1992, following the lives of a father and daughter and their struggle to get their newly established BnB business working.

B&H (disambiguation)
B&H commonly refers to B&H Photo Video, the largest photo and video equipment store in the United States.B&H may also refer to:* B&H Airlines of Bosnia and Herzegovina* B & H Tool Works, a tool and die company headquartered in Richmond, Kentucky

BA
-BA:*Bad Ass*6-Benzylaminopurine, plant hormone*Bachelor of Arts*Bashkir language's ISO 639 alpha-2 language code*Basketball Australia*an abbreviation for Bathroom in real estate advertising*Batting average, a statistic in cricket and baseball

Ba (given name)
Ba is a given name shared by several notable people. Considered here is the 'Ba' given name prevalent in Myanmar of the 20th Century, as well as the ancient Chinese given names 跋, 霸, and 巴 which are both translated as the English 'Ba'.-Given name instances:Representative biographical instances are included below.Born after 100*

Ba (surname)
Ba, Bâ and Bah are potentially related West African surnames.Notable people who share these surnames are listed below separately for each surname along with information relevant to the geographic and historical distribution of the surnames

BAA
BAA may stand for:*Batting average against in Major League Baseball*BAA Ground, a now defunct cricket venue in Rangoon, Burma*BAA Limited Ferrovial, formerly BAA plc, originally known as the British Airports Authority

Baal
Baʿal is a Northwest Semitic title and honorific meaning "master" or "lord" that is used for various gods who were patrons of cities in the Levant and Asia Minor, cognate to Akkadian Bēlu

Baard
Baard may refer to:* Baard Madsen Haugland , Norwegian politician* Baard Owe , Norwegian-born actor* Baard , a town in the Netherlands

Baard (Netherlands)
Baard is a small village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Littenseradiel, about 10 km southwest of the city of Leeuwarden. Baard has about 190 inhabitants.

Baas
Baas is a surname, and may refer to:* David Baas , American football center* Ian Baas , race car driver* Johann Hermann Baas , German medical historian* Maarten Baas , Dutch furniture designer

Bab
Bab can refer to:* Bab, Set, Seth, ancient Egyptian god* Bāb, a Semitic word meaning gateway* Báb , founder of Bábism and a central figure in the Bahá'í Faith

Bab (Gateway)
Bab is the Arabic word for gateway. Several babs have been built throughout the time, such as the Babs of Cairo and those of Marrakech.-Egypt:* Bab El Fetouh* Al-Bāb al-Jadīd , built in 1170 in the eastern wall; still remains

Baba
- Geography :* Baba, Masovian Voivodeship * Baba, Mogilno County in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship * Baba, Rypin County in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship

Baba (Alevism)
-List of Notable Babas:* Arabati Baba Teḱe* Demir Baba Teke* Gül Baba* Otman Baba

Baba (yacht)
-Baba Sailing Boats:The range of Baba cruising yachts includes the Baba 30, Baba 35 and the Baba 40. The number represents the length, on deck, in feet. These yachts were designed by Robert Perry and built by Ta Shing Yacht Building Company, Ltd. in Tainan, Taiwan from 1978 through 1985

Babbitt
-Fiction:*Babbitt , a 1922 novel by Sinclair Lewis.**Babbitt , a 1924 film based on the novel**Babbitt , a 1934 film based on the novel

Babble
Babble is a British internet telephony service. It was one of the first commercialisations of VoIP technology, appearing in 2004 approximately 6 months after the proprietary Skype opened up interest in telephony over the internet

Babble (disambiguation)
Babble may refer to:* Babble , 1987 album by That Petrol Emotion* Babble , a later incarnation of the Thompson Twins* Babble , a British internet telephony service* Babble , a game show hosted by Peter Purves

Babble (TV series)
Babble is a British game show produced by LWT and broadcast on Channel 4 between 1982 and 1985. The programme was hosted by Peter Purves.-Series Guide:*Series 1: 10 editions from 31 July 1983 - 2 October 1983

Babbler
Babbler may refer to:* Old World babbler, a large family of mostly Old World passerine birds* Australo-Papuan babbler, passerine birds endemic to Australia-New Guinea* The Babbler, the journal of BirdLife International in Indochina

Babe
Babe is generally a slang term of endearment, but may also refer:-Entertainment:* Babe, the title character of the Dick King-Smith book The Sheep-Pig** Babe , a 1995 Australian film based on the book

BaBe
BaBe was a Japanese pop duo, composed of Tomoko Kondo and Yukari Nikaido. They debuted in February 1987 with "Give Me Up", a cover of Michael Fortunati's original song

Babe (band)
Babe was a Serbian rock supergroup.- Formation, nationwide success :The band was formed in 1992 as a side project of Bajaga i Instruktori member Žika Milenković , Električni Orgazam member Goran Čavajda and Riblja Čorba member Zoran Ilić

Babe (Take That song)
"Babe" is a song by boyband Take That. It was the fourth single from Take That's second album Everything Changes. Written by Gary Barlow, it features Mark Owen on lead vocals. Released on 13 December 1993, it became Take That's third single in a row to go straight to number one in the UK Singles Chart, knocking Mr Blobby's novelty single off in the process

Babel
Babel is the name used in the Hebrew Bible for the city of Babylon.Babel may also refer to:-People:*Isaak Babel, Soviet journalist, playwright, and short story writer*Ryan Babel, Dutch footballer*Markus Babbel, German footballer-Places:

Babel (book)
Babel is a book by Patti Smith, published in 1978, and contains Smith's poems along with her prose, lyrics, pictures and drawings.- Radio Ethiopia :# "Notice"# "Italy"# "The Tapper Extracts"# "Grant"# "Street of the Guides"# "Rimbaud Dead"# "Sohl"

Babel (soundtrack)
Babel is the original soundtrack album, on the Concord label, of the 2006 Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe Award-winning film Babel starring Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Adriana Barraza, Gael García Bernal, Rinko Kikuchi and Kôji Yakusho

Babes
Babes is an American situation comedy series that ran for one season on the Fox Television Network from September 13, 1990 to August 10, 1991. It was created by Gail Parent and executive produced by Dolly Parton and Sandy Gallin's Sandollar Productions for Twentieth Century Fox Television

Babes in the Wood (disambiguation)
Babes in the Wood could refer to:*Babes in the Wood, the traditional children's tale*Babes in the Wood , a British sitcom from 1998 to 1999*Babes in the Wood , a story by Michael Arlen

Babes in the Wood (TV series)
Babes in the Wood is a British sitcom that aired on ITV from 1998 to 1999. Starring Karl Howman and Denise van Outen, Babes in the Wood was written by Geoff Deane, Paul Alexander, Simon Braithwaite, Ian Searle and Fleur Costello.-Cast:

Babies (song)
"Babies" is a song and single by British rock group Pulp. It was released as a single for Gift Records in 1992, and was later remixed for the Sisters EP in 1994. The remixed version featured on the His 'n' Hers album and the original single mix on the Intro compilation

Babilla
Babilla is a rap album released by Puerto Rican singer Vico C.# "Babilla"# "Pólvora"# "Sentimiento" # "Se Escapa" # "Moriré"# "Payasito" # "El Silencio Mata"# "Corazón Se Pone Bruto"

Babka
Babka, or Bobka, also known as baba, is a sweet yeast cake.- Eastern European version :Eastern and Central European babka, especially among Christians, is a spongy, brioche-like yeast cake that is traditionally baked for Easter Sunday

Baboon
Baboons are African and Arabian Old World monkeys belonging to the genus Papio, part of the subfamily Cercopithecinae. There are five species, which are some of the largest non-hominoid members of the primate order; only the mandrill and the drill are larger

Baboon (album)
Baboon is the title of an album by Baboon. It was self-released in 2006. All songs were written by Baboon.-Track listing:# "Airplane" – 4:31# "Breaking Glass" – 4:26# "Saturday" – 4:06# "Dracula Eyes" – 4:48# "Arms Around the World" – 4:59

Babs
Babs may refer to:* a common diminutive form of Barbara * Allied code name for the Japanese Mitsubishi Ki-15 in World War II* Typhoon Babs * Babs , 1926 land-speed record car* Babs , 2000 Dutch film

Babs (Land speed record car)
Babs was the land speed record car built and driven by John Parry-Thomas. It was powered by a 27-litre Liberty aero-engine.Babs began as 'Chitty 4', one of Count Louis Zborowski's series of aero-engined cars named 'Chitty Bang Bang'. As it was built at Zborowski's estate of Higham Park near Canterbury, it was also known as the Higham Special

Babu
Babu may refer to:Place:* Babu District, in Hezhou, Guangxi, ChinaTitle* Babu , South Asian term of respect People*Babu , list of people with this name* Babù, Anderson Rodney de Oliveira, Brazilian footballer

Babu (title)
The term babu, also spelled baboo, is used in modern-day South Asia as a sign of respect towards men. It is a derivation of bapu which means father. The honorific "ji" is sometimes added as a suffix to create the double honorific "babuji" which, in northern and eastern parts of India, is a term of respect for one's father

Babuino
Il Babuino is one of the talking statues of Rome, Italy. The fountain is situated beside the Chiesa di S. Atanasio dei Greci, in via del Babuino.-History:

Babul (disambiguation)
Babul may refer to:*Babul, Iran, a city in Mazandaran Province, Iran* Acacia nilotica, the gum arabic tree, an acacia native to India, Pakistan, and Africa* Babul : an archaic Hindi word for father used in songs

Babushka
Babushka , babooshka, babouchka or baboushka may refer to:*A Western term for a woman's headscarf tied below the chin in the Eastern European manner.**Babushka Lady, who wore such a headscarf.

Baby (disambiguation)
A baby is an infant human.Baby or Babies may also refer to:-Performers:* Birdman , also known as Baby, musician Bryan Williams* Baby , an American 1970s group* The Babys, a 1970s British rock group-Albums:

Baby (Fabolous song)
"Baby" is a song by American rapper Fabolous featuring Mike Shorey. It is the second single from Fabolous' third studio album Real Talk. The song reached #17 in the Hot Rap Tracks chart and #22 in the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart, although only managed #71 in the Billboard 100

Baby (film)
Baby is a 1915 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy.

Baby (LL Cool J song)
"Baby" is the second single from LL Cool J's 13th album Exit 13. The song was written by LL Cool J and The-Dream. It features The-Dream.Houston rapper Chamillionaire released a skit entitled "Not Your Baby" and a continuation of the "Answer Machine" songs, which was "Answer Machine 3" on his Mixtape Messiah 4 which sampled this instrumental.-Music video:The music video,

Baby (novel)
Baby is a 1995 novel by Patricia MacLachlan. It explores the themes of family and abandonment while offering a touching novel about a family who discovers a baby and has to care for it

Baby (The Detroit Cobras album)
Baby is the third studio album by The Detroit Cobras, released 27 September 2005.-Track listing:#Slipping Around#*Original by Clarence Carter#I Wanna Holler #*Original by Gary U.S

Baby Blue (Badfinger song)
"Baby Blue" is a song recorded by the rock/pop band Badfinger for inclusion on their 1971 album, "Straight Up." The song was written by Pete Ham, produced by Todd Rundgren, and released on Apple Records.

Baby Blue (Emilíana Torrini song)
"Baby Blue" is the second single from the album Love in the Time of Science by Emilíana Torrini.

Baby Blues (disambiguation)
Baby Blues is a comic strip.Baby Blues may also refer to;* Baby Blues , an adaptation of the comic strip* Baby Blues , a Chinese drama* Baby Blues , an Our Gang short

Baby Blues (US TV series)
Baby Blues is an animated television series based on the Baby Blues comic strip. The first eight episodes of Baby Blues originally aired in the United States on The WB from July 28, 2000 until August 24, 2000, before the series cancellation. Five then-unaired were later aired on Adult Swim in 2002

Baby Bonus
The Baby Bonus is a government payment to parents of a newborn baby or adopted child to assist with the costs of childrearing.- Australia :The government of Andrew Fisher introduced a baby bonus of £5 per child in late 1912. The bonus was available irrespective of marital status and could also be received by husbands of women who died in childbirth

Baby boomer
A baby boomer is a person who was born during the demographic Post-World War II baby boom and who grew up during the period between 1946 and 1964. The term "baby boomer" is sometimes used in a cultural context. Therefore, it is impossible to achieve broad consensus of a precise definition, even within a given territory

Baby Boy (Big Brovaz song)
"Baby Boy" is a single released in 2003 by the UK Hip hop/R&B group Big Brovaz. The single is the fourth single taken from Big Brovaz's 2002 debut album, Nu-Flow.

Baby Girl
"Baby Girl" is the debut single of American country music group Sugarland. Released in July 2004, the single reached a peak position of #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts in April 2005

Baby Grand
"Baby Grand" is the fourth and final single released off Billy Joel's album The Bridge. A duet with Joel and Ray Charles, the song is a ballad dedicated to the baby grand piano, and the relationship it can share with its players. The two originally got together when Charles contacted Joel about the naming of his daughter, Alexa Ray, after Charles

Baby Looney Tunes
Baby Looney Tunes is a Canadian-American animated television series that shows Looney Tunes characters as toddlers. It was produced by Warner Bros. Animation.

Baby Machine
-Personnel:This Et Al*Wu - Vocals, Gibson SG guitar, E-Bow , Korg 707 , Piano, Hammond Organ , String arrangement with help of Tom Ragsdale .*Ben Holden - Fender Telecaster guitar, Spaceship guitar .

Baby talk
Baby talk, also referred to as caretaker speech, infant-directed speech or child-directed speech and informally as "motherese", "parentese", "mommy talk", or "daddy talk" is a nonstandard form of speech used by adults in talking to toddlers and infants.It is usually delivered with a "cooing" pattern of intonation

Baby Talk
Baby Talk is an American sitcom that aired on ABC from March 8, 1991 until May 8, 1992 as part of ABC's TGIF lineup. The show was loosely based on the popular Look Who's Talking movie series and was adapted for television by Ed. Weinberger

Baby talk (disambiguation)
Baby talk is a simplified form of language used by adults when speaking to babies.Baby talk may also refer to:*Babbling, a stage where an infant utters sounds of language, but not yet any recognizable words*Baby language, the language of babies

Baby Teeth (band)
Baby Teeth is a Chicago-based indie pop/rock band, currently signed to Lujo Records. They were a trio from their formation in 2002 until they added a guitarist in early 2007.-Members:*Abraham Levitan – lead vocals, keyboards

Baby walker
A baby walker is a device that can be used by infants who cannot walk on their own to move from one place to another. Patents have been issued for baby walkers as early as 1851. Modern baby walkers have a base made of hard plastic sitting on top of wheels and a suspended fabric seat with two leg holes. A baby walker often has toys attached to the top to entertain the baby

Babyface
Babyface or Baby Face can refer to:Nicknames:* Baby Face Nelson, an infamous 1930s bank robber* Roosevelt "Baby Face" Willette , an American hard bop and soul-jazz musician

Biological half-life
The biological half-life or elimination half-life of a substance is the time it takes for a substance to lose half of its pharmacologic, physiologic, or radiologic activity, as per the MeSH definition

Biological hazard
Biological hazards, refer to biological substances that pose a threat to the health of living organisms, primarily that of humans. This can include medical waste or samples of a microorganism, virus or toxin that can impact human health. It can also include substances harmful to animals

Biological life cycle
A life cycle is a period involving all different generations of a species succeeding each other through means of reproduction, whether through asexual reproduction or sexual reproduction

Biological reproduction
Reproduction is the biological process by which new "offspring" individual organisms are produced from their "parents". Reproduction is a fundamental feature of all known life; each individual organism exists as the result of reproduction

Biological warfare
Biological warfare is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi with intent to kill or incapacitate humans, animals or plants as an act of war

Biology
Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy. Biology is a vast subject containing many subdivisions, topics, and disciplines

Biology
Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy. Biology is a vast subject containing many subdivisions, topics, and disciplines

Bioluminescence
Bioluminescence is the production and emission of light by a living organism. Its name is a hybrid word, originating from the Greek bios for "living" and the Latin lumen "light". Bioluminescence is a naturally occurring form of chemiluminescence where energy is released by a chemical reaction in the form of light emission

Biomass
Biomass, as a renewable energy source, is biological material from living, or recently living organisms. As an energy source, biomass can either be used directly, or converted into other energy products such as biofuel.

Biomaterial
A biomaterial is any matter, surface, or construct that interacts with biological systems. The development of biomaterials, as a science, is about fifty years old. The study of biomaterials is called biomaterials science. It has experienced steady and strong growth over its history, with many companies investing large amounts of money into the development of new products

Biome
Biomes are climatically and geographically defined as similar climatic conditions on the Earth, such as communities of plants, animals, and soil organisms, and are often referred to as ecosystems. Some parts of the earth have more or less the same kind of abiotic and biotic factors spread over a large area, creating a typical ecosystem over that area

Biomechanics
Biomechanics is the application of mechanical principles to biological systems, such as humans, animals, plants, organs, and cells. Perhaps one of the best definitions was provided by Herbert Hatze in 1974: "Biomechanics is the study of the structure and function of biological systems by means of the methods of mechanics"

Biomedical engineering
Biomedical Engineering is the application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology. This field seeks to close the gap between engineering and medicine: It combines the design and problem solving skills of engineering with medical and biological sciences to improve healthcare diagnosis, monitoring and therapy.Biomedical engineering has only

Biometrics
Biometrics As Jain & Ross point out, "the term biometric authentication is perhaps more appropriate than biometrics since the latter has been historically used in the field of statistics to refer to the analysis of biological data [36]" . consists of methods

Biomolecule
A biomolecule is any molecule that is produced by a living organism, including large polymeric molecules such as proteins, polysaccharides, lipids, and nucleic acids as well as small molecules such as primary metabolites, secondary metabolites, and natural products

Bionicle
Bionicle is a line of toys by the LEGO Group marketed primarily for 5- to 16-year-olds. The line was launched on December 30, 2000 in Europe and June/July 2001 in Canada and the United States. "Bionicle" is a portmanteau constructed from the words "biological" and "chronicle"

Bionics
Bionics is the application of biological methods and systems found in nature to the study and design of engineering systems and modern technology.The word bionic was coined by Jack E

Biophysics
Biophysics is an interdisciplinary science that uses the methods of physical science to study biological systems. Studies included under the branches of biophysics span all levels of biological organization, from the molecular scale to whole organisms and ecosystems

Bioplastic
Bioplastics are a form of plastics derived from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, pea starch, or microbiota, rather than fossil-fuel plastics which are derived from petroleum

Biopolymer
Biopolymers are polymers produced by living organisms. Since they are polymers, Biopolymers contain monomeric units that are covalently bonded to form larger structures. There are three main classes of biopolymers based on the differing monomeric units used and the structure of the biopolymer formed

Bioremediation
Bioremediation is the use of microorganism metabolism to remove pollutants. Technologies can be generally classified as in situ or ex situ. In situ bioremediation involves treating the contaminated material at the site, while ex situ involves the removal of the contaminated material to be treated elsewhere

Bioretention
Bioretention is the process in which contaminants and sedimentation are removed from stormwater runoff. Stormwater is collected into the treatment area which consists of a grass buffer strip, sand bed, ponding area, organic layer or mulch layer, planting soil, and plants

Biorhythm
Biorhythm is an attempt to predict various aspects of a person's life through simple mathematical cycles. Most scientists believe that the idea has no more predictive power than raw chance, and consider the concept an example of pseudoscience.-Beliefs:

Biosignature
A biosignature is any substance -such as an element, isotope, or molecule - or phenomenon that provides scientific evidence of past or present life. Measurable attributes of life include its complex physical and chemical structures and also its utilization of free energy and the production of biomass and wastes

Biotechnology
Biotechnology is a field of applied biology that involves the use of living organisms and bioprocesses in engineering, technology, medicine and other fields requiring bioproducts. Biotechnology also utilizes these products for manufacturing purpose

Biotite
Biotite is a common phyllosilicate mineral within the mica group, with the approximate chemical formula . More generally, it refers to the dark mica series, primarily a solid-solution series between the iron-endmember annite, and the magnesium-endmember phlogopite; more aluminous endmembers include siderophyllite. Biotite was named by J.F.L

Biphenyl
Biphenyl is an organic compound that forms colorless crystals. It has a distinctively pleasant smell. Biphenyl is an aromatic hydrocarbon with a molecular formula 2

Biplane
A biplane is a fixed-wing aircraft with two superimposed main wings. The Wright brothers' Wright Flyer used a biplane design, as did most aircraft in the early years of aviation. While a biplane wing structure has a structural advantage, it produces more drag than a similar monoplane wing

Bipolar disorder
Bipolar disorder or bipolar affective disorder, historically known as manic–depressive disorder, is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a category of mood disorders defined by the presence of one or more episodes of abnormally elevated energy levels, cognition, and mood with or without one or more depressive episodes

Birching
Birching is a corporal punishment with a birch rod, typically applied to the recipient's bare buttocks, although occasionally to the back and/or shoulders.-Implement:

Bird
Birds are feathered, winged, bipedal, endothermic , egg-laying, vertebrate animals. Around 10,000 living species and 188 families makes them the most speciose class of tetrapod vertebrates. They inhabit ecosystems across the globe, from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Extant birds range in size from the Bee Hummingbird to the Ostrich

Bird feeder
A birdfeeder, bird feeder, bird table, or tray feeder are devices placed outdoors to supply bird food to birds

Bird nest
A bird nest is the spot in which a bird lays and incubates its eggs and raises its young. Although the term popularly refers to a specific structure made by the bird itself—such as the grassy cup nest of the American Robin or Eurasian Blackbird, or the elaborately woven hanging nest of the Montezuma Oropendola or the Village Weaver—that is too restrictive a definition

Bird of paradise
The birds-of-paradise are members of the family Paradisaeidae of the order Passeriformes. The majority of species in this family are found on the island of New Guinea and its satellites, with a few species occurring in the Moluccas and eastern Australia. The family has forty species in 14 genera

Birdcage
A birdcage is a cage designed to house birds as pets.Antique birdcages are often popular as collectors' items or as household decor but most are not suitable for housing live birds, being too small, or of unsafe materials or construction

Birdlime
Birdlime is an adhesive substance used in trapping birds. It is spread on a branch or twig, upon which a bird may land and be caught. Its use is illegal in many jurisdictions.

Birdsong (novel)
Birdsong is a 1993 war novel by the English author Sebastian Faulks. Faulks' fourth novel, it tells of a man called Stephen Wraysford at different stages of his life both before and during World War I

Birdsville, Queensland
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Birdwatching
Birdwatching or birding is the observation of birds as a recreational activity. It can be done with the naked eye, through a visual enhancement device like binoculars and telescopes, or by listening for bird sounds. Birding often involves a significant auditory component, as many bird species are more readily detected and identified by ear than by eye

Birefringence
Birefringence, or double refraction, is the decomposition of a ray of light into two rays when it passes through certain anisotropic materials, such as crystals of calcite or boron nitride. The effect was first described by the Danish scientist Rasmus Bartholin in 1669, who saw it in calcite

Birkenhead
Birkenhead is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral in Merseyside, England. It is on the Wirral Peninsula, along the west bank of the River Mersey, opposite the city of Liverpool

Birla family
The Birla family is one of the foremost business houses in India. The fore-father of the Birla family is Shiv Narain Birla, a member of the Marwari community from Pilani, in the westerly state of Rajasthan. He moved to Bombay around 1857 to establish a trading house. His son, Baldeodas Birla moved to Calcutta in 1961 to set up his own business

Birla Institute of Technology and Science
Birla Institute of Technology & Science, is a private university located in Pilani, Rajasthan, India. BITS Pilani is considered one of the most prestigious and selective universities in India

Birmingham
Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England. It is the most populous British city outside the capital London, with a population of 1,036,900 , and lies at the heart of the West Midlands conurbation, the second most populous urban area in the United Kingdom with a population of 2,284,093

Birmingham campaign
The Birmingham campaign was a strategic movement organized by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to bring attention to the unequal treatment that black Americans endured in Birmingham, Alabama

Birmingham Central Library
Birmingham Central Library is the main public library in Birmingham, England, and the largest non-national library in Europe. It is managed by Birmingham City Council

Birmingham Hippodrome
The Birmingham Hippodrome is a theatre situated on Hurst Street in the Chinese Quarter of Birmingham, England.Although best known as the home stage of the Birmingham Royal Ballet, it also hosts a wide variety of other performances including visiting opera and ballet companies, touring West End shows, pantomime and drama.Every summer, the Hippodrome usually houses a major West End

Birmingham pub bombings
The Birmingham pub bombings occurred on 21 November 1974 in Birmingham, England. The explosions killed 21 people and injured 182. The devices were placed in two central Birmingham pubs – the Mulberry Bush and the Tavern in the Town . Although warnings were sent, the pubs were not evacuated in time

Birmingham Roller
The Birmingham Roller is a very popular breed of domesticated pigeon that originated in Birmingham, England, where they were developed via selective breeding, for their ability to do rapid backward somersaults while flying. As the name suggests and as also mentioned by Wendell Levi in his book The Pigeon, this breed was developed in and around the City of Birmingham in England

Birmingham, Alabama
Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama. The city is the county seat of Jefferson County. According to the 2010 United States Census, Birmingham had a population of 212,237. The Birmingham-Hoover Metropolitan Area, in estimate by the U.S

Birnagar
Birnagar is a city and a municipality under Taherpur police station of Ranaghat subdivision in Nadia district in the state of West Bengal, India.-History:

Birr Castle
Birr Castle is a large castle in the town of Birr in County Offaly, Ireland. It is the home of the seventh Earl of Rosse, and as such the residential areas of the castle are not open to the public, though the grounds and gardens of the demesne are publicly accessible.-Ireland's Historic Science Centre:The castle grounds are also home to Ireland's Historic Science Centre, a

Birsa Munda
Birsa Munda was a tribal leader and a folk hero, belonging to the Munda tribe who was behind the Millenarian movement that rose in the tribal belt of modern day Bihar, and Jharkhand during the British Raj, in the late 19th century making him an important figure in the history of the Indian independence movement.Birsa Munda is named with great respect as one of the freedom

Birth certificate
A birth certificate is a vital record that documents the birth of a child. The term "birth certificate" can refer to either the original document certifying the circumstances of the birth or to a certified copy of or representation of the ensuing registration of that birth

Birth control
Birth control is an umbrella term for several techniques and methods used to prevent fertilization or to interrupt pregnancy at various stages. Birth control techniques and methods include contraception , contragestion and abortion

Birth-death process
The birth–death process is a special case of continuous-time Markov process where the states represent the current size of a population and where the transitions are limited to births and deaths

Birthday
A birthday is a day or anniversary where a person celebrates his or her date of birth. Birthdays are celebrated in numerous cultures, often with a gift, party or rite of passage. Although the major religions celebrate the birth of their founders , Christmas – which is celebrated widely by Christians and non-Christians alike – is the most prominent example

Bisbee, Arizona
Bisbee is a city in Cochise County, Arizona, United States, 82 miles southeast of Tucson. According to 2005 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city was 6,177

Bishop College
Bishop College was a historically black college, founded in Marshall, Texas, and later moved to Dallas, Texas, that operated from 1881 to 1988.-History:

Bishop F.D. Washington
Bishop Frederick Douglas "F. D." Washington was a renowned Pentecostal minister of the Washington Temple Church of God in Christ in Brooklyn, New York. His most famous protege is Rev

Bishop Ireton High School
Bishop Ireton High School is a Roman Catholic High School located in Alexandria, Virginia. The school was founded in 1964 by the Oblates of St. Francis DeSales, an order of Catholic priests sometimes called Salesians, and originally admitted only male students

Bishop Rock
Bishop Rock is a small rock at the westernmost tip of the Isles of Scilly, known for its lighthouse, and listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's smallest island with a building on it.

Bishop Ullathorne RC School
Bishop Ullathorne RC School was established in Coventry in 1953. In 2006 it was awarded specialist status as a Humanities College. On 10 July 2007 Bishop Ullathorne Year 9 Cricket team won the Coventry Cricket Cup against King Henry VIII winning their first ever cricket cup in the schools history

Bishopbriggs
Bishopbriggs is a town in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. The area was once part of the historic parish of Cadder - originally lands granted by King William the Lion to the Bishop of Glasgow, Jocelin, in 1180. It was later part of the county of Lanarkshire and subsequently an independent burgh from 1964 to 1975

Bishwa Sahitya Kendra
Bishwa Sahitya Kendra , is a non-profit institution in Bangladesh to promote reading habits, enlightenment and progressive ideas among students and general public. Popularly known as just Kendro, this institution was established by famous writer, television presenter, organizer, and activist Abdullah Abu Sayeed

Biskupin
The archaeological open air museum Biskupin is an archaeological site and a life-size model of an Iron Age fortified settlement in north-central Poland . When first discovered it was thought to be early evidence of Slavic settlement but archaeologists later confirmed it belonged to the Biskupin group of the Lusatian culture

Bismuth strontium calcium copper oxide
Bismuth strontium calcium copper oxide, or BSCCO , is a family of high-temperature superconductors having the generalized chemical formula Bi2Sr2Can-1CunO2n+4+x, with n=2 being the most commonly studied compound

Bison antiquus
Bison antiquus, sometimes called the ancient bison, was the most common large herbivore of the North American continent for over ten thousand years, and is a direct ancestor of the living American bison.

Bisphenol A
Bisphenol A is an organic compound with two phenol functional groups. It is used to make polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins, along with other applications.

Bisquick
Bisquick is a pre-mixed baking product sold by General Mills under their Betty Crocker brand, consisting of flour, shortening, salt, and baking powder .