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Bahar (unit)
Bahar is an obsolete unit of measurement.* In Iran it was a unit of length approximately equal to 3.25 cm * In Oman, it was a unit of mass equal to approximately 808 kg

Bahia (album)
Bahia is an album credited to jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1965 on Prestige Records, catalogue 7353. It is assembled from unissued results of two separate recording sessions at the studio of Rudy Van Gelder in Hackensack, New Jersey in 1958

Bahnhof is a Swedish Internet service provider founded in 1994 by Oscar Swartz in Uppsala and was the first independent ISP in Sweden. Today the company is represented in Stockholm, Göteborg, Uppsala, Borlänge, and Lund.

Bahr (Netherlands)
Bahr is a hamlet and former Knight banneret in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is located in the municipality Zevenaar, about 3 km southeast of Rheden.

Bahr (surname)
This is a list of notable people with the surname Bahr.*Chris Bahr , American football placekicker*Clint Bahr, member of TriPod*Daniel Bahr , German politician*Ed Bahr , Canadian baseball player

' , officially the Kingdom of Bahrain , is a small island state near the western shores of the Persian Gulf. It is ruled by the Al Khalifa royal family. The population in 2010 stood at 1,214,705, including 235,108 non-nationals. Formerly an emirate, Bahrain was declared a kingdom in 2002.Bahrain is an archipelago of 33 islands, the largest being Bahrain Island, at long by wide

Bahrain (historical region)
Bahrain is a historical region in eastern Arabia that was known as the Province of Bahrain until the 16th Century. It stretched from the south of Basra along the Persian Gulf coast and included the regions of Kuwait, Al-Hasa, Qatif, Qatar, and the Awal Islands, now known as Bahrain. The name "Bahrain" referred to the eastern mainland Arabia until the 16th century at least

Bahraini may refer to:* Something of, or related to Bahrain* A person from Bahrain, or of Bahraini descent. For information about the Bahraini people, see Demographics of Bahrain and Culture of Bahrain. For specific Bahrainis, see List of Bahrainis.

Bahram (name)
Bahram or Vahram , variant Bahran or Vahran, meaning "smiting of resistance" or "victorious", is a male Persian given name.Bahram means "victorious" in the Avestan language in Zoroastrianism.-Given name:

Bahu was a social networking website, launched on April 2007 for Belgian and French students initially. On September 2007, Bahu opened to international by adding English, Spanish, Polish, Lithuanian, Russian, Italian, Dutch, German, and Portuguese languages. The site had more than 1,000,000 mostly European users as of July, 2008.The site was free to users

The Bai or Baip are one of the 56 ethnic groups officially recognized by the People's Republic of China. They numbered 1,858,063 as of 2000.

-BAI:*BA-I armoured car, Soviet early armoured car, predecessor of BA-6*BAI , Banking Administration Institute **BAI , BAI EDI format for cash management balance reporting

Bai (surname)
Bai is a common Mandarin Chinese surname, mostly found in the Mongolia region. With its variants, Bai was ranked 79th within the list of common Chinese surnames in 2006, up from 70th in 1990.

Baignes is a commune in the Haute-Saône department in the region of Franche-Comté in eastern France.-References:*

Traditionally, bail is some form of property deposited or pledged to a court to persuade it to release a suspect from jail, on the understanding that the suspect will return for trial or forfeit the bail

Traditionally, bail is some form of property deposited or pledged to a court to persuade it to release a suspect from jail, on the understanding that the suspect will return for trial or forfeit the bail

Bail (jewelry)
A bail is a component of certain types of jewelry, mostly necklaces, that is used to attach a pendant or stone. The bail is normally placed in the center of the necklace where the pendant hangs.

"Bailando" was a hit single by Belgian group Paradisio in 1997. It is the first single from the band and also their signature song.

Baile (Spanish play)
A baile or baile entremesado is a short theatrical piece in the Spanish Golden Age tradition. It consists of an elaborate production number with singing and dancing, and is used between the acts of a comedia. Bailes were humorous performances featuring elaborate choreography and acrobatics

-Fictional Characters:* Beetle Bailey, a comic strip created by Mort Walker* Bailey Pickett, a character on The Suite Life on Deck* Miranda Bailey, a character Grey's Anatomy

Bailey (given name)
Bailey is a given name taken from an English surname meaning "bailiff."The name is in use for both boys and girls in the United States. Bailey was the 666th most popular name for American boys born in 2007 and the 83rd most popular name for American girls. It was most popular for boys in the late 1990s, when it ranked among the top 200 names

A bailiwick is usually the area of jurisdiction of a bailiff, and may also apply to a territory in which the sheriff's functions were exercised by a privately appointed bailiff under a royal or imperial writ. The word is now more generally used in a metaphorical sense, to indicate a sphere of authority, experience, activity, study or interest

Baille may refer to:*Ludovico Baille*Baillé, a French commune in Brittany

Bailo is a municipality located in the province of Huesca, Aragon, Spain. According to the 2004 census , the municipality has a population of 256 inhabitants.-Villages:*Bailo*Larués*Arrés*Alastuey*Arbués*Paternoy*Especiello*Gabás*Huértalo

Bairro is a Portuguese word and refers to a community or region within a city or municipality. Bairros exist in the majority of large cities in the world. Related words in English include neighborhood, district, borough or subdivision

Bait may refer to:* Bait , bait as a luring substance* Bait and switch, a form of fraud* Bait car, vehicle rigged by the police to catch auto thieves* Dog-baiting, using dogs to worry or torment a chained or confined animal

Baita is an Italian term used to refer to small dwellings of the Italian Alps and Apennines. They are usually constructed with dry-stone walls, although wood may also be used, and are typically roofed with substantial stone slabs known as piodi which provide protection from heavy winter snowfalls

Baize is a coarse woollen cloth, sometimes called felt in American English based on a similarity in appearance.-Usage:

Baize (disambiguation)
Baize is a coarse woollen cloth.Baize may also refer to:* 1591 Baize, a main-belt asteroid* Paul Baize , French pediatrician and amateur astronomer

Baja California
Baja California officially Estado Libre y Soberano de Baja California is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. It is both the northernmost and westernmost state of Mexico. Before becoming a state in 1953, the area was known as the North Territory of Baja California

Baja California (disambiguation)
- Geography :*Baja California , the 29th Mexican state .*Baja California Sur , the 31st Mexican state .

Bajka is a village and municipality in the Levice District in the Nitra Region of Slovakia.-Geography:The village lies at an altitude of 159 metres and covers an area of .It has a population of about 335 people.-Facilities:

Bajka (music)
Bajka is a female artist born in India and raised in Portugal and South Africa. She is a poet, singer, producer and songwriter. "Bajka" in some slavonic languages means "fable".

Bajs may refer to:*Damir Bajs , Croatian politician*British Association for Jewish Studies, a UK organisation promoting the scholarly study of Jewish culture*British Association for Japanese studies, a UK organisation promoting Japanese studies

The Bahagian Agama dan Kaunseling or BAKA is the Muslim chaplain service of the Royal Malaysian Police.- External links :

Bakari is a village in the Bassar Prefecture in the Kara Region of north-western Togo..-External links:**

Baker (surname)
Baker is a common surname meaning "baker" and may refer to:*A J Baker, Australian philosopher*Al Baker, several people*Alison Baker , Canadian racewalker

Baker Street (album)
Baker Street is a compilation album released in 1999 by Gerry Rafferty. It features 16 of his best hits from 1978 to 1988.-Track listing:#"Baker Street" — 6.11#"Right Down the Line" — 4.30#"City to City" — 5.05#"Waiting for the Day" — 5.47

A bakery is an establishment which produces and sells flour-based food baked in an oven such as bread, cakes, pastries and pies. Some retail bakeries are also cafés, serving coffee and tea to customers who wish to consume the baked goods on the premises.-See also:*Baker*Cake shop*Cakery*Coffeehouse*Konditorei*Pâtisserie

Bąki may refer to the following places in Poland:*Bąki, Lower Silesian Voivodeship *Bąki, Łódź Voivodeship *Bąki, Masovian Voivodeship *Bąki, Opole Voivodeship

Baking is the technique of prolonged cooking of food by dry heat acting by convection, and not by radiation, normally in an oven, but also in hot ashes, or on hot stones. It is primarily used for the preparation of bread, cakes, pastries and pies, tarts, quiches, cookies and crackers. Such items are sometimes referred to as "baked goods," and are sold at a bakery

Baking is the technique of prolonged cooking of food by dry heat acting by convection, and not by radiation, normally in an oven, but also in hot ashes, or on hot stones. It is primarily used for the preparation of bread, cakes, pastries and pies, tarts, quiches, cookies and crackers. Such items are sometimes referred to as "baked goods," and are sold at a bakery

Baking powder
Baking powder is a dry chemical leavening agent used to increase the volume and lighten the texture of baked goods such as muffins, cakes, scones and American-style biscuits. Baking powder works by releasing carbon dioxide gas into a batter or dough through an acid-base reaction, causing bubbles in the wet mixture to expand and thus leavening the mixture

-People:*Alf Bakken, Norwegian politician for the Progress Party*Atle Bakken, Norwegian composer*Anne-Lise Bakken , Norwegian politician*Brenda Bakken-Lackey, former Canadian provincial politician*Christopher Bakken, American poet and professor

Bakla may refer to:* Bəklə, Azerbaijan* Bakla, Bangladesh* Bakla

Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo pastry filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey. It is characteristic of the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire and much of central and southwest Asia.

The Bal surname, of differing origins, is common among several communities.-History and origin:Bals are descendents of Indo-Aryan tribes. According to the Mahabharata they are the descendents of Bhagat Prahlada's grandson Raja Bali .-Distribution in India:*Several people belonging to this Jat gotra can be found in Haryana

Bal (disambiguation)
Bal may refer to:* Bal Gangadhar Tilak , Indian nationalist, social reformer and freedom fighter* Bal, Jat gotra and Muslim community* Bal , a 2010 Turkish film* Bronchoalveolar lavage, syn. tracheal wash* Basic assembly language

Bala (actor)
Bala is an Indian film actor who mainly acts in Malayalam and Tamil films. He acted in several Tamil films which were unsuccessful, and later entered Malayalam film industry. He got engaged to his friend Idea Star Singer fame Amrutha Suresh in September 2009

Bala (Virgin Comics)
Bala is a comic book character from the Devi comic book by Virgin Comics.-Biography:Bala was the son of Bodha, king of the gods, and became unsatisfied with his life in the heavens, deciding to instead conquer the people of the mortal realm, and feed off their worship, to become the most powerful god

A balaclava , also known as a balaclava helmet or ski mask, is a form of cloth headgear that covers the whole head, exposing only part of the face. Often only the eyes or eyes and mouth are left exposed

Balad can refer to the following places:* Balad, Iraq* Joint Base Balad, Iraq* Balad, Saudi Arabia - downtown area of Jeddah* Balad, SomaliaIt may also refer to:* Balad - an Arab-Israeli political party-See also:* Al-Balad

Balalaika (disambiguation)
A balalaika is a stringed musical instrument of Slavic origin.Balalaika can also refer to:* An unofficial nickname for the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 Russian fighter jet, from its planform shape

Balalaika (song)
is the second solo single of Morning Musume and Hello! Project member Koharu Kusumi, under the name of . Tsukishima is a character in the anime series Kirarin Revolution that Kusumi is the voice of, and "Balalaika" is also used as the second opening theme song of the series. The second track on the single is "Mizuiro Melody"

Balalayka (film)
Balalayka is a 2000 Turkish drama film directed by Ali Özgentürk and written by Işıl Özgentürk.-Cast:*Uğur Yücel as Necati*Cem Davran as Hasan*Yekaterina Rednikova as Tanya*Ercan Yazgan*Ozan Güven as Mehmet*Atılay Uluışık*Necdet Yakın

- Equipment :* Balance beam, a piece of gymnastics apparatus.* Balance board, a piece of training equipment.* Balancing machine, a machine that balances mechanical rotating parts to lessen vibration.* Balance wheel, a watch component.

Balance (ability)
In biomechanics, balance is an ability to maintain the center of gravity of a body within the base of support with minimal postural sway. When exercising the ability to balance, one is said to be balancing.

Balance (Kim-Lian album)
Balance is the debut album of the Dutch singer Kim-Lian. It was released on May 25, 2004 in the Netherlands. Kim-Lian said the album to be "a fun pop/rock album". The album spawned four top 20 singles, being "Teenage Superstar", "Hey Boy", "Garden of Love" and Kim Wilde cover "Kids in America".-Track listing:-Singles:-Chart success:

Balance (puzzle)
A balance puzzle is a mathematical puzzle which challenges the solver to distribute a subset of numbers so that the several sides of a stylized diagram representing a balance scale are equal

Balance sheet
In financial accounting, a balance sheet or statement of financial position is a summary of the financial balances of a sole proprietorship, a business partnership or a company. Assets, liabilities and ownership equity are listed as of a specific date, such as the end of its financial year. A balance sheet is often described as a "snapshot of a company's financial condition"

Balancer are a hybrid breed of beef cattle, a combination of Gelbvieh and Angus. These cattle are bred for their hybrid vigour, resulting in a higher growth rate and better quality meat.

Balanomorpha is a suborder of barnacles, containing familiar acorn barnacles of the seashore. It contains the following families:*Archaeobalanidae Newman & Ross, 1976*Balanidae Leach, 1817*Bathylasmatidae Newman & Ross, 1971*Catophragmidae Utinomi, 1968

Balat is the traditional Jewish quarter in the Fatih district of Istanbul. It is located on the European side of Istanbul, in the old city on the historic peninsula, on the western bank of the Golden Horn

Blue white screen
The blue-white screen is a screening technique that allows for the detection of successful ligations in vector-based gene cloning. DNA of interest is ligated into a vector. The vector is then transformed into competent cell . The competent cells are grown in the presence of X-gal

Blue Wildebeest
The Blue Wildebeest , also called the Common Wildebeest, is a large antelope and one of two species of wildebeest. It grows to 115–145 cm shoulder height and attains a body mass of 168–274 kg. They range the open plains, bushveld and dry woodlands of Southern and East Africa, living for more than twenty years

Blue Zone
A Blue Zone is a region of the world where people commonly live active lives past the age of 100 years. Scientists and demographers have classified these longevity hot-spots by having common healthy traits and life practices that result in higher-than-normal longevity.The name Blue Zone seems to have been first employed in a scientific article by a team of demographers working on

Blue-and-yellow Macaw
The Blue-and-Yellow Macaw , also known as the Blue-and-Gold Macaw, is a member of the group of large Neotropical parrots known as macaws. It breeds in forest and woodland of tropical South America from Trinidad and Venezuela south to Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay

Blue-eyed Darner
The Blue-eyed Darner is a dragonfly of the family Aeshnidae.The Blue-eyed Darner is a common dragonfly of the western United States commonly sighted in the sagebrush steppe of the Snake River Plain, occurring east to the Midwest from central Canada and the Dakotas south to west Texas and Oklahoma

Blue-ringed octopus
The blue-ringed octopuses are three octopus species that live in tide pools in the Pacific Ocean, from Japan to Australia . They are currently recognized as one of the world's most venomous marine animals

Blue-spotted Salamander
The Blue-spotted salamander, or Ambystoma laterale, is a mole salamander native to the Great Lakes states and northeastern United States, and parts of Ontario and Quebec in Canada. Their range is known to extend to James Bay to the north, and southeastern Manitoba to the west.-Description:These salamanders are between 8 and 14 cm in length, of which the tail comprises 40%

Blue-tailed Skink
The Blue-tailed Skink is a skink native to Australia's Christmas Island and is not closely related to the Plestiodon skinks of North America, whose juveniles are known for their blue tails

Blue-tongued lizard
Blue tongue lizard redirects here. For the aboriginal Australian myth, see Bluetongue Lizard .Blue-tongued skinks comprise the Australasian genus, Tiliqua, which contains some of the largest members of the skink family . They are commonly called blue-tongued lizards or simply blue-tongues in Australia

Blue-winged Kookaburra
The Blue-winged Kookaburra, Dacelo leachii, is a large species of kingfisher native to northern Australia and southern New Guinea.Measuring around 40 cm , it is slightly smaller than the more familiar Laughing Kookaburra. It has cream-coloured upper- and underparts barred with brownish markings. It has blue wings and brown shoulders and blue rump

Blueberries are flowering plants of the genus Vaccinium with dark-blue berries and are perennial

Blueberry Hill (song)
"Blueberry Hill" is a popular song published in 1940 best remembered for its 1950s rock n' roll version by Fats Domino. The music was written by Vincent Rose, the lyrics by Al Lewis. It was recorded six times in 1940

The bluebirds are a group of medium-sized, mostly insectivorous or omnivorous birds in the genus Sialia of the thrush family . Bluebirds are one of the few thrush genera in the Americas. They have blue, or blue and red, plumage

Bluebird Records
Bluebird Records is a sub-label of RCA Victor Records originally created in 1932 to counter the American Record Company in the "3 records for a dollar" market. Along with ARC's Perfect Records, Melotone Records and Romeo Records, and the independent US Decca label, Bluebird became one of the best selling 'cheap' labels of the 1930s and early 1940s

The Bluegill is a species of freshwater fish sometimes referred to as bream, brim, or copper nose. It is a member of the sunfish family Centrarchidae of the order Perciformes.-Range and distribution:

Bluegrass music
Bluegrass music is a form of American roots music, and a sub-genre of country music. It has mixed roots in Scottish, English, Welsh and Irish traditional music

Bluenose was a Canadian fishing and racing schooner from Nova Scotia built in 1921. She was later commemorated by a replica Bluenose II built in 1963. A celebrated racing ship and hard-working fishing vessel, Bluenose became a provincial icon for Nova Scotia as well as important Canadian symbol in the 1930s

Blueskin Bay
Blueskin Bay is an estuary in coastal Otago, about 25 km north of Dunedin.The name also unofficially describes the rural district which includes the northern slopes of Mount Cargill, the southern slopes of the Kilmog, and the townships of Doctors Point, Waitati, Evansdale, Warrington, and Seacliff.-Place names:Originally called Waitete, a Maori reference to the number of

Bluestone National Scenic River
The Bluestone National Scenic River protects a section of the Bluestone River in Summers and Mercer counties of southern West Virginia. It was created in 1988 under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and is protected by the National Park Service.

Bluestone River
The Bluestone River is a tributary of the New River, 77 mi long, in southwestern Virginia and southern West Virginia in the United States. Via the New, Kanawha and Ohio Rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River

Bluetick Coonhound
The Bluetick Coonhound is a breed of dog. It is a type of coonhound and typically bred in the southern United States.- Appearance :The overall body style of the Bluetick Coonhound is muscular and speedy, not chunky or clumsily built. The head is carried well up and the tail carried over the back, without signs of fear or nervousness

Bluetooth is a proprietary open wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances from fixed and mobile devices, creating personal area networks with high levels of security

The blunderbuss is a muzzle-loading firearm with a short, large caliber barrel, which is flared at the muzzle and frequently throughout the entire bore, and used with shot and other projectiles of relevant quantity and/or caliber. The blunderbuss could be considered to be an early form of shotgun, which was often adapted to military and defensive use

Blundstone Footwear
Blundstone Footwear is an Australian footwear manufacturer, based in Hobart, Tasmania. The company's best-known product is its line of laceless, elastic-sided, ankle-length boots

Blyth, Northumberland
Blyth is a town and civil parish in southeast Northumberland, England. It lies on the coast, to the south of the River Blyth and is approximately 21 kilometres  northeast of Newcastle upon Tyne

BMC B-Series engine
The BMC B-series was a straight-4 internal combustion engine family, mostly used in motor cars, created by British company Austin Motor Company. The pre-cursor of the "B" series engine was a 1200 cc OHV engine which was used in the 1947 Austin A40 Devon. This A40 Devon engine was based on a pre-war Side-valve design

BMC C-Series engine
The BMC C-Series was a straight-6 automobile engine produced from 1956 to 1971. Unlike the Austin designed A and B-series engines, it came from the Morris engines drawing office in Coventry

Bmi (airline)
British Midland Airways Limited , is an airline based at Donington Hall in Castle Donington in the United Kingdom, close to East Midlands Airport, and a fully owned subsidiary of Lufthansa

The BMP-1 is a Soviet amphibious tracked infantry fighting vehicle. BMP stands for Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty 1 , meaning "infantry fighting vehicle". The BMP-1 was the world's first mass-produced infantry fighting vehicle

The BMP-3 is a Russian amphibious infantry fighting vehicle, successor to the BMP-1 and BMP-2. BMP stands for Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty .- Production history :

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG is a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company founded in 1916. It also owns and produces the Mini marque, and is the parent company of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. BMW produces motorcycles under BMW Motorrad and Husqvarna brands

BMW 3 Series
The BMW 3 Series is a compact executive car manufactured by the German automaker BMW since May 1975. Successor to the BMW New Class, it has been produced in five different generations and in no less than five different body styles. It is BMW's best-selling model, accounting for around 30% of the BMW brand's annual total sales

BMW 327
The BMW 327 is a medium sized touring coupé produced by the Bavarian firm between 1937 and 1941, and again produced after 1945. It sat on a shortened version of the BMW 326 chassis.-Launch:

BMW 328
The BMW 328 is a sports car made by BMW between 1936 and 1940, with the body design credited to Peter Szymanowski, who became BMW chief of design after World War II .

BMW 507
The BMW 507 is a roadster produced by BMW from 1956 to 1959. Initially intended to be exported to the United States at a rate of thousands per year, it ended up being too expensive, resulting in a total production figure of 252 cars and heavy losses for BMW.

BMW 700
The BMW 700 was a small rear-engined car produced by BMW in various models from August 1959 to November 1965. It was the first BMW automobile with a monocoque structure. The 700 was a sales success at a time when BMW was close to financial ruin

BMW 8 Series
The BMW 8 Series is a V8- or V12-engined 2-door 2+2 coupe built by BMW from 1989 to 1999. While it did supplant the original E24 based 6 Series in 1991, a common misconception is that the 8 Series was developed as a successor

BMW Compact
The BMW Compact is a compact car / small family car, basically a truncated liftback version of the BMW 3 Series, produced by the German automaker BMW between 1993 and 2004. From 1994, it was based on the BMW E36 platform, switching to the BMW E46 platform in 2001

The BMW E12 BMW 5-Series was made between 1972 and 1981. The E12 was the first series to bear the 5 Series name: the '5' denoting BMW's fifth 'New Class' platform. Designed as a replacement for the popular BMW New Class mid-size sedan, the E12 5-Series models were smaller than the large BMW E3 sedan but larger than the two-door 2002 models

The BMW E23 is the first BMW 7 Series luxury car, produced by the German automaker BMW. Replacing the BMW E3 large sedan, the E23 was produced for ten years from 1977 to 1987 and was replaced by the BMW E32 7 Series in 1986.-Design and features:

After almost 7 years in development since September 1979, in July 1986, BMW introduced the second generation of the 7 series, known internally as the E32. Aimed at the high end of the luxury market, the car offered some of the latest innovations in automotive technology, and a new, top-of-the-line V12 engine

The BMW E34 is the version of the BMW 5 Series automobile built from February 1988 to 1995 with the Touring model ending June 1996. It replaced the BMW E28 in 1988 and was replaced by the E39 in 1996.

The BMW E38 model was the basis for the 1995 through 2001 BMW 7 Series automobiles. Developed from early 1988 to 1994, it was unveiled in the summer of 1994, replacing the BMW E32 that September and itself was replaced by the BMW E65/E66 for the 2002 model year.The E38 models were offered with either a five-speed automatic or manual transmission; 730d,

The BMW E39 is the BMW 5 Series made between 1995 and 2003. The E39 was the successor of the BMW E34 in 1995, and itself was replaced by the E60 platform in 2003. Sales to Germany and the United Kingdom began in 1995, and by 1996 sales to the rest of the world had commenced. A mid-generational refresh appeared in 2001, featuring minute detail changes

The BMW E46 is the fourth generation of the 3 Series compact executive cars produced by BMW, produced from 1998 when it succeeded the BMW E36 until it was replaced by the BMW E90 in 2005.

The BMW E60 is the BMW 5 Series automobile, replacing the BMW E39 in 2003. It was replaced by the BMW F10 from March 2010. The E60 was available in both sedan and station wagon platforms.

The saloon model was the first model sold of the 5th generation BMW 3 series. Debuting in the US in 2006, the E90 came in two trims, the 325i/xi and 330i/xi models

BMW F650 single
The BMW F650 is a family of single-cylinder motorcycles that was produced by BMW Motorrad beginning in 1993. Models include the F650ST Strada, F650 Funduro, F650GS, F650GS Dakar and latterly the G650GS

The F650CS was a standard motorcycle made by BMW Motorrad from 2001 to 2005. CS stood for city/street, as it was aimed at urban commuters and it was also known as the Scarver, a portmanteau of street and carver. The CS was the third generation in the F650 single series, after the 1993–2001 F650, and 2000–7 F650GS

The BMW K75 was a standard motorcycle produced by BMW Motorrad from 1985 to 1995. At the time of its introduction, the K75 was BMW's cheapest motorcycle

The first BMW M5, based on the E28 5 Series, made its debut at Amsterdam Motor Show in February 1984. It was the product of demand for an automobile with the carrying capacity of a saloon , but the overall performance of a sports car. It utilized the 535i chassis and an evolution of the engine from the BMW M1

The first BMW M5, based on the E28 5 Series, made its debut at Amsterdam Motor Show in February 1984. It was the product of demand for an automobile with the carrying capacity of a saloon , but the overall performance of a sports car. It utilized the 535i chassis and an evolution of the engine from the BMW M1

The BMW M52 is a Straight 6 piston engine. Displacement ranges from 2000 cc to 3200 cc. It is a DOHC 24-valve engine, originally introduced with VANOS Variable Valve Timing. It replaced the BMW M50 engine in 1994 and was replaced in 2001 with the BMW M54 engine

The BMW M54 is a straight-6 engine, debuting in the year 2000. It is an evolution of the BMW M52. The engine has Double VANOS variable valve timing to adjust timing of both intake and exhaust valves.-M54B22:

The BMW M6, also known as the BMW M635CSi, is a high-performance version of the 6-Series automobile, designed by the motorsport division of BMW

BMW motorcycles
BMW's motorcycle history began in 1921 when the company commenced manufacturing engines for other companies. Motorcycle manufacturing now operates under the BMW Motorrad brand

BMW New Class
The BMW New Class was a line of compact sedans and coupes produced by German automaker BMW starting with the 1962 1500 and continuing through the last 2002s in 1977.

BMW r1200rt
The BMW R1200RT is a touring motorcycle that was introduced in 2005 by BMW Motorrad to replace the R1150RT model. It features a flat-twin engine with a six-speed gearbox and shaft drive.-Previous RT models, 1970s to 2004:

The BMW R75 is a World War II-era motorcycle and sidecar combination produced by the German company BMW.In the 1930s BMW were producing a number of popular and highly effective motorcycles

The BMW Z3 was the first modern mass-market roadster produced by BMW, as well as the first new BMW model assembled in the United States. The Z3 was introduced as a 1996 model year vehicle, shortly after being featured in the James Bond movie,

Bicycle motocross or BMX refers to the sport in which the main goal is extreme racing on bicycles in motocross style on tracks with inline start and expressive obstacles, and it is also the term that refers to the bicycle itself that is designed for dirt and motocross cycling.- History :BMX started in the early 1970s when children began racing their bicycles on dirt tracks in

BMX racing
BMX racing is a type of off-road bicycle racing. The format of BMX was derived from motocross racing. BMX bicycle races are sprint races on purpose-built off-road single-lap race tracks. The track usually small a starting gate for up to eight racers, a groomed, serpentine, dirt race course made of various jumps and rollers and a finish line

Bnei Menashe
The Bnei Menashe are a group of more than 9,000 people from India's North-Eastern border states of Manipur and Mizoram who claim descent from one of the Lost Tribes of Israel. The claim appeared after a Pentecostalist dreamt in 1951 that his people's pre-Christian religion was Judaism and that their original homeland was Israel

BNSF Railway
The BNSF Railway is a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., and is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. It is one of seven North American Class I railroads and the second largest freight railroad network in North America, second only to the Union Pacific Railroad, its primary competitor for Western U.S

BNSF Railway Line
The BNSF Railway Line is a commuter rail line in the United States, provided by Metra and operated by the BNSF Railway in Chicago and its surrounding suburbs

Bo Bice
Harold Elwin "Bo" Bice, Jr. is an American singer and musician who placed second to Carrie Underwood in the fourth season of American Idol. He has recorded three studio albums, including one on RCA Records

Bo Jackson
Vincent Edward "Bo" Jackson is a former American baseball and football player. He was the first athlete to be named an All-Star in two major American sports, and also won the Heisman Trophy in 1985.

Boa constrictor
The Boa constrictor is a large, heavy-bodied species of snake. It is a member of the family Boidae found in North, Central, and South America, as well as some islands in the Caribbean. A staple of private collections and public displays, its color pattern is highly variable yet distinctive

Wild boar, also wild pig, is a species of the pig genus Sus, part of the biological family Suidae. The species includes many subspecies. It is the wild ancestor of the domestic pig, an animal with which it freely hybridises