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Baz
Baz may refer to:Places*Baz, Albania, a municipality in the Mat District, Dibër County, northern Albania*Baz, Iran, city in northern Iran*Baz, Turkey, region in eastern TurkeyOther*A common name for the foobar, also foobaz

Bazaar (1982 film)
Bazaar is a 1982 Indian film directed by Sagar Sarhadi and starring Naseeruddin Shah, Farooq Shaikh, Smita Patil and Supriya Pathak.The film highlights the tragedy of young girls being sold by needy parents to affluent Indians in the Gulf

Bazaar (supermarkets)
Bazaar supermarkets is a discount supermarket chain in Greece. As of 2006, it operates around 60 stores. It belongs to the Veroukas Group of companies.

Bazalt
Weapons manufacturing company in Russia that took over or continued the production of weapons such as the RPG-7 after the collapse of the Soviet Union and today manufactures the RPG-7V2 and the RPG-29.From the English page of the company website:

Bazooka
Bazooka is the common name for a man-portable recoilless rocket antitank weapon, widely fielded by the U.S. Army. Also referred to as the "Stovepipe", the innovative bazooka was amongst the first-generation of rocket propelled anti-tank weapons used in infantry combat

BB
BB may refer to:*BB , an ammunition for a BB gun-Transportation:*Toyota bB, a car sold in Japan*NZR Bb class, a New Zealand locomotive class*Seaborne Airlines' IATA airline code*Buckingham Branch Railroad's reporting mark

BBL (disambiguation)
BBL can refer to:* Baltic Basketball League* Big Bash League* Basketball Bundesliga* Bank Bruxelles Lambert, a Belgian bank, now merged into ING Group* Internet acronym for "Be Back Later"* Benthic boundary layer* Bird Banding Laboratory

BBS
-Technologies:* Bulletin Board System, a computer that allows users to dial into the system over a phone line or telnet connection* BIOS Boot Specification, a system firmware specification related initial program load

BBY
BBY is a three letter acronym, and may stand for:* Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, is the city immediately east of Vancouver.* "Before the Battle of Yavin", a system of measuring Dates in Star Wars.

BC
BC or B.C. may refer to:* Before Christ, an epoch used in dating years prior to the estimated birth of Jesus-Geography:* Baja California, a state in Mexico* Bell Centre, an arena in Montreal, Quebec, Canada* British Columbia, a province in Canada

BD
BD, Bd or bd may refer to:* B. D. , a major character in the Doonesbury comic strip* Bande dessinée , a French term for comic books or graphic novels* Broder Daniel, a Swedish indie pop band

Bdellium
Bdellium is an aromatic gum like myrrh that is exuded from a tree. A medieval Arab writer first made the identification with gum guggul, the species Commiphora wightii, although "bdellium" has also been used to identify the African species C. africana and at least one other Indian species, C. stocksiana

BE
BE, B.E., Be or be may refer to:*The verb to be *Bachelor of Engineering, undergraduate academic degree*Buddhist Era of the Thai solar calendar*Bahá'í Era, the date notation of the Bahá'í calendar

Be (Casiopea album)
- Personnel :CASIOPEA are* Styling - Sono Terasawa* Hair & Make up - Nobuyuki Kougo- Release history :

Be My Guest
Be My Guest may refer to:* "Be My Guest" , a 1958 science fiction story by Damon Knight* Be My Guest , a 1961 British musical film directed by Lance Comfort

Be My Guest (film)
Be My Guest is a 1965 British black and white musical film. It was filmed at Pinewood Film Studios, London, England. The film is notable for the appearance of Steve Marriott who started out as a child actor before giving up a promising acting career to help form successful rock groups Small Faces and Humble Pie; and for the appearance of Jerry Lee Lewis who was at the peak of his

Be My Guest (short story)
"Be My Guest" is a science fiction short story by Damon Knight. It was first published in the September 1958 issue of Fantastic Universe and was re-printed in the collections Off Center and The Others

Beach
A beach is a geological landform along the shoreline of an ocean, sea, lake or river. It usually consists of loose particles which are often composed of rock, such as sand, gravel, shingle, pebbles or cobblestones

Beach (nautical)
Beaching is when a vessel is laid ashore, or grounded deliberately in shallow water. This is more usual with small flat-bottomed boats. Larger ships may be beached deliberately, for instance in an emergency a damaged ship might be beached to prevent it from sinking in deep water

Beachcomber
Beachcomber may refer to:* Beachcomber * Beachcomber , a nom de plume used by several humor columnists* Beachcomber , the name of multiple characters in the Transformers universe

Beachcomber (22 ft)
Beachcomber is a round bilge glass-reinforced plastic keelboat designed and built in New Zealand around 1980. The designer of the Beachcomber was R Hart Whangaparoa, New Zealand. Designer is said to have drowned off east end of Waiheke while young.Beachcombers have either a fin keel or bilge keels

Beaches (novel)
Beaches is a novel written by Iris Rainer Dart and is about two friends, struggling actress Cee Cee Bloom and the conventional Bertie Barron. The story follows them through their life as young girls until Bertie's death from cancer in her late 30s.

Beaches (soundtrack)
Beaches is the soundtrack to the Academy Award nominated feature film of the same name starring Bette Midler, who performs most of the tracks on the album, released on the Atlantic Records label in 1988

Beachhead (disambiguation)
A beachhead is a military term used to describe the line created when a unit reaches a beach, and begins to defend that area of beach.Beachhead or Beach Head may also refer to:

Beacon
A beacon is an intentionally conspicuous device designed to attract attention to a specific location.Beacons can also be combined with semaphoric or other indicators to provide important information, such as the status of an airport, by the colour and rotational pattern of its airport beacon, or of pending weather as indicated on a weather beacon mounted at the top of a tall building

Bead (woodworking)
A bead is a woodworking decorative treatment applied to various elements of wooden furniture, boxes and other items.A bead is typically a rounded shape cut into a square edge to soften the edge and provide some protection against splitting

Bead breaker
A bead breaker is a tool used for separating tires from rims. The inside ring of the tire is called the lip, and the bead on the lip seals to the rim in a radial-ply tire, trapping the air inside

Beadle
Beadle, sometimes spelled "bedel," is a lay official of a church or synagogue who may usher, keep order, make reports, and assist in religious functions; or a minor official who carries out various civil, educational, or ceremonial duties.

Beadle (disambiguation)
-People:*Al Beadle, American modernist architect*Chauncey Beadle*David Beadle, bass guitarist for New Zealand based rock band The Naked and Famous*Erastus Flavel Beadle*George Wells Beadle, scientist*Jean Beadle*Jeremy Beadle, English television presenter

Beak
The beak, bill or rostrum is an external anatomical structure of birds which is used for eating and for grooming, manipulating objects, killing prey, fighting, probing for food, courtship and feeding young

Beaker
Beaker may refer to:* Beaker , a beverage container* Beaker , or "laboratory beaker", a glass object used for holding fluids and chemicals in a laboratory setting.* Beaker , a prehistoric drinking vessel

Beaker (Muppet)
Beaker is a Muppet character from The Muppet Show. He is the shy, long-suffering assistant of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, and is likewise named for a piece of laboratory equipment, although his shape more closely resembles an Erlenmeyer flask.

Beam
Beam may refer to:*Beam , a construction element*Beam , the most extreme width of a nautical vessel, or a point alongside the ship at the mid-point of its length*A narrow, propagating stream of particles or energy:

Beams
Beams is a Japanese clothing brand, established in 1976, whose chief executive officer is Yo Shitara. Besides stores in many places in Japan, they have branch offices in New York, Milan, London, and Paris.

Beams (disambiguation)
The term Beams may refer to:* Beams, a Japanese clothing brand.* Beams, an album by The Presets.* Jesse Beams, a physicist at University of Virginia and prolific inventor.* BEAMS, a brand name of Toyota engines.

Bean bag (disambiguation)
Bean bag may refer to:* Bean bag, a bag containing beans* Flexible baton round, a type of anti-riot projectile* Bean Bag, an instrumental tune by Herb Alpert, aka the theme tune to It's a Knockout.You may also be looking for:

Beane
Beane is a village in Hertfordshire, England.

Beaner
Beaner is a slang term, widely regarded as derogatory, that refers to people of Mexican descent. The term originates from the prevalence of frijoles pintos and other beans in Mexican food.

Beanfeast
In Britain, Beanfeast is a vegetarian processed food made from soya. It is sold in dried form, in packets, to be mixed with water and boiled. The cooked product resembles mince.

Beanie
A beanie is a head-hugging brimless cap with or without a visor that was once popular among school boys.-Description:In the United States of America, beanies are made by triangular sections of cloth joined by a button at the crown and seamed together around the sides.They can also be made from leather and silk

Bear claw
Bear claw may refer to:* Bear claw * Berenklauw, a fried Dutch snack* The claw of a bear

Bear Down
"Bear Down" is the official motto of the University of Arizona , located in Tucson, Arizona. It is the inspiration for "Bear Down, Arizona!," the unofficial fight song of the school's Arizona Wildcats

Bear hug
In wrestling, a bear hug, also known as a bodylock, is a grappling clinch hold and stand-up grappling position where the arms are wrapped around the opponent, either around the opponent's chest, midsection, or thighs; sometimes with one or both of the opponents arms pinned to the opponent's body

Bear in Mind
Bear in Mind is the first album by Toby Leung, and was released in June 2005. It contains 9 tracks and 2 Music Videos.The tracks on the album are:Audio Tracks# 我們仨 # 你是最重要 # 兌換晴天

Beard
A beard is the collection of hair that grows on the chin, cheeks and neck of human beings. Usually, only pubescent or adult males are able to grow beards. However, women with hirsutism may develop a beard

Beard (disambiguation)
A beard is a type of human facial hair, and also refers to a dangling hair growth on goats.Beard may also refer to:-People:*Adrien Beard, American voice actor*Al Beard, former American basketball player*Alana Beard, American basketball player

Bearded (magazine)
Bearded is a bi-monthly music magazine that distributes nationwide through WHSmith, Borders, independent record shops and newsagents. The magazine covers the independent music industry and only reviews artists who are either unsigned or signed to independent record labels.Bearded is known for its high quality print which uses 100% recycled paper stock and its very high standard

Bearer
Bearer may refer to:* Bearer or porter, a person who carries objects* Bearer channel, a telecommunications term* Bearer instrument, a type of document* Beam or bearer, a structural element

Bearing
Bearing may refer to:* Bearing , a term for direction* Bearing , a component that separates moving parts and takes a load* Bearing capacity*Bearings, album by Ronnie Montrose in 2000

Bears (Friesland)
Bears or Beers is a small village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Littenseradiel, about 8 km southwest of Leeuwarden.Bears has a population of about 120.

Bearskin (disambiguation)
Bearskin may refer to*Bearskin, a tall fur cap.*Bearskin , a traditional German fairy tale about a deal with the devil.*Bearskin , a French literary fairy tale.*Bearskin , a German film from the year 1986.

Bearskin (French fairy tale)
Bearskin is a French literary fairy tale attributed to Henriette-Julie de Murat.-Synopsis:A king and queen had lost all their children except a daughter, whom they were in no hurry to marry off. The king of the ogres, Rhinoceros, heard of her and decided to marry her; when he threatened the kingdom with his ogres, the king decided he had no choice

Beart
The surname Beart may refer to:*Emmanuelle Béart, a French actress*Guy Béart, a French singer and songwriter and father of Emmanuelle Béart*Mignon Beart and Ninon Beart, both characters in The King of Fighters*Samantha Béart, British actress

Beast
Beast or Bestial may refer to:* Animal** In particular, megafauna- Computers and games :* Beast , computer-graphics lighting software* Beast , a Windows-based backdoor trojan horse

Beast (Alton Towers)
Alton Beast was a roller coaster at Alton Towers. It first opened in 1988 in the Talbot Street section of the park with the Alton Mouse, a second-hand wild mouse coaster, and was marketed by the park as the largest coaster in the UK

Beast (Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode)
"Beast" is a fourth season episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.-Plot summary:In this episode, Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the case of a woman brought into the emergency room as a result of being poisoned.

Beast (novel)
Beast is a young adult novel by Ally Kennen, published in 2006. It won the 2007 Manchester Book Award, and was shortlisted for the 2006 Booktrust Teenage Prize, the 2007 Carnegie Medal and the 2007 Branford Boase Award

Beast of burden
Beast of burden is a synonym for pack animal.Beast of burden may also refer to:*"Beast of Burden" , originally written and performed by The Rolling Stones*"Beast of Burden" , a television episode

Beasts (John Crowley)
Beasts is a novel by John Crowley,published in 1976 by Doubleday.-Plot summary:Beasts describes a world in which genetically engineered animals are given a variety of human characteristics. Painter is a leo, a combination of man and lion

Beasts (novella)
Beasts is a novella by Joyce Carol Oates and was originally published in 2001.-Plot summary:Set in an apparently idyllic New England college town in the 1970s, Beasts is the story of Gillian Brauer, a talented young student obsessed with her charismatic anti-establishment English professor Andre Harrow.Knowing that other girls preceded her does not deter Gillian from being

Beasts (TV series)
Beasts is a series of six television plays by Manx writer Nigel Kneale, unconnected but for a bestial horror theme, made by ATV for ITV in the United Kingdom and broadcast in 1976.-Episodes:-External links:* at the BFI's Screenonline

Beat
-Film:*Beat , the smallest unit of dramatic action in a play*Beat , a film about writer William Seward Burroughs*Beat , a 1998 Japanese film*Directorial beat, an exchange of behavior between characters in a screenplay

Beat (1998 film)
thumb|250pxBeat is a Japanese movie released in Japan in 1998, directed by Amon Miyamoto, set in the 60's in Okinawa. It was screened at critics week at the 1998 Venice film festival

Beat (2000 film)
Beat is 2000 American drama film written and directed by Gary Walkow, concerning the period of writer William S. Burroughs's life that he spent with his wife, the late Joan Vollmer, leading up to her accidental murder in 1951.

Broadway Limited
The Broadway Limited was the Pennsylvania Railroad's premier named passenger train, operating daily in each direction between New York City and Chicago, via North Philadelphia. It replaced its predecessors, the Pennsylvania Limited and the Pennsylvania Special

Broadway Melody of 1940
Broadway Melody of 1940 is a 1940 MGM movie musical starring Fred Astaire, Eleanor Powell and George Murphy. It was directed by Norman Taurog and features music by Cole Porter, including "Begin the Beguine".

Broadway theatre
Broadway theatre, commonly called simply Broadway, refers to theatrical performances presented in one of the 40 professional theatres with 500 or more seats located in the Theatre District centered along Broadway, and in Lincoln Center, in Manhattan in New York City

Brock Huard
Brock Xavier Huard is a former American football quarterback in the NFL. Brock's brother, Damon, also played quarterback at the University of Washington and later played in the National Football League

Brock Yates
Brock Yates is an American journalist and author. He was longtime executive editor of Car and Driver, an American automotive magazine. He was a pit reporter for CBS' coverage of certain NASCAR Sprint Cup series races in the 1980s, including the Daytona 500

Brock, Ontario
Brock is a township in the Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario, Canada. Brock Township is also a former municipality and geographic township prior to the amalgamation that formed the current municipality.-History:

Brocket Deer
Brocket deer are the species of deer in the genus Mazama. They are medium to small in size, and are found in the Yucatán Peninsula, Central and South America, and the island of Trinidad. Most species are primarily found in forests. They are superficially similar to the African duikers and the Asian muntjacs, but unrelated

Brockton, Massachusetts
Brockton is a city in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States; the population was 93,810 in the 2010 Census. Brockton, along with Plymouth, are the county seats of Plymouth County

Brodmann area
A Brodmann area is a region of the cerebral cortex defined based on its cytoarchitectonics, or structure and organization of cells.-History:

Brody
Brody is a city in the Lviv Oblast of western Ukraine. It is the administrative center of the Brody Raion , and is located in the valley of the upper Styr River, approximately 90 kilometres northeast of the oblast capital, Lviv

Broken Bow Records
Broken Bow Records is an American independent record label based in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in July of 1999 by Benny Brown, the label specializes in country music The label's general manager is Jon Loba.

Brolga
The Brolga , formerly known as the "Native Companion", is a bird in the crane family. The bird has also been given the name "Australian Crane", a term coined in 1865 by well-known ornithological artist John Gould in his Birds of Australia.The Brolga is a common gregarious wetland bird species in tropical and eastern Australia, well known for its

Bromance
A bromance is a close but non-sexual relationship between two men, a form of homosocial intimacy.-Etymology:Bromance is a portmanteau of the words bro or brother and romance

Bromate
The bromate anion, BrO, is a bromine-based oxoanion. A bromate is a chemical compound that contains this ion. Examples of bromates include sodium bromate, , and potassium bromate, .Bromates are formed many different ways in municipal drinking water

Bromelia
Bromelia is a genus of the botanical family Bromeliaceae, subfamily Bromelioideae. Bromelia species are characterized by flowers with a deeply cleft calyx. The genus is named after the Swedish medical doctor and botanist Olaf Bromelius .-Species:* Bromelia agavifolia Brongniart ex Houllet* Bromelia alsodes H. St. John* Bromelia alta L.B

Bromeliaceae
Bromeliaceae is a family of monocot flowering plants of around 3,170 species native mainly to the tropical Americas, with a few species found in the American subtropics and one in tropical west Africa, Pitcairnia feliciana

Bromo-Seltzer
Bromo-Seltzer , is an antacid used to relieve pain occurring together with heartburn, upset stomach, or acid indigestion. Originally produced by inventor Isaac E

Bromoform
Bromoform is a pale yellowish liquid with a sweet odor similar to chloroform, a halomethane or haloform. Its refractive index is 1.595 . Bromoform is produced naturally by phytoplankton and seaweeds in the ocean and this is thought to be the predominant source to the environment

Bromophenol blue
Bromophenol blue is used as an acid-base indicator, a color marker and a dye.-Acid-base indicator:As an acid-base indicator its useful range lies between pH 3.0 and 4.6

Bromothymol blue
Bromothymol blue is a chemical indicator for weak acids and bases. The chemical is also used for observing photosynthetic activities or respiratory indicators .Bromothymol blue acts as a weak acid in solution

Brompton Bicycle
Brompton Bicycle is a manufacturer of folding bicycles based in Brentford, London.The Brompton folding bicycle and accessories are the company's core product, noted for its self-supporting compact size when stored. All available models of the folding bicycle are based on the same hinged bicycle frame and 16 inch wheel size

Bromsgrove
Bromsgrove is a town in Worcestershire, England. The town is about north east of Worcester and south west of Birmingham city centre. It had a population of 29,237 in 2001 with a small ethnic minority and is in Bromsgrove District.- History :Bromsgrove is first documented in the early 9th century as Bremesgraf

Bronchus
A bronchus is a passage of airway in the respiratory tract that conducts air into the lungs. The bronchus branches into smaller tubes, which in turn become bronchioles.

Bronfman family
The Bronfman family is a Canadian Jewish family. It owes its initial fame to Samuel Bronfman , who made a fortune in the alcoholic distilled beverage business during the 20th century through the family's Seagram Company. The family is of Russian Jewish and Romanian Jewish ancestry

Bronica
was a Japanese brand of professional medium format roll-film cameras, including rangefinder and single-lens reflex models.Bronica cameras first appeared in 1958, when the company's founder, Zenzaburo Yoshino, introduced a camera of his own design, the Bronica Z rollfilm camera, at the Philadelphia Camera Show

Bronislaw Malinowski
Bronisław Kasper Malinowski was a Polish-born- British-naturalized anthropologist, one of the most important 20th-century anthropologists.From 1910, Malinowski studied exchange and economics at the London School of Economics under Seligman and Westermarck, analysing patterns of exchange in aboriginal Australia through ethnographic documents

Bronx Community Board 7
Bronx Community Board 7 is a local government unit of the city of New York, encompassing the neighborhoods of Bedford Park, Fordham, Kingsbridge Heights, Norwood, and University Heights

Bronx River Parkway
The Bronx River Parkway is a long parkway in downstate New York. It is named for the nearby Bronx River, which it parallels. The southern terminus of the parkway is at Story Avenue near Bruckner Expressway in the Bronx neighborhood of Soundview

Bronze Age
The Bronze Age is a period characterized by the use of copper and its alloy bronze as the chief hard materials in the manufacture of some implements and weapons. Chronologically, it stands between the Stone Age and Iron Age

Bronze Age Britain
Bronze Age Britain refers to the period of British history that spanned from c. 2,500 until c. 800 BC. Lasting for approximately 1700 years, it was preceded by the era of Neolithic Britain and was in turn followed by the era of Iron Age Britain

Bronze Age sword
Bronze Age swords appear from around the 17th century BC, in the Black Sea region and the Aegean, evolving out of the dagger. They are replaced by the Iron Age sword during the early part of the 1st millennium BC.

Bronze sculpture
Bronze is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures; a cast bronze sculpture is often called simply a "bronze".Common bronze alloys have the unusual and desirable property of expanding slightly just before they set, thus filling the finest details of a mold. Then, as the bronze cools, it shrinks a little, making it easier to separate from the mold

Bronze Star Medal
The Bronze Star Medal is a United States Armed Forces individual military decoration that may be awarded for bravery, acts of merit, or meritorious service. As a medal it is awarded for merit, and with the "V" for valor device it is awarded for heroism. It is the fourth-highest combat award of the U.S

Brook Farm
Brook Farm, also called the Brook Farm Institute of Agriculture and Education or the Brook Farm Association for Industry and Education, was a utopian experiment in communal living in the United States in the 1840s

Brook rearrangement
The Brook rearrangement in organic chemistry is a rearrangement reaction in which a organosilyl group switches position with a hydroxyl proton over a carbon to oxygen covalent bond under the influence of a base . It is named for the Canadian chemist Adrian Gibbs Brook

Brook trout
The brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis, is a species of fish in the salmon family of order Salmoniformes. In many parts of its range, it is known as the speckled trout or squaretail. A potamodromous population in Lake Superior are known as coaster trout or, simply, as coasters

Brooke Army Medical Center
Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio is part of the United States Army Medical Command. It is a University of Texas Health Science Center and USUHS teaching hospital and contains the Army Burn Center.

Brookhaven National Laboratory
Brookhaven National Laboratory , is a United States national laboratory located in Upton, New York on Long Island, and was formally established in 1947 at the site of Camp Upton, a former U.S. Army base

Brooklyn
Brooklyn is the most populous of New York City's five boroughs, with nearly 2.6 million residents, and the second-largest in area. Since 1896, Brooklyn has had the same boundaries as Kings County, which is now the most populous county in New York State and the second-most densely populated county in the United States, after New York County

Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. Completed in 1883, it connects the New York City boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River

Brooklyn Eagle
The Brooklyn Daily Bulletin began publishing when the original Eagle folded in 1955. In 1996 it merged with a newly revived Brooklyn Daily Eagle, and now publishes a morning paper five days a week under the Brooklyn Daily Eagle name

Brooklyn, Queens County, Nova Scotia
Brooklyn is a Canadian suburban community in the Region of Queens Municipality in Queens County, Nova Scotia.Located on the east bank of the Mersey River opposite Liverpool, Brooklyn was placed on the map in 1907 when the Halifax and Southwestern Railway opened between Yarmouth and Halifax.In 1929, Bowater Mersey Paper Company Limited opened a large pulp and

Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation
The Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation was an urban transit holding company, based in Brooklyn, New York City, United States, and incorporated in 1923. The system was sold to the city in 1940 and today, together with the IND subway system, form the B Division of the New York City Subway

Brookside
Brookside is a defunct British soap opera set in Liverpool, England. The series began on the launch night of Channel 4 on 2 November 1982, and ran for 21 years until 4 November 2003

Brooksville, Florida
Brooksville is an incorporated city in Hernando County, Florida, in the United States. It is the county seat of Hernando County. It is a suburban city included in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.-Geography:

Broomfield, Colorado
The City and County of Broomfield is a prominent suburb and tier of the Denver metropolitan area in the State of Colorado of the United States. Broomfield has a consolidated city and county government which operates under Article XX, Sections 10-13 of the Constitution of the State of Colorado. The United States Census Bureau records stated that the population was 55,889 on April 1, 2010

Broomrape
Broomrape or Broom-rape is a genus of over 200 species of parasitic herbaceous plants in the family Orobanchaceae, mostly native to the temperate Northern Hemisphere. Some species formerly included in this genus are now referred to the genus Conopholis.The broomrape plant is small, from 10–60 cm tall depending on species

Broth
Broth is a liquid food preparation, typically consisting of either water or an already flavored stock, in which bones, meat, fish, cereal grains, or vegetables have been simmered. Broth is used as a basis for other edible liquids such as soup, gravy, or sauce. It can be eaten alone or with garnish

Brother Bryan
James Alexander Bryan, known as Brother Bryan, was a well-loved pastor of Third Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama.

Brother Future
Brother Future is a 1991 science fiction movie. It starred Phill Lewis, Moses Gunn, Frank Converse, Carl Lumbly, Vonetta McGee, and Michael Burgess. A street kid from Detroit, Michigan, is hit by a car; when he awakes, he finds himself a slave in South Carolina in 1822. The boy then has to help his fellow slaves so he can return to his own time. Roy Campanella Jr

Brothers Grimm
The Brothers Grimm , Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm , were German academics, linguists, cultural researchers, and authors who collected folklore and published several collections of it as Grimm's Fairy Tales, which became very popular

Brougham (carriage)
A brougham was a light, four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage built in the 19th century. It was either invented for Scottish jurist Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, or simply made fashionable by his example

Broughton, Flintshire
Broughton is a small district in Flintshire, Wales, close to the Wales–England border and located to the west of the City of Chester, England. Along with the nearby village of Bretton, the total population was 5,791 at the 2001 Census.

Broussonetia
Broussonetia is a genus of four species of trees in the family Moraceae, native to eastern Asia.-References:*

Brown algae
The Phaeophyceae or brown algae , is a large group of mostly marine multicellular algae, including many seaweeds of colder Northern Hemisphere waters. They play an important role in marine environments, both as food and for the habitats they form

Brown Bear
The brown bear is a large bear distributed across much of northern Eurasia and North America. It can weigh from and its largest subspecies, the Kodiak Bear, rivals the polar bear as the largest member of the bear family and as the largest land-based predator.There are several recognized subspecies within the brown bear species

Brown Bess
Brown Bess is a nickname of uncertain origin for the British Army's Land Pattern Musket and its derivatives. This musket was used in the era of the expansion of the British Empire and acquired symbolic importance at least as significant as its physical importance. It was in use for over a hundred years with many incremental changes in its design

Brown bullhead
The brown bullhead, Ameiurus nebulosus, is a fish of the Ictaluridae family that is widely distributed in North America. It is a species of bullhead catfish and is similar to the black bullhead and yellow bullhead

Brown Derby
The Brown Derby was the name of a chain of restaurants in Los Angeles, California. The first and most famous of these was shaped like a men's derby hat, an iconic image that became synonymous with the Golden Age of Hollywood.

Brown Falcon
The Brown Falcon , also known as the Brown Hawk, is a member of the falcon genus found in the drier regions of Australia. Its specific name berigora is derived from an aboriginal name for the bird.

Brown Pelican
The Brown Pelican is the smallest of the eight species of pelican, although it is a large bird in nearly every other regard. It is in length, weighs from and has a wingspan from .-Range and habits:

Brown Rat
The brown rat, common rat, sewer rat, Hanover rat, Norway rat, Brown Norway rat, Norwegian rat, or wharf rat is one of the best known and most common rats.

Brown rice
Brown rice is unmilled or partly milled rice, a kind of whole, natural grain. It has a mild nutty flavor, is chewier and more nutritious than white rice, but goes rancid more quickly because the germ—which is removed to make white rice—contains fats that can spoil

Brown sugar
Brown sugar is a sucrose sugar product with a distinctive brown color due to the presence of molasses. It is either an unrefined or partially refined soft sugar consisting of sugar crystals with some residual molasses content, or it is produced by the addition of molasses to refined white sugar.Brown sugar contains from 3.5% molasses to 6.5% molasses

Brown Swiss
Brown Swiss is a breed of dairy cattle that produces the second largest quantity of milk per annum, over . The milk contains on average 4% butterfat and 3.5% protein, making their milk excellent for production of cheese. The Brown Swiss is known for a long gestation period, immense size, large furry ears, and an extremely docile temperament

Brown Thrasher
The Brown Thrasher , sometimes erroneously called the Brown Thrush, is a bird in the Mimidae family, a group that also includes the New World catbirds and mockingbirds.-Description:

Brown tree snake
The brown tree snake is an arboreal rear-fanged colubrid snake native to eastern and northern coastal Australia, Papua New Guinea, and a large number of islands in northwestern Melanesia.

Brown trout
The brown trout and the sea trout are fish of the same species.

Brown University
Brown University is a private, Ivy League university located in Providence, Rhode Island, United States. Founded in 1764 prior to American independence from the British Empire as the College in the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations early in the reign of King George III , Brown is the third oldest institution of higher education in New England and

Brown v. Board of Education
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 347 U.S. 483 , was a landmark decision of the United States Supreme Court that declared state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students unconstitutional. The decision overturned the Plessy v. Ferguson decision of 1896 which allowed state-sponsored segregation