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Bibai

(bī`bī), city (1990 pop. 35,176), Hokkaido prefecture, central Hokkaido, Japan. Due to the decline of the Ishikari coal field, the population of Bibai has decreased steadily since the 1960s. The city's main products are electrical appliances and concrete.
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Biber, Douglas 2009 "Corpus-based and corpus-driven analyses of language variation and use", in: Bemd Heine--Heiko Narrog (eds.
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Biber died in Colorado at the age of 82 on January 16, 2006, of pneumonia.