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a light-brown European marine gadoid food fish, Gadus (or Trisopterus) luscus, with a barbel on its lower jaw
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bibcock
A faucet or stopcock which has its nozzle bent downward.
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Cut the elastic to match your waist measurement minus the width of the bib. Insert l"-wide elastic into the casing (4).
229 p., maps, b&w and colour illus., references; selected bib., index.
I like the fact that our consumers can pick up a bottle of our Pepperwood Grove wine and it will be the same blend that we offer in BIB. We like the fact that we came out with some wines that are normally not offered as BIB by our competition, such as the Zinfandel and Pinot Grigio.
Partnering with them will greatly increase our distribution reach and additionally provides our customers with the 'Optical Doctor' programme, which is a unique consulting room support package from BIB."
Company chairman Martin Littleton heaped praise on the employees as three - Brian Jackson, Helen Snowdon and Colin Wallace - received 20-year service awards and four - Kelly Larmour, Vanessa Park, Anthony Murray and Jacqui Watson were commended for a decade with BiB.
A WIRRAL online baby boutique has secured the exclusive European distribution rights for a new leather baby bib.
THE rocking resurgence of youthful British jazz continues next week with the Midlands debut of Led Bib.
John Porrett, commercial director of Mills, said: "This is an exciting new development for Mills and we are looking forward to working with BiB. We believe this is a positive move forward in extending the services we provide to our customers."
Mother made terry cloth "aprons" to use when she was going to eat things like watermelon and made a sensation when she used the "bib." When she passed away, one of my sisters wanted the hoop/bib, so at present there is only one in my home.
District Court in Atlanta that Pepsi has violated its patents for the technology, which consists of a sealed plastic bag in a cardboard box dubbed "Bag In Box" or BIB. Coca-Cola's patents detail a design "in which nearly all of the syrup stored in the BIB can be evacuated to make fountain drinks without leaving significant quantities of unused syrup trapped in pockets in the BIB.
The rating of this future flow transaction is tied to the credit quality of the originator, BIB. BIB's Issuer Default Rating (IDR) is in line with the IDR of the bank's parent, Banco de Bogota (Bogota; BBB/Stable), and reflects the support BIB would receive from Bogota, if necessary.
xxxi + 778 p, b&w illus, appendixes, bib. Hardbound.