British thermal unit; British thermal units.
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Clark, born 1920, U.S. jazz trumpet and flugelhorn player and singer. Ellen (Alicia or Alice) 1848?–1928, English actress. Megan (Marguerite Duffy) born 1932, U.S. playwright and feminist. William (“Bill”; “Memphis Bill”) 1898–1989, U.S. baseball player. a male given name, form of Terrence or Theodore. a female given name, form of Theresa. noun (pl) -ries an […]
Benjamin, Count Rumford, 1753–1814, English physicist and diplomat, born in the U.S. David, 1770–1857, Canadian fur trader, surveyor, author, and explorer, born in England. David, born 1954, U.S. basketball player. Dorothy, 1894–1961, U.S. journalist. Francis, 1859–1907, English poet. J(ames) Walter, 1847–1928, U.S. advertising executive. Sir John Sparrow David, 1844–94, Canadian statesman: prime minister 1892–94. Randall […]
Elihu, 1853–1937, U.S. inventor, born in England. Sir George Paget, 1892–1975, English physicist (son of Sir Joseph John): Nobel prize 1937. James, 1700–48, English poet, born in Scotland. James (“B.V”) 1834–82, English poet. John Arthur, 1861–1933, Scottish scientist and author. Sir Joseph John, 1856–1940, English physicist: Nobel prize 1906. Virgil, 1896–1989, U.S. composer and music […]
business-to-business (denoting business transactions over the Internet): B2B websites. Contemporary Examples Consumer-facing networks are crashing, while B2B is booming. Why Investors—but Not Consumers—Love LinkedIn Alex Klein August 26, 2012 abbreviation business-to-business; denoting trade between commercial organizations rather than between businesses and private customers Compare B2C, B2E business to business back to basics business to business