an allergic response to the dust of bagasse, causing breathlessness and fever
bagassosis bag·as·so·sis (bāg’ə-sō’sĭs)
A respiratory disorder caused by dust from waste sugar cane fiber.
Bigtha. Historical Examples And he abode at that time in the king’s court with Bagatha and Thara the king’s eunuchs, who were porters of the palace. The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version Various
- Bagdad boil
bagdad boil Bagdad boil Bag·dad boil (bāg’dād’) n. See Aleppo boil.
Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering. Historical Examples Bickerton’s and bage’s parties, though working at a much higher altitude, had a similar experience. The Home of the Blizzard Douglas Mawson McLean attended to the thermograph which bage and I had installed in the autumn. The Home of the Blizzard Douglas Mawson Murphy, bage and Hodgeman were chiefly […]
Walter, 1826–77, English economist, political journalist, and critic. Contemporary Examples Bagehot was writing about the marriage of the future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. Why Kate Middleton Matters Andrew Roberts November 22, 2010 Historical Examples Reference must also be made to the assistance which Bagehot gave as a journalist to the study […]