[beerdz-lee] /ˈbɪərdz li/ (Show IPA), 1894–1960, U.S. economist and businessman.
- Benjamin rush
Benjamin, 1745–1813, U.S. physician and political leader: author of medical treatises. his son, Richard, 1780–1859, U.S. lawyer, politician, and diplomat. Contemporary Examples My guess is that benjamin rush would have disliked it, while Benjamin Franklin would have been untroubled—but who knows? What the Founders Would Tell Charles Murray David Frum February 6, 2012 Historical Examples […]
Bayard [bey-erd] /ˈbeɪ ərd/ (Show IPA), 1910–1987, U.S. civil rights leader. Contemporary Examples Rustin addressed a midtown Manhattan rally the day after the resolution passed, attended by more than 125,000 people. Remaking Martin Luther King As Anti-Zionist Gil Troy January 17, 2013 Rustin himself understood the true breadth of the civil-rights movement. Why Black Preachers […]
- Babe ruth
George Herman (“Babe”) 1895–1948, U.S. baseball player. Contemporary Examples Sports fans turned their attention to baseball and the question of whether babe ruth could break his home run record. Babe Ruth’s Summer of Records Bill Bryson September 28, 2013 Historical Examples When all men are equal, every prize fight will end in a draw, and […]
bullshit. bags. bales. bill of sale. Bachelor of Science. Bachelor of Surgery. bill of sale. Slang: Sometimes Vulgar. bullshit. balance sheet. bill of sale. Slang: Sometimes Vulgar. bullshit. the second letter of the English alphabet, a consonant. any spoken sound represented by the letter B or b, as in bid, bauble, or daubed. something having […]