Definition of 'B'
Example sentences containing 'b'
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Mostly tourists, I gathered, from the b and b hotels in the vicinity. FORESTS OF THE NIGHTAnd as you know, we've got no b... y shovels on our establishment, the cavalry are not presumed to need to dig! DARE CALL IT TREASON
I used to think of it as Robin, as in the bird, but he puts two b 's into it. THE WIDOW'S TRIAL (1989)
In Ward B, Janet Magnusson looked at him with disapproval. SAN ANDREASJanet Magnusson, in Ward B, watched his approach without enthusiasm. SAN ANDREASOpposition B are the media who, for obvious reasons, blew up the affair, sometimes disregarding known facts in the process. DOUBLE DECEITWhat you must listen to is Side B of the first cassette of the commercial recording. TO HIS JUST DESSERTSB A stranger stared back at David from the mirror lying against his office wall. LOST SUMMER (2002)B He was already packed, his bags waiting inside the door of his room. LOST SUMMER (2002)B Beyond the window the rooftops of Islington were lit with the pale, smoky sunlight of early spring. LOST SUMMER (2002)B It was the first time she had seen David for several days. The changes Angela saw shocked her deeply. LOST SUMMER (2002)B The branches of huge chestnuts overhung the narrow lane that led to the house. LOST SUMMER (2002)
I pushed my emotions aside and got out of the R & B file, then hit PERSONAL ACCOUNT. LEGAL TENDER (2001)Plan B was to drive to Miami, go to Alexandra's house, explain everything, try to make amends, bring her into it. OFF THE CHART (2004)Point B is the pillar under the bridge where the carjacker was hiding. ROUGH JUSTICE (2001)Woman Scorned, of course, being the subheading B to manner type three. BAD MEDICINE (1995)
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