Definitions for "Bib"
Keywords:  ruff, necklace, lengthened, chin, apron
A small piece of cloth worn by children over the breast, to protect the clothes.
An attachment to the mask that protects the neck and throat area.
is a pearl necklace with more than three strands.
To drink; to tipple.
drink moderately but regularly; "We tippled the cognac"
Keywords:  faucet, hose, sill, attach, water
is a water faucet where a hose may be attached.
Also called bibcock. The water faucet to which you attach a hose.
A water faucet to which a hose may be attached, also called a hose bib or sill cock.
Formed in part by Nelson Rockefeller's International Basic Economy Corporation, the Banco de Investimento do Brazil – the Brazilian Investment Bank – became a major conduit for Rockefeller-South American investment programs during the late 1960s and early 70s. BIB also had dealings with the Bank of Credit and Commerce International.
Keywords:  luscus, pout, gadus, cod, arctic
An arctic fish (Gadus luscus), allied to the cod; -- called also pout and whiting pout.
A 'bib' item corresponds to a bibliographic item, - in most cases a scientific article. In the Brede database each of these items are identified by the 'WOBIB' identifier. In most cases the 'bib' item has a corresponding entry in the Entrez-PubMed database.
The acronym for Blackbelt in Blackjack, book by Arnold Snyder.
Bibliography databases contain bibliographic information. These are generally handwritten and may contain bibliographic information for all of the sources that you are (ever) likely to cite. The BibTeX program reads information about each work that you FIXME: from the BIB file. Consult the documentation for BibTeX for more information about the format of BIB files.
Berufsverbandes Information Bibliothek e V
backward indicator bit. A bit in a signal unit requesting, by its status change, retransmission at the remote end when a signal unit is received out of sequence.
Keywords:  sockets, mounted, burn, wiring, board
Burn-in Board The printed wiring board on which a number of sockets are mounted.
Keywords:  extension, file, name
Bibliography (file name extension)
A bibcock.