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宝石钟螺
                                               

宝石钟螺

宝石钟螺 (Cantharidus opalus),马蹄螺科甲虫螺属的一个种。大小约23-45 mm。生活于近海海藻丛中,分布于新西兰。

                                               

宝贝寺遗址

宝贝寺遗址 ,位于中国青海省大通县黄家寨镇索家村,为青海省市县级文物保护单位,公布日期为1997年11月12日,类型为古遗址。 宝贝寺遗址历史可追溯至明清。

                                               

宝石麦螺

宝石麦螺 (学名: Metanachis jaspidea ),是新腹足目麦螺科 Metanachis 的一种。主要分布于越南、台湾,常栖息在潮间带岩礁。

                                               

宝石法螺

宝石法螺 (学名: Cymatium gemmatum ),是异足目法螺科梭法螺属的一种。主要分布于越南、中国大陆、台湾,常栖息在岩礁海岸、潮间带。

宝石花仙螺
                                               

宝石花仙螺

宝石花仙螺 (学名: Babelomurex gemmatus ),是新腹足目珊瑚螺科 Babelomurex 的一种。主要分布于台湾,常栖息在深海。

宝岛骨螺
                                               

宝岛骨螺

宝岛骨螺 (学名: Murex trapa ),是新腹足目骨螺科骨螺属的一种。主要分布于马来西亚、印度尼西亚、中国大陆、台湾,常栖息在浅海沙底、低潮线下。

                                               

宝岛榧螺

宝岛榧螺 (学名: Oliva annulata ),是新腹足目榧螺科榧螺属的一种。主要分布于印度尼西亚、台湾,常栖息在浅海。

                                               

宝华

食品技术
                                               

食品技术

食品技术 ,是食品生产、运输、保鲜、包装等一系列技术的总称。运用食品技术,可以提高食物产量,增进食物质量和口感,延长其保存时间。

                                               

宝音巴图

宝音巴图 (1929年 - ),曾用名 李景明 、 乌日吉夫 ,辽宁朝阳人,蒙古族,中国舞蹈家,中国舞蹈家协会原副主席。

                                               

The Babystars

The Babystars is a Japanese rock band. The band is signed onto Sony Music Japans Ki/oon Records label. They came out with the song "Hikari e" in 2002. This song is known as the third opening theme of the anime series One Piece. Later in 2004, their seventh single, "SUNDAY", became the first ending theme of the anime series Yakitate!! Japan. On May 31, 2006, Yōsuke Ichikawa and Asami Tomaru left the band.

Babybjorn
                                               

Babybjorn

Babybjorn is a Swedish family-owned company specializing in the manufacturing and marketing of baby products. It was founded in 1961 by Bjorn Jakobson, who in 2012 was awarded His Majesty The King’s Medal" for significant contributions to Swedish industry”. The company’s first product was a bouncing cradle but today Babybjorn is best known for its baby carriers. Its first baby carrier was made in 1973. Babybjorn has received numerous awards for its designs over the years, among them IDSA’s award Design of the Decade and the Red Dot Design Award.

                                               

Peter Babyon

Peter Babyon, or Babyo, or Babion, was an English poet and divine in the reign of Edward II, He was educated from his earliest youth in the literae humaniores by masters of approved ability and long experience. He practised so diligently both prose and verse writing that he soon became an elegant poet and most adept rhetorician. When speaking of him as a poet, John Pits says that he was chiefly remarkable for talents which are rarely found in combination - Ingenium felix, inventio, lucidus ordo, Gratia, majestas, ad rem bene congrua verba. As his judgment became more matured by years, he was unwilling to spend all his life and all his ability in exercises of ordinary choice. He therefore betook himself to the reading of the holy scriptures, and in the midst of that labour he undertook the task of preaching the divine word, for which his previous education had so eminently qualified him. All the polite learning of his youth was now devoted to this sacred purpose. He achieved, as might be expected, a great success, and made for himself a name amongst theologians of no little fame. He was still living, according to Antonio Possevino, in 1366. His chief work was a Commentary on the Gospel of St. Matthew in one book, which is bound up in the older editions of the works of St. Anselm. His other works are De officio Missæ Liber unus; Sermonum Septuaginta liber unus; Homiliarum Liber unus; Comoedia carmine Liber unus; Carminvim diversorum Liber unus.

Babyfingers
                                               

Babyfingers

Babyfingers was a release by the avant garde/experimental rock band The Residents, containing music written for their 1977 album, Fingerprince. As Fingerprince was originally meant to be a three-sided album, much of the material was abandoned and the third side remained unfinished until November 1977 although most tracks from the EP was shown at the Residents Radio Special in September 1977. Thus, the group reduced the third side to an extended play record entitled Babyfingers, and released it in 1979 to people who had been waiting for their copy of The Third Reich and Roll box sets. A second printing was made for members of the W.E.I.R.D. fan club in 1981, and a last pressing, on pink vinyl, in 1985. It has been incorporated into most CD versions of Fingerprince, beginning in 1988.

                                               

Telphusa babygrapta

                                               

BabyPinkStar

BabyPinkStar together with Bonnie Tyler recorded "Total Eclipse of the Heart" in a punk/electronic remix version, that was available for download on 29 January 2007, and available in the shops from 5 February 2007. The band appeared on Sky News and Channel 5 News. With the band receiving increased media attention at the time, they were invited to play the song at half time at Boleyn Ground, home of West Ham United F.C. This performance also aired live on Sky Sports.

Caspar Babypants
                                               

Caspar Babypants

Caspar Babypants is the stage name of childrens music artist Chris Ballew, who is also widely known as the singer of The Presidents of the United States of America.

                                               

The One Where Rachels Sister Babysits

Babygrow
                                               

Babygrow

A babygrow, babygro, sleepsuit or sleep suit in British English is a one-piece item of baby clothing with long sleeves and legs used for sleep and everyday wear. They are typically made from cotton and closed with snaps, although they may also be made from fleece or closed with zips. The feet are often enclosed, but they may be footless. They are distinguished from bodysuits by the fact that they have legs and long sleeves. This terminology is common in the United Kingdom, where the trademark is not registered. In the United States, where the trademark is registered, the name is uncommon as other manufacturers of the item use different terms.

                                               

Come On Baby

"Come On Baby", song by The Breakaways, F. OConnor 1978 "Cmon Baby", song by Chilly band 1978 "Come On Baby", song by The Eagles UK band 1963 "Cmon Baby", song by Buddy Knox and The Rhythm Orchids 1958 "Cmon Baby", song by Tricky musician 2009 "Come On Baby", single by Tokyo Dragons 2006 from Give Me the Fear "Come On Baby", song by Ramsey Lewis Trio, Holt & Lewis 1963 "Come On Baby", song by The Grumbleweeds, Maurice Lee 1981 "Come On Baby", song by Pliers singer W. Riley "Come On Baby", single by Willie Mabon, Mabon 1955 "Come On Baby", song by Leon Bass, Leon Bass 1960 "Come On Baby", song by Jo-Ann Campbell, Jo-Ann Campbell 1957 "Come On Baby", song by Mickey Gilley, M. Gilley 1973 "Come On Baby Lets Do the Revolution", song by Chumbawumba from Never Mind the Ballots "Come On Baby", song by Lord Creator, Kentrick Patrick 1963 "Come On Baby", song by Bruce Channel, Channel 1962 "Come On Baby", song by The Rockin Chairs, R. Bachstetter, L. Yellin 1958 "Come On Baby", instrumental by Joe Satriani, used in routine by Vaughn Chipeur Come On Baby Moby song "Come On Baby", song by Lightning Hopkins, Hopkins 1965 Come On Baby Saigon song Come On Baby Papa Winnie 1991 "Come On Baby", song by Jimmy Smith musician, Burrell 1960 "Come On Baby", song by Roulettes, Galanti 1958 "Come On Baby", song by Ottilie Patterson With Chris Barbers Jazz Band, Ottilie Patterson 1962 "Come On Baby", song by Owen Gray With Sonny Bradshaw Quartet, Gray 1962