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bap

 (băp)
n. Chiefly British and Scots
1. A soft bread roll that is often dusted with flour and eaten for breakfast.
2. baps Vulgar Slang A woman's breasts.

[Originally Scots, of unknown origin.]

baps

(bæps)
pl n
taboo slang Brit a woman's breasts
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He clarified that the temple will not be an exact replica of Akshardham Temple in New Delhi, also built by BAPS.
And, while his mum had her trademark ginger biscuits, his dad had his trademark white floury baps - and who, really, can resist floury baps?
The boy from Hatfield, Pennsylvania, was volunteering on a construction project at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir campus on Thursday in Robbinsville when he fell, Robbinsville police spokesman Lt Michael Polaski said.
The official partner for BAPS Charities this year is the British Heart Foundation (BHF), the 'nation's heart charity and the largest independent funder of cardiovascular research that fights for every heartbeat.
I admit that at the grassroots level, where basketball lovers are still not aware of the status of SBP vis-a-vis BAP, it could be 50-50, or even BAP getting the upper hand because sad to say, with BAP being there for some 50 years, the SBP had failed miserably to make its presence felt.
Kara, the foodservice brand of Fletchers Group of Bakeries, has expanded from the provision of its best-selling staple floured baps to create the Ultimate Floured range, which includes standard and premium baps and rolls.
Additionally, BAPS offers a constant focus on customer service.
Jon Cleaver, from ExtraCare, said: " The BAPS charity's national annual challenge to raise funds for the elderly was held throughout the UK recently.
I chose roast beef which came on a balloon-sized white bap but with the skimpiest of salad garnish (pounds 3.
Says John Cosgrove of Eurobake, 'Hand cut square baps are obviously possible but for bakers looking to produce large quantities for wholesale, or those bakeries without the skill of artisan bakers, the Kemper Quadro range of dough dividers and rounders, available from Eurobake enables high quantity production of square rolls.
And populations of some formerly widespread but now scarce species, such as the cirl bunting, corncrake and stone-curlew, have increased in response to actions identified in the BAPs, but still have not managed to recolonise most of their former range.