biach

biach

(biːˈɑːtʃ; ˈbiːɑːtʃ) or

biatch

n
a slang word for bitch2, bitch3, bitch4, bitch5
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3) Joanna Biach, University of Economics in Katowice, Faculty of Finance and Insurance, e-mail: jblach@ue.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: I would like to thanks Biach & RC Hospital, HOD of medicine Dr.
In 2010 he also headed the team responsible for integrating newly-acquired company Biach Industries of New Jersey into the Hydratight family.
US industrial products manufacturer Actuant Corporation (NYSE:ATU) said it has finalised the acquisition of New Jersey-based Biach Industries, a provider of bolt and stud tensioning products and services.
He married, had two daughters and led the life of a travelling representative in textiles with his (Jewish) pre-war employers Bunzl and Biach, who had miraculously survived fascism.
In the bedroom of the young Katharina Biach, motifs are repeated and interrelated within every element, from the wardrobe to the bedcover to the hanging lamp's ceiling cap.
The Neue Galerie, created by Ronald Lauder, owns one of the interiors: a girl's bedroom created in 1902 for the Max Biach residence in Vienna; the others, lent by private European collectors, include the dining room from the painter Ferdinand Hodler's home in Geneva.
NEW YORK A Bill & Cara Biach, Michelle Mulvihill, Chris Fitzgerald presentation in association with W, C, & J Production Company, of a play in one act by Bonnie Culver.
Recently, though, another element was added to the mix when customer Biach Industries, a manufacturer of custom stud tensioning systems and stud installation and removal equipment, turned to Mechanical with a brand new application.
She added: "Money sent out from Ireland has already helped rebuild a whole village of over a dozen houses near the city of Biach in Bosnia.
Furthermore, Biach (1995) demonstrated the use of EGS in guiding the evolution of a synagogue community, Blais (1995) created an evolutionary journey from work life to life work, and Dills (1995) developed an idealized design for a senior support group.
As such, fare sales do little good for people like Richard Hill, executive vice president of Biach Industries in Cranford, N.