Bibbs


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(bĭbz)
n. pl.1.(Naut.) Pieces of timber bolted to certain parts of a mast to support the trestletrees.
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Keisha Bibbs is one of seven graduates of the Cook County Health & Hospitals System's most recent Leadership Development Program cohort.
In order to test the effectiveness of the device, Christopher Bibbs and Rui-De Xue of the Anastasia Mosquito Control District in Florida studied how the device performed against hungry Aedes aegypti mosquitoes.
The BIBBs also recognize that, since BACnet is a network protocol, the capabilities of BACnet are used in interoperable pairs of A-side and B-side, which need to implement the two sides of the communication.
William Bibbs, Jr., 36, a DAV National Service Officer (NSO) at the DAV's Nashville, Tenn.
Each year, Art on Tour, the brainchild of artist Charles Bibbs, opens doors for 40 African-American artists and small publishers who need exposure but can't do it on their own.
Upon arriving at Michigan State, we discussed these perspectives with Jim Bibbs, our outstanding head track and field coach.
Both women are also angry because they lost the free school lunches and breakfasts they had been receiving when their children attended Spencer Bibbs Academy.