## B & B Sentence Examples

- - Bb Cornet with enharmonic valves (Besson & Co.).
- The ovary (a) leads into (bb) the oviduct, which is joined at (g) by the duct of the yolk-glands (h).
- If the substance in any state such as B were allowed to expand adiabatically (dH = o) down to the absolute zero, at which point it contains no heat and exerts no pressure, the whole of its available heat energy might theoretically be recovered in the form of external work, represented on the diagram by the whole area BAZcb under the adiabatic through the state-point B, bounded by the isometric Bb and the zero isopiestic bV.
- 18, 19) a is the sphere, placed in half-holes on the axis bb, so that when its principal axis is parallel to the axis of the telescope it gives only one image of the object.
- In a direction perpendicular to that axis it must be so placed that when it is moved by rotation of the axis bb the separation of the images shall be parallel to that motion.
- Then, if we take ordinates Kb, Lg, Mc, Nd, Pf, equal to B'B, GG', C'C, D'D, FF', the figure abgcdfe will be the equivalent trapezoid, and any ordinate drawn from the base to the a LM N P e X top of this trapezoid will be equal to the portion of this ordinate (produced) which falls within the original figure.
- The floor of the pericardial bb, Cut remnant of the auricle.
- BB, The moulds.
- It consists essentially of a series of thin-walled moulds, BB, carried by endless chains past the lip of a great ladle A.
- Here BB is a large fixed iron cylinder, corrugated within, and C an excentric cylinder, also corrugated, which, in turning to the right, by the friction of its corrugated surface rotates the puddled ball D which has just entered at A, so that, turning around its own axis, it travels to the right and is gradually changed from a ball into a bloom, a rough cylindrical mass of white hot iron, still dripping with cinder.
- BB (figs.
- After the piece has been reduced in thickness by its first passage or " pass " between the rolls, it may be given a second reduction and then a third and so on, either by bringing the two rolls nearer together, as in case of the plain rolls BB at the left in fig.
- Great armour plates can indeed be made by rolling, because in making such flat plates the ingot is simply rolled back and forth between a pair of plain cylindrical rolls, like BB of fig.
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- If we write the expressions for the two lines in the form A+Bi, A'+B'i, the product is AA' - BB'+i(AB'+BA'); and the fact that the length of the product line is the product of those of the factors is seen in the form (A 2 + B 2) (A'2-{-B'2) = (AA' - BB')2+(AB'+BA')2.
- He had now three distinct space-units, i, j, k; and the following conditions regulated their combination by multiplication: - I T = 12 '=' 2 = _ 1, ij= - ji=k, jk= - kj=i, ki= - ik =j.3 And now the product of two quaternions could be at once expressed as a third quaternion, thus (a+ib+jc+kd) (a'+ib'+jc'+kd') = A+iB+jC+kD, where A=aa' - bb' - cc' - dd', B = ab'+ba'+cd' - dc', C = ac'+ca'+db' - bd', D =ad' +da'+bc' - cb'.
- C Let a, ~ be the angles which AA, BB make with the direction of the vector-sum, on opposite sides.
- BB each into two compon FIG A2 ents parallel and perpendicular toOC, we see that the former components have a single resultant in OC, of amount R~AA cos a+BB cos $, (2)
- 88), where aa, bb, cc, dd represent plane a joints.
- Other external force which c may be acting on the block, and produce its line of action to cut the joint bb in C1.
- Is then the centre of pressure for the joint bb, and R2 is the total force acting there.
- 103) be rolled on the inside of the pitch-circle BB of a wheel, it appears, from 30, that the instantaneous axis of the rolling curve at any instant will T a be at the point I, where it ~ E
- In like manner, if either the same or any other rolling curve be rolled the opposite way, on the outside of the pitch-circle BB, so that the tracing point T shall start from A, it will trace the face AT of a tooth suitable to work with a flank traced by rolling the same curve R with the same tracing-point T inside any other pitch-circle.
- In fig~ I04 let BB be part of the pitch-circle of a wheel with epicycloidal teeth; dC the line of centres; I the pitch-point; EIE.
- Let BB be part of the pitch-circle, and a the point where a tooth is to cross it.
- A with the radius of that circle; that is to say, it must be a line such as PT touching the ~ smaller circle BB, whose radius is r.
- The work lost in overcoming the friction of the bearing is the same as that which would be performed in overcoming at the circumference of the small circle BB a resistance equal to the whole pressure between the journal and bearing.
- 133) let the required deviation be a rotation of the bod3 BB about an axis 0, not traversing the centre of gravity G, di being, as before, the deviation of angular velocity to be produced in the interval dl.
- A very fine slip of metal is laid on it in the position BB, and the whole is dipped into a solution of soap, or M.
- This film, however, tends to contract on itself, and the loose strip of metal BB will, if it is let go, be drawn up towards AA, provided it is sufficiently light and smooth.
- Hence if F is the force by which the slip BB is pulled towards AA, F =d b T ab =Ta,..
- First, second Bb l, First basiand third epi branchial.
- Bb l, Ossified second Gl, Glottis.
- (a) Let AA', BB' be the axes intersecting at right angles in a point C. Take a strip of paper or rule and mark off from a point P, distances Pa and Pb equal respectively to CA and CB.
- (b) Let AA', BB' be the axes as before; describe on each as diameter a circle.
- (4) If the axes be given, the curve can be approximately constructed by circular arcs in the following manner: - Let AA', BB' be the axes; determine D the intersection of lines through B and A parallel to the major and minor axes respectively.
- If B and B' be points on the curve, BB' is the minor axis and C the centre of the curve.
- - Crinoidea in which the base consists of BB only, the aboral prolongations of the chambered organ being interradial; new columnals are introduced at the extreme proximal end of the stem.
- BB fused to 3, 2 or I.
- - Crinoidea in which the base consists of BB and IBB, the latter being liable to atrophy or fusion with the proximale, but the aboral prolongations of the chambered organ are always radial; new columnals may or may not be introduced at the proximal end of the stem.
- The mean sea-level is shown by the horizontal line aa, dotted where it passes through the land, and the natural mean level of saturation bb, above the sea-level, by a curved dot and dash line.
- The little vein to the left marked bb, about 31 ft.