Infectious diseases are (a) infectious and (b) preventable with a simple shot.
The courses flown on the long haul routes were not the most direct, A to b.
If you answered (a) or (b) you can skip the next two paragraphs.
[b]lackwater had proved especially useful to the CIA in the early 2000s.
A (Ozzy) b ( Oz) WHAT YOUR SCORE MEANS: 10/10: Way to go, Professor Marvel!
Let A represent the armature, with a pair of grooves (b) for the wires.
A is for Ann, who is milking a cow; b is for benjamin, making a bow.
(b) Iris angle with particular reference to the ligamentum pectinatum.
(b) There is no moral quality which we esteem higher than justice.
Suppose the negative proposition, No b is A, to be true immediately or indivisibly.
second letter of the Greek alphabet, c.1300, from Greek, from Hebrew/Phoenician beth (see alphabet); used to designate the second of many things. Beta radiation is from 1899 (Rutherford). Beta particle is attested from 1904.
b or B
blood (used as a subscript)
The symbol for the element boron.
beta be·ta (bā'tə, bē'-)
Symbol β The second letter of the Greek alphabet.
The second item in a series or system of classification.
A beta particle.
A beta ray.
Of or relating to the second position from a designated carbon atom in an organic molecule at which an atom or a radical may be substituted.
Of or relating to an isomeric variation of a chemical compound, such as a stereoisomer.
A shiny, brittle, black metalloid element extracted chiefly from borax. It is a good electrical conductor at high temperatures and a poor conductor at low temperatures. Boron is necessary for the growth of land plants and is used in the preparation of soaps, abrasives, and hard alloys. It is also used in the control rods of nuclear reactors as a neutron absorber. Atomic number 5; atomic weight 10.811; melting point 2,300°C; sublimation point 2,550°C; specific gravity (crystal) 2.34; valence 3. See Periodic Table.