bis ab Hannibale captus, bis2 vinculrum ius profugus, vgint mnsibus nll3 nn di in catns4 aut compedibus5 cstdtus.
The emblem, with the motto "bis fracta relinquor," at p. 249.
Several of them had their coats off, their ties, and even their waistcoats; and they shouted 'bis!'
The word bis denotes, in all probability, the frequency with which it was to be used daily.
Geschichte der deutschen Litteratur von Leibnitz bis auf unsere Zeit.
I put you on noddin—dot's your bis'ness, dis puttin' on, not mine.
A frond is bipinnate (Latin, bis, twice) when the lobes of the pinnæ extend to the midvein as in the royal fern (Fig. 2).
"'T ain't my way to waste good breath askin' questions 't ain't none o' my bis'ness," replied Mr. Slocum.
Lexicon der von 1750 bis 1800 verstorbenen teutschen Schriftsteller.
And what a situation,—a seasick bridegroom running off with bis bride!
The symbol for the element bismuth.
The symbol for bismuth.
: I think maybe Vi is a bi (1960s+)