- bats in one's belfry, have,
- bats-wing coral-tree,
Origin of batt
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The danger I'll run is only from being caught and sent to the penal battalion—the awful 'Batt d'Aff.'A Soldier of the Legion|C. N. Williamson
As the portions of mounted corps were continually employed, the work which fell on the detachment, 1st Batt.South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. IV (of 6)|Louis Creswicke
"This young man appears to have some trace of common-sense," said Mrs. Batt.
Two scientific gentlemen from New York requested permission to join this expedition, but Mrs. Batt refused them.
This little book does not profess to be in any way a history of the Ulster Division, nor even of the 11th Batt.With the Ulster Division in France|Arthur Purefoy Irwin Samuels