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Bing

(bing),
Richard J., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Taussig-Bing disease, Taussig-Bing syndrome.

Bing

(bing),
Paul Robert, German neurologist, 1878-1956. See: Bing reflex.
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Bing cherries, which will be on shelf from May to July, were popular among British consumers because of their luscious red appearance, good taste and the fact they heralded the start of the main stone fruit season in UK supermarkets, said Nell Gordon, chief executive of UK Bing marketers NMG Consulting.
These days, the Bing & Bing designation has become so widely spoken, it's easy to forget where the name comes from.
Bing & Bing were one of the city's most Important developers of apartment buildings in the 20th century's first few decades.
Since cherries don't change or ripen once they are picked, bear in mind that if Bings are picked when a fire-engine red color, they won't be as sweet as those picked at a dark mahogany color, but they will have a longer shelf life, says Culbertson.
Bite into a fresh, juicy Bing cherry -- the skin will snap or pop, then explode into a delicious sweet, slightly tart profusion of flavor.
Bing or, for that matter, any other Bings, which Mr.
The main California Bing cherry season has been delayed by three weeks but is expected to be up in volume on last year.
Today the Huntington Library, Arts Collection and Botanical Gardens will unveil its Helen & Peter Bing Children's Garden, a one-acre space that will enable children to get closer to nature by using not only their eyes but their sense of touch and, most importantly, their knack for adventure.
He's tried all varieties of fruit but found that Tartarian Bing cherries from Don Hobart's Cherries produce the best wine.
shows people chose Bing Web search results over Google nearly 2-to-1 in blind comparison tests.
1 driver of search engine preference, and independent research shows that people chose Bing's Web search results over Google's nearly 2-to-1," said Mike Nichols, corporate vice president and chief marketing officer of Bing.
Revenues expected front Bing's established E commerce solutions and Technology based OEM markets and Retail Channel will expedite ID Four's upcoming plans to launch its new Orange County office and Development center in early September 2000 as the acquisition includes marketing access to Bing's substantial client database of Macintosh, Performa, US Robotics/3Com, Geoport and Bing registered customers which include iMac(TM) and iBook(TM) users.