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Bayle's granulations

An obsolete term for the organised and fibrosed miliary lesions within the lungs in tuberculosis.
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I was told about how men prepared for the bayle, their dress shirts tucked neatly into their ironed pants, their shoes well-shined and hair glistening with pomade.
But Bayle de Jesse is betting that competition between lenders will keep charges modest ''and well below'' the fees that currently come with credit card payments.
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Bayle scholars have largely treated toleration and theodicy as separate and unconnected topics in Bayle's thought.
Food historians disagree on whether either Bayle or Kellogg deserves to be remembered as the true inventor of peanut butter.
In "Pierre Bayle and Censorship," Hubert Bost demonstrates that while Bayle did exercise a kind of self-censorship, he never seemed to moderate his philosophy out of a fear of his own persecution and in fact refused to abandon his ideas, even when ordered to do so by the Consistory.
David Bayle, an enologist with Pera, explained the technology to about three-dozen California winemakers and winery officials.
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