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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 challenges the reader to leave his or her common decency behind, rise above boring notions of good and evil that govern sane and normal people, and develop the willingness to squash other people as if they were tiny bugs.
They claimed they had taken Bing to a vet, but when I looked into this, the vet had no record of him being brought in for treatment.
"We were only made aware of poor Bing's situation thanks to the person that called us, so we would always urge anyone with concerns about the welfare of an animal to contact our cruelty hotline on 0300 1234 999 so we can look in to it."
Dr Bing argued the definition of "grandchild" in the trust was unclear.
Drew Jacobson, Director of Sales for BING, states that, "Bing Z Energy is a dramatic innovation for the kombucha category - it's the perfect combination for the healthy, active consumer.
Microsoft lost arrangements under which Bing handled some queries that people asked Apple Inc.'s Siri voice assistant, but this year it struck a deal to handle searches and ads tied to searches on Yahoo, AOL and other Verizon Communications Inc.
Perhaps if enough people consider his 30-day challenge to only use Bing as their search engine, maybe somewhere down the line, Bing will be pitted against Google in a much more competitive way.
Han Bing had previously taken a hiatus from her studies in Canada to assist her father with his election campaign for mayor of Kaohsiung.
Each of your child's favourite characters is controlled from behind by a set of actors, who you stop noticing after the third song, as Bing and his best friends Sula and Pando and cousin Coco play dress-up and put on their own show.
Bing has a market share of just 2% in China, which includes 6% of the desktop searches, 3% of tablet searches, and less than 1% of smartphone searches.
"Children have such vivid imaginations; they will be swept up into Bing's world straight away.
Fans can join Bing, Sula, Coco and Pando as they learn how to tell stories by pretending, dressing up and singing songs.