Bk in a sentence

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Definition of Bk

  • the chemical symbol for berkelium.
  • a radioactive transuranic element; discovered by bombarding americium with helium

How to use bk in a sentence. Bk pronunciation.

Note to Southey's _Thalaba_, bk.
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Dryden, _Palamon and Arcite_, bk.
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In pronouncing these [sentences from the _Tusculan Questions, etc_.] he was one day so eager that he unfortunately bit his tongue ... this accident gave Thwackum, who was present, and who held all such doctrines to be heathenish and atheistical, an opportunity to clap a judgment on his back."-_The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling_, Bk.
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This passage is based upon the _Discourses_ of Epictetus, bk.
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Adapted and expanded from the _Discourses_ of Epictetus, bk.
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These "Pillars" are mentioned together by Strabo (bk.
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A free paraphrase of the _Discourses_ of Epictetus, bk.
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A translation of the _Discourses_ of Epictetus, bk.
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Prints depend from the brass rails above them, behind are fixtures full of white packages containing, as inscriptions testify, Lino, Hd Bk, and Mull.
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And yonder in the styes of Circe, transformed to swine, thy comrades lie penned and make their lairs!'"-_Odyssey, bk.
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Thou hast drawn together all the far-stretched greatness all the pride cruelty and ambition of man, and covered it all over with these two narrow words _Hic jacet_. SIR WALTER RALEIGH, History of the World, Bk.
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Troilus and Criseyde, Bk. III.
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Take, for example, the case as he states it generally in the _De Civitate Dei_, Bk.
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Bk. II, Ch. 4, Sec.
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Prasum Promontorium"; also Ptolemy's _Geography_, bk.
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Josephus, _Antiquities of the Jews_, bk. VIII., ch.
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See Marco Polo, bk. I., ch.
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Examples of Bk

Example #1
Which betrayed not, or crushed not, or wept not her cause.
Example #2
True, the chains of the Catholic clank o'er his rags, The Castle still stands, and the Senate's no more, And the Famine which dwelt on her freedomless crags Is extending its steps to her desolate shore.
Example #3
Aye, roar in his train![595] let thine orators lash Their fanciful spirits to pamper his pride- Not thus did thy Grattan indignantly flash His soul o'er the freedom implored and denied.
Example #4
Were he God-as he is but the commonest clay, With scarce fewer wrinkles than sins on his brow- Such servile devotion might shame him away.
Example #5
The Venetian chroniclers who were Faliero's contemporaries, and Anonimo Torriano, a Trevisan, who wrote before Zuccato, are silent.
Example #6
The story appears for the first time in the chronicle of Bartolomeo Zuccato, notajo e cancelliere of the Comune di Treviso, which belongs to the first half of the sixteenth century.