B

B or b (pronounced ) is the second letter of the Latin-script alphabet. It represents the voiced bilabial stop in many languages, including English. In some other languages, it is used to represent other bilabial consonants. Provided by Wikipedia

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by B. B
Published 1753
Printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-noster Row

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by B. B
Published 1721
printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane

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by B. B
Published 1847
W.M. Clark

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by S- B-
Published 1757
printed for S. Hooper, at Gay's-Head, near Beaufort-Buildings, in the Strand

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by B
Published 1716
printed for R. Robinson, at the Golden Lyon, in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by B
Published 1742
printed for J. Mechell at the King's Arm opposite the Leg-Tavern, Fleet street

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by S. B
Published 1765
Printed in the year

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by T. B
Published 1733
printed for John Worrall, at the Dove in Bell-Yard, near Lincolns-Inn ; Olive Payne, in Round Court in the Strand ; Thomas Boreman, on Ludgate-Hill, near the Gate ; and Thomas Game, at the Bible facing the East End of the New Church in the Strand; Booksellers

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by T. B
Published 1721
printed for John Marshall, at the Bible in Gracechurch-Street

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by T. B
Published 1728

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by T. B
Published 1750

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by T. B
Published 1729
printed for R. Walker, at the White Hart without Temple-Bar ; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster

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by B
Published 1787
printed and sold by H. Trapp, No. 1. Pater-Noster-Row, near Cheapside

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by S. B
Published 1717
printed for S. Baker at the Black Boy and Anchor in Pater-Noster row