[ UK /bˈɑːx/ ]
[ US /ˈbɑk/ ]
  1. the music of Bach
    he played Bach on the organ
  2. German baroque organist and contrapuntist; composed mostly keyboard music; one of the greatest creators of western music (1685-1750)
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  • Chile's top constitutional court blocked a government bid to promote the free distribution of the morning-after pill to minors aged 14 and over, dealing a new setback to President Michelle Bachelet.
  • Bachofen was the first to discuss under the name of gyneocracy and mother-right. Houses and House-Life of the American Aborigines
  • I long for the Monday nights before he came along when the second I got hungry I could stand by the kitchen TV watching "The Bachelorette," while whumping down a salade nicoise. Susan Orlins: Dating After Divorce: What if I Meet a Guy I Like?
  • Both Bach and Beethoven wrote classical music.
  • When she founded NYBDC in 1976, it was an academic discipline focused on reconstructing the steps of old dances, their names — among them the minuet and gavotte — familiar from the music of Bach and Handel. Stepping Through History
  • These populations offer a unique opportunity to monitor evolutionary dynamics in ancestral populations that harbor multiple strains of Wolbachia.
  • Correlation of the two regions (Wales and Spain) is achieved by ammonite biostratigraphy; however, the correlation is complicated by diachrony in the ammonite zones, especially around the Pliensbachian / Toarcian boundary.
  • More alarming -- not to mention revolting -- than any revelation, which has come out thus far about Bachmann, Kennedy once commented to Democratic political adviser Bobby Baker, "You know, I get a migraine headache if I don't get a strange piece of ass every day" see endnote 54. Lara M. Brown, Ph.D.: Michele Bachmann and Migraines: Presidential Disqualifier or Sexism?
  • Shortly after Joe Haldeman received a Bachelor of Science degree in astronomy from the University of Maryland, he was drafted into the army where he served (and received a Purple Heart medal) as a combat engineer in Vietnam. MIND MELD: The Funniest Writers in the History of SF/F
  • The hermit, the bachelor uncle, the reclusive genius, all have their place; I think it was once more recognised than today, when everyone is supposed to be good at relationships even if they're no good at anything else.
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