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  • n. A large barbel (Barbus bynni) found in the Nile.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A large species of barbel (Barbus bynni), found in the Nile, and much esteemed for food.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A fish (Barbus bynni) of the family Cyprinid√¶, related to the barbel. It inhabits the Nile.

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  • If you find magic rocks and biblical artifacts to be plausible how do extra terrestrials seem too outlandish? binny

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  • The binny even has the audacity to insist, "You read too many books."

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  • Well, you are just a tiny binny individual who do not enjoy the fun of china's olympics against so many hundreds of people praising it. well, I wont be coming to your blog anymore due to negativity of your reports and if you are not satisfied, you can email me at kwchong@gmail.com.

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  • Well, you are just a tiny binny individual who do not enjoy the fun of china's olympics against so many hundreds of people praising it. well, I wont be coming to your blog anymore due to negativity of your reports and if you are not satisfied, you can email me at________.

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  • This is why I call them Mexiqaeda on my blog and they are a bigger threat to us than binny Laden ever was, because they will work with him and others to destroy us.

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  • It was the perfect chance for binny to get away and he may have.

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  • Back during the Mumbai crisis and the all of the Pirate activity I made the bold claim that binny had made his way to Somolia.

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  • Obama made the promise during the camaign that he would go after binny in Pakistan.

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  • -- In nuclear-armed Pakistan, Taliban forces are now within 60 miles of Islamabad, with security falling apart everywhere, including the area along the border with Afghanistan where binny supposedly is hiding out.

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