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bibav bibev bibew / as desired and find

Biare / Desired.
Biaty / As desired.
Bibav / As desired and find       1
boxes will stay open or shut, as desired. / and find it does well.       2
as desired, and find the whole       3
much or little set, as desired,
and find such set lasts longer than the spring       4
can run into any one of the four pockets as desired,
and find platforms on either side       5       of the horn as desired,
and find corresponding values of L, or distance from       6
Bibet / Destination.
Biboy / Destination of.
Bibux / Destination unknown       7       value of
n to make the error as small as desired
and find λ with       8
BIBAV / Idaho White Pine
BIBEV / Place
BIBEW / A favorite place
BIBEX / A good place (for)       9


  1. ex A Telegraphic Code for the Use of the United States Public Health Service (1915) : 93
    (NLM/NIH copy, same)
  2. OCR cross-column misread, involving “Another flour-box” and “Keeping Hams” (the latter submitted by “E. R. A. S.”, Hardinsburgh, Indiana), at American Agriculturist (for the Farm, Garden, and Household; published also in German) 31 (Orange Judd & Co., publishers and proprietors, New York; June 1872) : 226
    for Orange Judd (1822-92), see wikipedia
  3. ex observation by a microscopist, referring to “Vines in a narrow border” mentioned on page 512 of December 13 issue, in The Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener, and Home Farmer (“A chronicle of country pursuits and country life, including poultry, pigeon, and bee-keeping;” Conducted by Robert Hogg) 7 (December 20, 1883) : 529
  4. ex “Swaged teeth for circular saws” (communication from Judd), in The Wood-worker (a journal for machine wood-workers) 21:9 (Indianapolis, Ind., November 1902) : 28
  5. ex communication from Wm. H. Burr, Wm. Barclay Parsons, and Ira A. McCormack, commissioners, to J. W. Stevenson, Commissioner of Bridges, City of New York, in Minutes of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment of the City of New York, Financial and Franchise Matters, from January 1 to March 31, 1907 (January 11, 1907) : 100-109 (104)
  6. ex RCA Review : A Technical Journal (1939) : 101 (snippet only)
  7. ex A Telegraphic Code for the Use of the United States Public Health Service (1915) : 93
  8. Hans F. Weinberger, A Theory of Lower Bounds for Eigenvalues (United States Air Force, Office of Scientific Research, 1959) : 53
  9. ex Charles J. Hoffman, comp., Universal Lumber Code (2nd—3rd Edition; 1909, 1923) : 291

encountering the eponymous phrase in the Public Health Service code, wondered in what contexts it might be wanted.

5 December 2021