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Bing cherry
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bing cherry
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A male given name transferred from the surname; also a nickname for Bingley, Bingham, etc
A surname of Old English origin and unknown meaning
A search engine introduced by Microsoft in 2009
The sound made by a bell, an onomatopœia
A heap or pile, such as a slag heap
: Prison solitary confinement, a term used by inmates
Austrian-born British impresario who managed (1950-1972) the Metropolitan Opera in New York City
A heap or pile; as, a bing of wood
Bing Crosby
{i} Harry Lillis Crosby (1904-1977), American singer and actor
Bing Crosby
a US singer and film actor who was famous as a crooner (=someone who sings in a soft, gentle voice) . He is best known for the song White Christmas from the film Holiday Inn (1942) (1904-77). orig. Harry Lillis Crosby born May 3, 1903, Tacoma, Wash., U.S. died Oct. 14, 1977, near Madrid, Spain U.S. singer and actor. Crosby began to sing and play drums while studying law in Spokane, Wash. As a singer with the Paul Whiteman orchestra in 1927, he exhibited a mellow "crooning" style and casual stage manner that proved highly popular. He appeared in the early sound film King of Jazz (1931), and he later had his own radio program. By the late 1930s his records had sold millions of copies. His recordings of "White Christmas" and "Silent Night" were among the most popular songs of the 20th century. In the 1940s he starred in a popular radio variety show. His film career included the seven Road comedies with Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour, beginning with The Road to Singapore (1940); Going My Way (1944, Academy Award); The Bells of St. Mary's (1945); and White Christmas (1954). More than 300 million of his records have been sold, a total surpassed only by Elvis Presley among solo artists
Bing cherry
A variety of cherry with juicy, sweet, deep red to nearly black fruit
bing cherry
dark red or blackish sweet cherry
ba da bing ba da boom
Alternative spelling of bada bing bada boom
bada bing
Alternative form of bada bing bada boom
bada bing bada boom
Used to euphemize what is said, sometimes to the extent that only the initiated will understand what is implied
bada bing bada boom
To express that a task was easily completed; simple to accomplish
bada bing bada boom
An occurrence of this in speech
bada bing, bada boom
Alternative spelling of bada bing bada boom
bada boom bada bing
Alternative form of bada bing bada boom
bada bing
{ü} bada-bing bada-boom, interjection emphasizing that something will happen without effort and in a manner that can be predicted
Sir Rudolf Bing
born Jan. 9, 1902, Vienna, Austria-Hungary died Sept. 2, 1997, New York, N.Y., U.S. Austrian-born British opera impresario. After holding positions in German opera houses, he assumed the position of general manager at the Glyndebourne Opera in England (1935-49). In 1946 he helped found the Edinburgh Festival. From 1950 until 1972 he served as general manager of the Metropolitan Opera, where, wielding autocratic power, he raised the institution's performance standards, extended its season, encouraged innovations in design and production, ended the exclusion of black singers, and oversaw the company's move to Lincoln Center in 1966
bada bing bada boom
{ü} bada bing, interjection emphasizing that something will happen without effort and in a manner that can be predicted
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