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Baga Koga
   was spoken in   
Guinea
Baga Mboteni
   was spoken in   
Guinea
Baga
   is the Persian   
God of Prosperity and Wealth
Lungs
   in Filipino is   
Baga
Bagé
   is situated in   
Rio Grande Do Sul
Anna Langfus
   won for   
Les Bagages De Sable
No English translation; 1962
Rutabaga
   belongs to the family   
Brassicaceae
Brassica napus
Bagadjimbiri
   is   
The Karadjeri Brother Creator Spirits
Slain by Ngariman. The Karadjeri People of North Western Australia
Opus 126
   is   
6 Bagatelles for Piano
Numbered consecutively as op. 126, no's 1-6, each written in a different key
Bagatelle
   is situated in   
France
Merlimont, Nord-Pas de Calais
Ngariman
   is   
The Karadjeri Cat-man Spirit That Killed the Bagadjimbiri
The Karadjeri People of North Western Australia
Opus 119
   is   
11 Bagatelles for Piano
Opus no. 119, no's 1-11; some were started as early as 1794
Mongolia
   is the location of   
Tsambagarav Lul National Park
Katabaga
   was spoken in   
The Philippines
Molar
   in Filipino is   
Bagang
William Walton
   composed   
Five Bagatelles
For solo guitar, 1971; written for Julian Bream
Opus 33
   is   
7 Bagatelles
Numbered consecutively as op. 33, no. 1, etc
Bagage Intellectual
   means   
Fund of Knowledge
Habagat
   blows through   
The Philippines
A southwesterly.
Jacques Offenbach
   composed   
Bagatelle (1874)
First performed at Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens under the direction of the composer.






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