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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BING

Together, more or less, ever since Winchester, and now—bing!

All you had to do, he reflected, was to think yourself somewhere else, and—bing!

He passed from the sidewalk into his own yard, with a subdued "Bing!"

If the truth were known about Bing he wouldn't be holding his head so high.

Mrs. Bing leaned toward him and whispered: "She adores him!"

"But I'm really hoping to do something for you," Mr. Bing assured him.

Mr. Bing's retreat was not, however, quite swift enough to save him.

Mrs. Bing sank into a chair and covered her face with her hands for half a moment.

Mrs. Bing tried a cigarette and got along with it very well.

As between the three he would, secretly, have voted for Mr. Bing.

WORD ORIGIN

"heap or pile," 1510s, from Old Norse bingr "heap." Also used from early 14c. as a word for bin, perhaps from notion of "place where things are piled."

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