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Beck Center for the Arts The Beck Center for the Arts in Lakewood, Ohio, is the largest theater and cultural arts center in Ohio, with an annual attendance of over 12,000 theatergoers each season. The artistic director is Scott Spence.
Beck's Bolero "Beck's Bolero" is a short, rock-based instrumental piece heavily influenced by Maurice Ravel's Bolero, recorded by Jeff Beck with Jimmy Page on guitar, John Paul Jones on bass, Nicky Hopkins on piano, and Keith Moon on drums. This song is considered by many critics to be an important work in the early development of both the heavy metal and progressive rock genres.
Beck's Mill Beck's Mill, located in Washington County, Indiana, seven miles southwest of Salem, was an old gristmill. It was built in 1864, one year after John Hunt Morgan asked for ransom for every Washington County mill to be spared from burning.
Beck's theorem (geometry) In incidence geometry, Beck's theorem is a more quantitative form of the more classical Sylvesterâ€“Gallai theorem. It says that finite collections of points fall into one of two extremes; one where a large fraction of points lie on a single line, and one where a large number of lines are needed to connect all the points.
Beck-Mahoney Sorceress The Beck-Mahoney Sorceress was a racing staggerwing biplane originally designed by the father and son team of Lee and Seldon Mahoney with later improvements accomplished by pilot Don Beck.Garber Center information
Beck, Bogert & Appice A blues rock power trio composed of guitarist Jeff Beck (The Yardbirds, Jeff Beck Group), Tim Bogert (Vanilla Fudge, Cactus) and Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge, Cactus). The three attempted a collaboration project in 1970 but Beck suffered a head injury in a car accident that year which sidelined him for well over a year.
Beck, Like the Beer Beck, Like the Beer is a demo mini-album by Beck which was never circulated and is, naturally, hard to come by. The only information known about it is what was written on the original tape, given by Beck to a friend, showing typical Beck humour: "Beck, Like the Beer.
Beckenham by-election, 1997 The Member of Parliament for Beckenham, Piers Merchant, (Conservative) accepted the office of Crown Steward and Bailiff of the Manor of Northstead on October 21, 1997. He had been under pressure during the 1997 general election after tabloid newspaper stories about his relationship with a bar hostess whom he had employed as a researcher, but had denied any impropriety and retained the confidence of his local association.
Beckenham, New Zealand Beckenham is an inner suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand, located three kilometres south of the city centre. The Heathcote River winds through this predominantly residential suburb, a section of which is often referred to locally as the "Beckenham Loop".
Becker Entertainment Becker Entertainment is one of Australia's best-known, publicly listed entertainment companies. Founded in 1965 by Russell Becker, one of the pioneers of commercial television in Australia, Becker was Australia's first independent distributor of television programs.
Becker Farm Railroad The Becker Farm Railroad (also known as the Centerville and Southwestern Railroad) was located on the Becker dairy farm in Roseland, New Jersey. This unique miniature (2 inch scale, 9 7/16 gauge) railroad, which featured a "live" steam locomotive and small-scale diesel locomotives, was the brainchild of Eugene Becker and commenced operatation in 1938, although the first revenue trips were not run until ten years later.
Becket Becket or the Honor of God is a Tony Award-winning play written in French by Jean Anouilh. It is a depiction of the conflict between Thomas Becket and King Henry II of England leading to Becket's murder in 1170, but contains many historical inaccuracies which the author acknowledged.
Beckett on Film Beckett on Film was a project to make film versions of all nineteen of Samuel Beckett's plays for the stage with the exception of the early and unperformed Eleutheria. This endeavour was completed with the first films being shown in 2001.
Beckett Point, Washington Beckett Point is a small point jutting out into Discovery Bay located ten miles from the city of Port Townsend, Washington, USA. The Point is owned by the Beckett Point Fisherman's Club, which leases out 96 homes.
Beckfoot School Beckfoot School is an 11-18 comprehensive school in Bingley, West Yorkshire with Technology College status, specialist school status in the Arts, Artsmark Gold and a Sportsmark Award. It also has a Charter Mark for services to the community and is a City Learning Centre.
Beckham County, Kentucky Beckham County, Kentucky was formed by the Kentucky General Assembly on February 9, 1904. Beckham County was created in the northeastern part of the state from parts of Carter County, Kentucky, Lewis County, Kentucky and Elliott County, Kentucky.
Beckhamâ€™s Hotshots Doctor Who series 3 episode 12-Alien remains... Aliens are landing on earth but how and why different spieces it started of as a wevil incident but then the whole world is in danger and aliens are coming Zygons,Daleks,Cybermen,sea Devils and the Time Lords...
Beckhampton Avenue The Beckhampton Avenue was a curving prehistoric avenue of stones that ran broadly south west Avebury towards The Longstones at Beckhampton in the English county of Wiltshire. It probably dates to the late Neolithic and early Bronze Age.
Beckhoff Beckhoff Automation GmbH is a medium-sized, internationally acting company located in Verl, Westphalia, Germany. It was established in 1980 as a business unit of the Elektro Beckhoff GmbH, an electrical installation and retail company which was founded in 1953 by Arnold Beckhoff Senior.
Beckingham, Nottinghamshire Beckingham is a village and civil parish in the Bassetlaw district of Nottinghamshire, England, about three miles west of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 1,168.
Beckley Foundation The Beckley Foundation is a charitable trust that promotes the investigation of consciousness and its modulation from a multidisciplinary perspective. It is located in the grounds of Beckley Park near the village of Beckley in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.
Beckley Park Beckley Park is a stately home located near the village of Beckley, in Oxfordshire, England. The house is closed to the public, although it is regularly used for photo shoots, as a film location, and for music video shoots.
Beckman Research Institute The Beckman Research Institute (BRI) is a research facility affiliated with the City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, CA. It is dedicated to studying normal and abnormal biological processes which may be related to cancer.
Beckman-Quarles theorem In geometry, the Beckman-Quarles theorem states that for a Euclidean space E of dimension d at least 2, any mapping f from E to itself that preserves the property of being at a unit distance apart must be an isometry.
Beckom, New South Wales Beckom is a village in the central part of the Riverina and situated about 5 kilometres north-east from Ardlethan, and situated about 90 kilometres east from Griffith. It has a population within a 7 kilometre radius of approximately 159 people.
Beckomberga Hospital Beckomberga Hospital () was a Swedish psychiatric hospital, situated in Bromma west of Stockholm. Opened in 1932, Beckomberga was in its mid-20th century heyday one of the largest psychiatric hospitals in Europe, housing some 2,000 mentally ill patients.
Beckton railway station Beckton railway station was a railway station in Beckton, London, on the Eastern Counties and Thames Junction Railway. It originally opened in 1874 and was owned by the Gas Lighting and Coke Company, to serve the recently-built gasworks in Beckton.
Becky Award The Becky Award is an honor given out by Language Log, a prestigious organization of professional linguistics who run one of the leading blogs on language. The award is named after the sixteenth-century humanist, Johannes Goropius Becanus, who claimed to have proved that the language of Eden was Flemish, incidentally his mother tongue.
Becky Barrett Becky Barrett (born May 1, 1942) is a politician in Manitoba, Canada. She served as a cabinet minister in the government of New Democratic Premier Gary Doer, and was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1990 until her retirement in 2003.
Becky Blasband Becky Blasband (born July 8, 1967, in New Hope, Pennsylvania) is a singer and songwriter who gained notoriety as one of the original cast members of television reality show The Real World. She was a housemate during the show's first season, which was set in New York City, and debuted in 1992.
Becky Branch Falls Becky Branch Falls is a twenty foot waterfall located in Rabun County, Georgia. The waterfall is located on the Bartram Trail (designated as a National Scenic Trail in Georgia) in a valley called Warwoman Dell, east of Clayton, Georgia.
Becky Cain Rebecca "Becky" Cook Cain-Ceperley was the president of the League of Women Voters from 1992-1998. Cain is currently the president and CEO of The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation in Charleston, West Virginia.
Becky Carney Rebecca Ann Carney is a Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the state's one hundred second House district, including constituents in Mecklenburg county. A homemaker from Charlotte, North Carolina, Carney is currently (2003-2004 session) serving in her first term in the state House.
Becky Cloonan Becky Cloonan (born 23 June 1980 in Pisa, Italy) is an American comic book creator known for her manga-influenced artwork and extreme prolificacy. She created minicomics and was part of the Meathaus collective before collaborating with Brian Wood on Channel Zero: Jennie One in 2003.
Becky Gable Becky Gable is an American actress who portrayed Kitana, Mileena, and Jade in the video games Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 and Mortal Kombat Trilogy. She also portrayed Khameleon in the Nintendo 64 port of Trilogy.
Becky Garrison Becky Garrison (born 1961) is Senior Contributing Editor of The Wittenburg Door and author of Red and Blue God, Black and Blue Church, a non-fiction religious political satire book that examines the interplay between religion and politics in the United States following the 2004 Presidential election.
Becky Johnson Becky Johnson (born February 14, 1978) is a Canadian comedian, writer, actor and improviser, best know for her work in the improv comedy duo Iron Cobra (with Graham Wagner). She has been nominated at the Canadian Comedy Awards for her work in improvised theatre work and has also done a fair amount of work producing comedy shows and improv festivals in her hometown of Toronto.
Becky Price Becky Price (born September 8, 1974 in Richmond Hill, Ontario) is a former field hockey forward from Canada, who earned a total number of 39 international caps for the Canadian National Team during her career. She started playing field hockey in high school, and was named York University's Female Athlete of the Year in 1998.
Becky Sharp (film) The 1935 film Becky Sharp, based on the play of the same name, is in turn based on the novel Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray. It tells the story of a lower-class girl who insinuates herself into an upper class family, only to see her life and the lives of those around her destroyed.
Becky Smith Becky Smith-Wiber (born June 3, 1959 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a former international medley and butterfly swimmer from Canada, who won the bronze medal in the Women's 400m Individual Medley at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada, behind teammate Cheryl Gibson (silver). At the same Olympic tournament she also finished third in the Women's 4x100 Freestyle Relay, alongside Gail Amundrud, Barbara Clark, and Anne Jardin.
Beco Industries Beco Industries, an Anjou, Quebec company is an operating company of TerraVest Income Fund (). Beco Industries is a manufacturer and importer of home textiles and has been servicing the North American market for over 60 years.
Become (UML) In the Unified Modeling Language, become is a keyword for a specific UML stereotype, and applies to a Dependency (UML) (which is modeled as a dashed arrow). Become shows that the source modeling element (the arrow's tail) is transformed into the target modeling element (the arrow's head), while keeping some sort of identity, even though it may have changed values, state, or even class.
Becoming the Archetype Becoming The Archetype is a Christian metalcore/death metal band on Solid State Records that formed in 1999 out of Atlanta, Georgia. Their name refers to the Bible verse Genesis 1:26 which reads, "God said, 'Let us make man in our image'".
Becta Becta (the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency) is an agency of Department for Education and Skills in the UK. In its capacity it oversees the procurement of all information and communications technology (ICT) equipment and e-learning strategy for schools.
Becton Dickinson BD (), a leading global medical technology company that manufactures and sells medical devices, instrument systems and reagents, is focused on improving drug therapy, enhancing the quality and speed of diagnosing infectious diseases, and advancing research and discovery of new drugs and vaccines. Founded in 1897 and headquartered in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, BD employs more than 25,000 people in approximately 50 countries throughout the world.
Bed (geology) In geology a bed is the smallest division of a geologic formation or stratigraphic rock series marked by well-defined divisional planes (bedding planes) separating it from layers above and below. A bed is the smallest lithostratigraphic unit, usually ranging in thickness from a centimeter to several meters and distinguishable from beds above and below it.
Bed and Board Bed & Board (French: Domicile Conjugal) is a 1970 French film directed by FranĂ§ois Truffaut, a sequel to Stolen Kisses. Bed and Board follows the couple â€” now married â€” from Stolen Kisses, Antoine (Jean-Pierre LĂ©aud) and Christine (Claude Jade).
Bed of nails A bed of nails is typically an oblong piece of wood, the size of a bed, with nails pointing upwards out of it. It appears to the spectator that anyone lying on this "bed" would be injured by the nails, but this is not so, assuming the nails are numerous enough, since the weight is distributed between them such that the force exerted on each nail is not enough to break the person's skin.
Bed of nails tester A bed of nails tester is a traditional electronic test fixture comprised of numerous pins inserted into holes in an acrylic plate which are aligned to make contact with test points on a printed circuit board and are also connected to a measuring unit by wires.
Bed of Rose's Bed of Rose's was a hit song for the country music vocal group the Statler Brothers. The song, written by bass singer Harold Reid, reached its popularity peak in the winter of 1971, eventually reaching the Top 10 of the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart.
Bed of Roses (1933 film) Bed of Roses (1933) is an extremely bawdy pre-Hayes Code comedy featuring Constance Bennett and Pert Kelton (the original "Alice" in Jackie Gleason's The Honeymooners) as a pair of rollickingly bawdy prostitutes who occasionally get hapless male admirers drunk before robbing them, at least until the girls are caught and thrown back into jail. Laced with amazing and amusingly witty dialogue as well as scenes that would never be allowed after the adoption of the Hayes Code, the film also features Joel McCrea as the skipper of a small cotton boat who fishes Bennett's character out of the river after she's dived off a ship to escape capture.
Bed of Roses (song) "Bed of Roses" is a rock song released by Bon Jovi in 1993, taken from the album Keep the Faith. The song's power ballad style made it a worldwide hit, and it demonstated the band's new, more mature sound after their success as a hair metal band in the 80's.
Bed warmer A bed warmer was a common household item in cold countries, especially Northern Europe. It consisted of a metal container, usually fitted with a handle and shaped somewhat like a modern frying pan, with a solid or finely perforated lid.
Beda Fomm Beda Fomm is a small coastal town in southwestern Cyrenaica, Libya located between the much larger port city Bengazi to its north and the larger town of El Agheila further to the southwest. Beda Fomm is known mainly for being the site of the final engagement of Operation Compass in World War II.
Beda Weber Beda Weber was a Benedictine professor, author, and member of the National German Parliament, born at Lienz in the Tyrol, 26 October, 1798; died at Frankfort-on-the-Main, 28 February, 1859. His father wished him to learn a trade as well as the ordinary work of a peasant, and thus Weber became a shoemaker.
Bedd Arthur Bedd Arthur or Arthur's Grave is a possible prehistoric hengiform monument megalithic site in the Preseli Hills in the Welsh county of Pembrokeshire. It sits on top of the Preseli ridge and overlooks the rocky outcrop of Carn Menyn, a site that has been suggested as a source for the bluestones used at Stonehenge.
Bedd Branwen Period The Bedd Branwen Period is the name given by Colin Burgess to a division of the early Bronze Age in Britain covering the period between 1650 BC and 1400 BC. It follows his Overton Period and is superseded by his Knighton Heath Period.
Bedder The term "bedder" is short for "bedmaker" and is a housekeeper in a college of the University of Cambridge and the University of Durham. The equivalent at the University of Oxford is known as a "scout".
Beddgelert Forest railway station Beddgelert Forest railway station is a new railway station on the Welsh Highland Railway. As of May, 2006, the platform is accessed through the Beddgelert Forest Campsite and laid with Tarmac complete with a concrete base for the waiting shelter.
Beddgelert railway station Beddgelert railway station is a new railway station due to be built sometime during 2006 and 2007 for the new Welsh Highland Railway. The station will be located on the site of the former WHR station, which had a passing loop and three sidings, evidence for which is still visible.
Bede Aircraft Bede Aircraft Corporation was founded by controversial aeronautical engineer Jim Bede in 1961 to produce the BD-1 kit aircraft, which eventually became the American Aviation Corporation's AA-1. The company also created and produced a number of advanced kit planes including the famous Bede BD-5 (pusher propeller driven) and BD-5J (turbojet driven).
Bede Griffiths Alan Richard "Bede" Griffiths (17 December, 1906 â€“ 13 May, 1993), also known as Swami Dayananda, (Bliss of Compassion) was a British-born Benedictine monk and missionary who lived in ashrams in South India. He was born at Walton-on-Thames, England and studied literature at Oxford University under professor and Christian apologist C.
Bede Island Bede Island is an area of Leicester, England close to the city centre, with the River Soar to the west and Grand Union Canal to the east. For many years Bede Island South was a run down area of brownfield land but in the 1990s urban regeneration sought to improve housing, employment opportunities and the environment in the area.
Bedel The bedel (from medieval Latin pedellus or bidellus, occasionally bidellus generalis, from OHG bital, pital, "the one who invites, calls") was, and is to some extent still, an administrative official at universities in several European countries, and often had a policiary function at the time when universities had their own jurisdiction over students.
Bedel's Regiment Bedel's Regiment was first raised as a single company of rangers in Coos, New Hampshire on May 26, 1775 under the command of Timothy Bedel for the protection of northern New Hampshire during the early days of the American Revolutionary War. Between July 1775 and January 1776 eight more companies of rangers were recruited from the frontiermen of northern New Hampshire as the regiment joined the Continental Army and took part in the Battle of Fort St.
Bedele (woreda) Bedele is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Illubabor Zone, Bedele is bordered on the south by Gechi, on the southwest by Chora, on the west by Dega, on the north by the southern exclave of the Benishangul-Gumaz Region, on the northeast by the Didessa River which separates it from the Misraq Welega Zone, and on the southeast by Gechi.
Bedford Avenue (BMT Canarsie Line) Bedford Avenue is a station on the BMT Canarsie Line of the New York City Subway. Located at the intersection of Bedford Avenue and and North Seventh Street in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg, it is served by the train at all times.
Bedford Dormobile The "Bedford" Dormobile is a 1960s-era campervan (motorcaravan, motorhome) of the Bedford marque. It was manufactured in Folkestone in Kent, southern England, by Martin Walter on a base vehicle by Vauxhall Motors.
Bedford Drive EP The Bedford Drive EP was released independently as a followup to their debut The Last Time I Saw The Stars. It is sometimes referred to as the Bearsuit EP, due to the finishing song on the EP, and the bear on the front cover.
Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women is a prison in Bedford Hills, Westchester County, New York, USA. It is the largest women's prison in New York State and has hosted many infamous prisoners, including Kathy Boudin, Jean Harris, Carolyn Warmus, Sante Kimes, Marybeth Tinning and Pamela Smart.
Bedford Jezzard Bedford Jezzard, (born Clerkenwell London October 19 1927 â€“ May 21 2005), was a football player, spending all of his career as a striker at Fulham, throughout the 1940s and 1950s. He holds the club's post-war record for league goals scored in a season - 38 in 1953-1954.
Bedford Level experiment The Bedford Level Experiment was a series of observations carried out along a six-mile length of the Bedford Level (the Old Bedford River), Norfolk, England, during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It was an attempt to demonstrate that the Earth was flat.
Bedford Midi The Bedford Midi was a medium sized panel van produced between 1986 and 1994 by the General Motors-owned Vauxhall motor company. designed very much in the mould of contemporary Japanese vehicle of the time, it featured an underfloor engine of Isuzu origin, in either petrol (1.
Bedford North Lawrence High School Bedford North Lawrence High School is located in Lawrence County, Indiana, in the United States. Established in 1974, the school consolidated seven area high schools: Bedford, Tunnelton, Shawswick, Needmore, Fayetteville, Oolitic, and Heltonville.
Bedford Park Boulevard-Lehman College (IRT Jerome Avenue Line) Bedford Park Boulevardâ€“Lehman College (formerly Bedford Park Boulevardâ€“200th Street) is an elevated station on the IRT Jerome Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. Located at the intersection of Bedford Park Boulevard and Jerome Avenue in the Bronx, it is served by the train at all times.
Bedford Park, Bronx Bedford Park is a neighborhood in the borough of the Bronx in New York City bounded by Mosholu Parkway to the north, Webster Avenue and Bronx Park to the east, 196th Street to the south, and Goulden Avenue to the west. It borders the neighborhoods of Norwood, Fordham, and Kingsbridge.
Bedford Rascal The Bedford Rascal was a small van of the Bedford brand, based on an existing Japanese Suzuki vehicle, the Suzuki Super Carry. It was sold as the Vauxhall Rascal after 1990, and as the Holden Scurry in Australia.
Bedford River Festival The Bedford River Festival is held biannually in the county town of Bedford, UK, on the banks of the River Great Ouse. It is held over a weekend, normally in July, and is the main tourist-attracting event in the town.
Bedford Road Invitational Tournament The Bedford Road Invitational Tournament (BRIT) is one of the most prestigous boys high school basketball tournaments in all of Canada. It takes place every January at Bedford Road Collegiate in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Bedford Springs Hotel Bedford Springs, a nineteenth-century mineral springs resort located just off the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States, is a large complex of buildings erected throughout the nineteenth century to accommodate the growing popularity of seven mineral springs in close proximity to one another. The multitude of small, freshwater springs, which were believed to have miraculous healing powers, at first attracted those suffering from illnesses, but the popularity of the resort grew quickly due to its location at the foot of the Alleghany Mountains along Shober's Run (sometimes called Shover's Run), and its appealing architecture, which includes Stone House, erected in 1804, the Colonial Building, a monumental, columned revival building constructed in 1842, as well as a long series of porticoed wings built in the Carpenter Gothic style from the 1850s to the 1890s.
Bedford, Eastern Cape Bedford is a town in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. It was established in the mid-1800's when Sir Andries Stockenstroom sold portions of land from his farm Maastroom to raise funds for the restoration of his library, which had been burnt by British soldiers mistrustful of his attempts to broker peace in one of the Cape Frontier Wars.
Bedford, Quebec Bedford is a town located in southern Quebec, Canada, near the Vermont border. This small community is just an hour's drive from larger cities such as Burlington and Montreal and is the home to southern Quebec's largest scout troop.
Bedfordite The Bedfordites were an 18th century British political faction, led by John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford. Other than Bedford himself, notable members included John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich; Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Gower; Richard Rigby, who served as principal Commons manager for the group; Thomas Thynne, 3rd Viscount Weymouth; Edward Thurlow; and George Spencer, 4th Duke of Marlborough
Bedfordshire (UK Parliament constituency) Bedfordshire is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. It was a constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of England then of the Parliament of Great Britain from 1707 to 1800 and of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1885.
Bedfordshire County Cricket Club Bedfordshire County Cricket Club is one of the county clubs which make up the Minor Counties in the English domestic cricket structure, representing the historic county of Bedfordshire and competing in the Minor Counties Championship and the MCCA Knockout Trophy.
Bedfordshire County Football Association The Bedfordshire County Football Association, also simply known as Bedfordshire FA, is the governing body of football in the county of Bedfordshire, England. Founded in 1894, the Bedfordshire FA run a number of cups at different levels for teams across Bedfordshire.
Bedfordshire Yeomanry Bedfordshire Yeomanry, a unit of the British Army originally raised in 1797 as a body of independent troops, the Bedfordshire Yeomanry Cavalry was disbanded after the Napoleonic Wars and briefly reformed from 1817 to 1827.
Bedgrove Bedgrove is one of the housing estates of the modern town of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, though it takes its name from a farm and hamlet that stood in the area until the area was cleared for building in the early 1960s. The housing estate is on the south side of the town.
Bedhaya The bedhaya (also written as bedoyo, beá¸Ťaya, and various other transliterations) is a sacred ritualized dance of Java, Indonesia, associated with the royal palaces of Yogyakarta and Surakarta. Along with the serimpi, the bedhaya epitomized the elegant (alus) character of the royal court, and the dance became an important symbol of the ruler's power.
Bedchamber Crisis The Bedchamber crisis (May 1839) is the unofficial name for the 'crisis' that took place under Queen Victoria during a change of Her Majesty's government. After the resignation of Lord Melbourne, Robert Peel was offered the opportunity of forming a Conservative government but realised that such a government would hold a minority in the House of Commons and would be structurally weak, possibly damaging his future political career.
Bedi Buval Bedi Buval (born June 16 1986 in Domont, France) is a French footballer who's last club was Bolton Wanderers. A striker by trade, Buval was close to making the Bolton first team squad on a number of occasions, although a recent knee injury has dented his hopes of career progression.
Bedivere In Arthurian legend, Sir Bedivere (Welsh: Bedwyr; French: BĂ©doier, also spelt Bedevere) is the Knight of the Round Table who returns Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake. He serves as King Arthur's marshal and is frequently associated with Sir Kay.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks Bedknobs and Broomsticks is a 1971 musical film produced by Walt Disney Productions, which combines live action and animation; it premiered on October 7, 1971. It is based upon the books The Magic Bed Knob; or, How to Become a Witch in Ten Easy Lessons and Bonfires and Broomsticks, by Mary Norton.
Bedlam Hour The brainchild of South Carolina punk legend Chuck Walker, Bedlam Hour was South Carolina's (SC) primary proponent of the straight edge movement. The most prolific of the SC punk bands, Bedlam Hour released several full-length records on vinyl, including the pop-punk masterpiece "Rock the Cradle".
Bedlam Series The Bedlam Series refers to the athletics rivalry between the University of Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State University Cowboys, of the Big 12 Conference's South Division. Both schools were also members of the Big 8 Conference before the formation of the Big 12 Conference in 1996.
BedĹ™ich Smetana BedĹ™ich Smetana (pronounced ; 2 March 1824 - 12 May 1884) was a Czech composer. He is best known for his symphonic poem Vltava (The Moldau), the second in a cycle of six which he entitled MĂˇ vlast ("My Country"), and for his opera The Bartered Bride.
Bednye Rodstvenniki Bednye Rodstvenniki (2005) (, Roots, Poor Relatives) is an absolutely hilarious comedy, close in style to "The 12 chairs" and "The Small Golden Calf" based on the novels by Ilya Ilf and Evgeniy Petrov.
Bedok Bus Interchange Bedok Bus Interchange (Chinese: ĺ‹żć´›ĺ·´ĺŁ«č˝¬ćŤ˘ç«™) is a bus station serving Bedok New Town in Singapore. The bus interchange was completed in the 1980s located in the town centre and is near Bedok MRT Station, with the allocated block of 207A, located near a food centre and a community library.
Bedok Lighthouse Bedok Lighthouse is a lighthouse facility located at the South Eastern coast of Singapore. The lighthouse itself is notable for being located on top of a 26 story condominium (Lagoon View Block 5000L Singapore 449293) at Marine Parade Road.