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Bedok Village Bedok Village or Kampong Bedok was a fishing village in Singapore, located along the western bank of the Sungei Bedok, or Bedok River. It was one of the many fishing villages that dotted Singapore's East Coast before land reclaimation in the early 1970s.
Bedouin Bedouin, derived from the Arabic (), a generic name for a desert-dweller, is a term generally applied to Arab nomadic pastoralist groups, who are found throughout most of the desert belt extending from the Atlantic coast of the Sahara via the Western Desert, Sinai, and Negev to the Arabian Desert. It is occasionally used to refer to non-Arab groups as well, notably the Beja of the African coast of the Red Sea.
Bedout Bedout or Bedout High, (IPA pronunciation: ) is centered about 300 km off the northwestern coast of Australia in the Roebuck Basin. It is a large circular depression in the ocean basin approximately 200 km across, with a central uplift that is a distinguishing feature of impact craters (see Chesapeake Bay impact crater for comparison).
Bedrest Bedrest as a medical treatment refers to staying in bed day and night as a treatment for an illness or medical condition, especially when prescribed or chosen rather than resulting from severe prostration or imminent death. Even though most patients in hospitals spend most of their time in the hospital beds, bedrest more often refers to an extended period of recumbence at home.
Bedrettin Dalan Bedrettin Dalan (1941) is a Turkish engineer, former politician and the first mayor of Greater Ä°stanbul. He is the founder of Ä°STEK VakfÄ±, a foundation for education and culture, and Yeditepe University in Ä°stanbul.
Bedrock (framework) Bedrock was a joint-effort by Apple Computer and Symantec to produce a cross platform programming framework for programming on the Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows platforms. The project was a failure for various political reasons, and after delivering a beta version the project died in late 1993.
Bedrock (producers) Bedrock is a trance and house production duo featuring John Digweed and Nick Muir. They produced the singles "For What You Dream Of" (1993) (featured in Trainspotting), "Set In Stone/Forbidden Zone" (1997), "Heaven Scent/Lifeline" (1999) (featured in the movie "Go"), "Voices" (2000) which all reached the UK singles chart.
Bedrock Anthem Bedrock Anthem is a parody of "Under the Bridge" and "Give It Away" both by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. It was sung by "Weird Al" Yankovic and was featured on his 1993 album Alapalooza.
Bedrock High School Bedrock High School is a high school, located in the fictional town of Bedrock, in Cobblestone County. Bedrock High School is an important Bedrock institution which appeared on the animated television series The Flintstones, as well as its various spinoffs.
Bedrooms and Hallways Bedrooms and Hallways is a 1998 film about the fluidity of sexuality. It was written by Robert Farrar and directed by Rose Troche, starring Kevin McKidd, James Purefoy, Tom Hollander, Julie Graham, Simon Callow and Hugo Weaving.
Bedsit A bedsit, also known as a bed-sitting room, is a form of rented accommodation consisting of a single room with a shared bathroom and lavatory; they are part of a legal category of dwellings referred to as Houses in multiple occupation. In some cases the room has a small formal kitchen area but it is common for the tenants to have no more than an electric kettle and single electric ring.
Bedsitter Images Bedsitter Images is the first album of folk rock artist Al Stewart, released in 1967. It is commercially available as part of a CD boxset "To Whom It May Concern", which contains his first three albums as well as a single, its B side and a couple of tracks added to the rerelease of Bedsitter Images in 1970.
Bedspace Also known as Bed space, this term is commonly used in a dormitory or a private bedroom for a single bed that is occupied or intended to be occupied under rental agreements. This is also associated with â€śapartmentsâ€ť and â€śroom for rentâ€ť, and can be used to refer to the number of people an apartment or room could accommodate.
Bedstone Bedstone is a tiny village and parish (population 85) in the county of Shropshire, England, close to the border with Wales. Its church dates back to Norman times, and some of the houses are more than 600 years old.
Bedtime Eyes "Bedtime Eyes" is the debut novel of Amy Yamada, one of the most prominent and controversial novelists in Japan today. Published in 1985, it immediately brought Yamada into the spotlight because it, for many critics, embodied the spirit of the "shinjinru" - i.
Bedtime for Bonzo Bedtime for Bonzo is a 1951 comedy film directed by Fred de Cordova. It revolves around the attempts of the central character, Professor Peter Boyd (played by Ronald Reagan), to teach human morals to a chimpanzee, hoping to solve the "nature versus nurture" question.
Bedwas Bedwas is a village 2 miles north-east of Caerphilly, south Wales, situated in the Caerphilly borough and traditional county of Monmouthshire. It neighbours Trethomas and Machen, and forms a council ward in conjunction with those communities.
Bedwellty (UK Parliament constituency) Bedwellty was a constituency in Monmouthshire, Wales which returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1918 until it was abolished for the 1983 general election.
Bedwetting alarm A bedwetting alarm is an electronic device which is used to alert children and adults that they are in the process of urinating while asleep (this is known as nocturnal enuresis). Bedwetting alarms are currently the only curative approach available for people suffering from bedwetting issues.
Bedwyn railway station Bedwyn railway station is a railway station in the village of Great Bedwyn in the county of Wiltshire in England. The station is served by local services operated by First Great Western from Reading and Newbury which terminate here.
Bee (gathering) A bee, as used in quilting bee or spelling bee, is an old word to describe a gathering of friends and neighbors to accomplish a task or to hold a competition. The tasks were often major jobs, such as clearing a field of timber or raising a barn, that would be difficult to carry out alone.
Bee Gees The core members of Bee Gees were a singing trio of brothers â€” Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb â€” that became one of the most successful musical acts of all time. They were born on the Isle of Man, lived in England for several years and moved to Australia where their music careers began; their world-wide success came when they returned to England.
Bee Gees discography This page is a work in progress that sets out to be the most comprehensive compilation of information concerning the discography of the Bee Gees, covering their studio albums, live albums, and solo projects, as well as scrapped ideas.
Bee Hummingbird The Bee Hummingbird (Mellisuga helenae) is a hummingbird, and the smallest of all birds (with the male being smaller than the female of the species). It can be found in Cuba (where it is called the zunzĂşn) and the Isle of Pines.
Bee Cheng Hiang Bee Cheng Hiang (Chinese: çľŽçŹŤé¦™) is a company that produces Asian-style foodstuffs, especially that of Singaporean cuisine. Started in 1933 in Singapore, the corporation and was then extended to Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and other countries in East Asia.
Bee Line Railroad The Bee Line Railroad , is a Class III railroad serving agricultural communities in northwest Warren County and southwest Benton County in Indiana. It joins the Kankakee, Beaverville and Southern Railroad about two miles east of Ambia in Benton County, from which point it heads south into Warren, passes through the town of Tab and terminates near Stewart.
Bee Orchid The Bee Orchid (Ophrys apifera) is a perennial, temperate climate species of orchid generally found growing on semi-dry turf, on limestone, calcareous dunes or in open areas in woodland. The Bee Orchid is a common plant around the Mediterranean eastwards to the Black Sea but is less common in its northern range being uncommon or local in Germany and Ireland.
Bee-Line Bus System The Bee-Line Bus System is a bus system serving Westchester County, New York. The system is owned by the county's Department of Transportation and operated, on contract (except for three routes), by Yonkers-based Liberty Lines Transit, Inc.
Beebe's monster Beebe's Monster, so named for William Beebe, who discovered it in 1930 while on a bathysphere dive, is a prime example of cryptozoology turned zoology. Beebe described the monster as being 6 feet long, with bioluminescent scales.
BeebEm BeebEm is a BBC Micro emulator, first developed by David Gilbert in 1994 and since improved by a number of people, most notably Mike Wyatt who currently maintains the emulator and its website. Although BeebEm's first incarnations were for UNIX-based systems, the version for Windows (98 or later) is now much the most popular.
Beecon Beecon is the student-run television station for the Savannah College of Art and Design, located in Savannah, Georgia. Beecon was founded in January of 2005 by graduate student Francis Abbey, who served as the first General Manager.
BeeCard A BeeCard is a memory card developed by Hudson Soft with the size of credit card totally aimed at the video game console market to distribute video games. A BeeCard contains an integrated circuit that is placed close to the connectors and protected by a thin plastic layer for protection.
Beedi A beedi (from Hindi ŕ¤¬ŕĄ€ŕ¤˘ŕĄ€, pronounced "bee-dee"; also known as bidi or biri) is a thin, often flavored, Indian cigarette made of tobacco wrapped in a tendu (or temburini; Diospyros melonoxylon roxb.) leaf, and secured with colored thread at one end.
Beedlebaum Beedlebaum: A mishearing of "Feitlebaum," the winner of a horse race narrated in a song (a version of the William Tell Overture) produced by a band, Spike Jones and the City Slickers, in the 1940's. The distinctive final phrase of the song, "Fei-tle-baum" is sung in bass voice in two descending notes.
Beedles Station, Ohio Beedles Station was the first settlement in what was to become Warren County, Ohio. A blockhouse was established there in 1795 in what is now Section 28, Town 4, Range 3 of the Between the Miami Rivers Survey in western Turtlecreek Township.
Beef Beef is muscle tissue obtained from bovines, especially domestic cattle. Beef is one of the principal meats used in European cuisine and cuisine of the Americas, and is important in Africa, East Asia, and Southeast Asia as well.
Beef (documentary) Beef (released on DVD in September 2003) is a film that documents the history of rivalries in hip hop and rap music. The film was produced by Casey Suchan and Denis Henry Hennelly, executive produced by Quincy Jones III (QD3), written by Peter Alton and Peter Spirer (who also directed), and was narrarated by actor Ving Rhames.
Beef brain Beef brains and calf or veal (juvenile beef) brains are used in certain types of ethnic cooking, such as French cuisine and Mexican cuisine (known as sesos in Spanish, often seen in tacos and burritos) as well as certain regional cuisine in the US. Beef brains have a mushy texture and very little inherent flavor and are typically flavored with sauces such as chile sauce and Sauce ravigote.
Beef Bourguignon Beef Bourguignon (French: BĹ“uf bourguignon) is a well-known, traditional French recipe. It is essentially a type of beef stew prepared with cubed pieces of beef stewed in red wine (preferably an assertive, full-bodied wine such as Burgundy), generally flavoured with garlic, onions, carrots, lardons, and a bouquet garni, and garnished with pearl onions and mushrooms.
Beef II Beef II (released on DVD in August 2004) is a sequel to the 2003 documentary Beef, which continued to document the history of rivalries in hip-hop and rap music. Like its prequel, the film was executive produced by Quincy Jones III (QD3), written by Peter Alton and Peter Spirer (who also directed), and was this time narrarated by actor Keith David.
Beef tenderloin Beef tenderloin, or eye fillet (New Zealand and Australia), is cut from the middle of a cow. As with all quadrupeds, the tenderloin refers to the Psoas major muscle along the central spine portion, which more or less hangs between the shoulder blade and hip socket.
Beef Wellington (wrestler) Beef Wellington is a Canadian professional wrestler known for his appearances in Combat Zone Wrestling as one half of the tag team Team Masturbation with Excalibur. He has also wrestled for UWA Hardcore, Jersey All Pro Wrestling, and International Wrestling Syndicate.
Beefalo Beefalo are a fertile hybrid offspring of domestic cattle, Bos taurus, and the American Bison, Bison bison (generally called buffalo). The breed was created to combine the best characteristics of both animals with a view towards beef production.
Beefcake Beefcake often used to denote male sexual attractiveness stemming from physical build, but is also used by women and men interested in bodybuilding and weight training, while others consider unnaturally overdeveloped musculature unattractive. While in spectator combat disciplines many fighters choose to make their entry (or even fight if no uniform is prescribed) in elaborate costumes that sometimes practically hide them, others simply display their natural physique.
Beefcake (film) Beefcake (1999) is a docu-drama homage to the muscle magazines of the 1940s-1960s, in particular the Physique Pictorial Magazine published by Bob Mizer of the Athletic Model Guild. It was inspired by a picture book by F.
Beefcake magazines Beefcake magazines were magazines published in North America in the 1930s to 1960s that featured photographs of attractive, muscular young men in athletic poses. While their primary market was gay men, until the 1960s, they were typically presented as being magazines dedicated to encouraging fitness and health: the models were often shown demonstrating exercises.
Beefmaster Beefmaster is a breed of beef cattle that was developed in the early 1930s by Tom Lasater from a crossing of Hereford and Shorthorn cattle with hearty Brahman stock. The original intention was to produce cattle that could produce economically in the difficult environment of South Texas.
Beefsteak fungus The beefsteak fungus (Fistulina hepatica) is an unusual polyporous bracket fungus that is most commonly seen in Britain, but can be found in North America, Australia, and the rest of Europe. It is sometimes called the beefsteak polypore or the ox tongue.
Beehive (ammunition) Beehive is an anti-personnel round fired from an artillery or tank gun, packed full of metal darts, flechettes, which are released when the round bursts over the target. It is so-called because of the 'buzzing' sound the darts make when flying through the air and in the manner of numerous bees around an actual beehive.
Beehive (building) The Beehive is the common name for the Executive Wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings, located at the corner of Molesworth Street and Lambton Quay, Wellington. Credit for the design is usually given to Scottish architect Sir Basil Spence, who made a rough sketch on the back of a dinner napkin in 1964 while dining with Sir Keith Holyoake.
Beehive burner A beehive burner is a large conical steel shell with an opening in the top in which woodwaste is burned. Beehive burners are considered to be a major source of Air pollution and are being phased out in most areas.
Beehive Field Beehive Field is a stadium in New Britain, Connecticut. It is primarily used for baseball and was the home of the New Britain Red Sox (Boston Red Sox AA affiliate) from the time of their move to the city in 1983 until the parent club moved the affiliate to Trenton, NJ for the 1995 season.
Beehive House The Beehive House is one of the two official residences of Brigham Young, an early leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons). The Beehive House gets its name from the Beehive sculpture atop the house.
Beech Beech (Fagus) is a genus of ten species of deciduous trees in the family Fagaceae, native to temperate Europe, Asia, and North America. The leaves are entire or sparsely toothed, from 5-15 cm long and 4-10 cm broad.
Beech Bark Disease Beech bark disease causes significant mortality and defect in American beech (Fagus grandifolia). The disease results when bark, attacked and altered by the beech scale(Cryptococcus fagisuga), is invaded and killed by fungi, primarily Nectria coccinea var.
Beech Bottom Dyke Beech Bottom Dyke, is a massive ditch running across the northern edge of St Albans, Hertfordshire flanked by banks on both sides. It is up to 30 meters wide, and 10 meters deep, and is visible for just under a mile along the northern edge of the city.
Beech Fork River Beech Fork River, or the Beech Fork of the Rolling Fork of the Salt River, begins in eastern Marion County, Kentucky, flows northwest into Washington County, Kentucky where it joins the Chaplin River, and then turns southwest through Nelson County, Kentucky before emptying into the Rolling Fork of the Salt River near Boston, Kentucky.Trails.
Beech Island, South Carolina Beech Island is an unincorporated area of Aiken County, South Carolina, USA. It appears to take its name from Beech Island, a nearby former island that is politically part of Georgia but geographically separated from the rest of Georgia by a river which changed its bed.
Beech on the Run Beech on the Run was a one-off story which continued the story of the disgraced Sunhill police officer Don Beech. After four years in The Bill Beech's web of deciet had finally become unravelled and he was forced to forge a new life in Australia.
Beech-Nut Beech-Nut Nutrition Corporation is a baby food company that in its current form is a wholly owned subsidiary of Milnot Holding Corporation, one of the portfolio of companies owned by the private equity investment firm Madison Dearborn Partners. Milnot Holdings acquired Beech-Nut from Ralcorp Holdings (a spin-off of Ralston Purina) in 1998.
Beechboro Road, Perth Beechboro Road is a north-south road located in the northeastern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia, connecting Morley and Bayswater with areas further north. Until the construction of the nearby section of Tonkin Highway between 1984 and 1992, Beechboro Road was one of northeastern Perth's most important routes.
Beechborough-Greenbrook Beechborough-Greenbrook is a neighbourhood in the city of Toronto. It is located in the former town of York and is bordered by Greenbrook Dr to the North, the CNR rail line to the East, Eglinton Ave W to the South and the rail line to the West.
Beechcraft The Beech Aircraft Corporation, now the Beechcraft Division of Raytheon and soon a unit of Hawker Beechcraft, is a manufacturer of general aviation and military aircraft, ranging from light single engine aircraft to business jets and light military transports. Beech airplanes, called Beechcrafts by the company and their many fans, have a long-standing reputation as being among the best made aircraft available.
Beechcraft 1900 The Beechcraft 1900 Beechliner is a 19-seat, pressurized twin-engine turboprop airplane manufactured by the Beechcraft Division of the Raytheon Company. Commonly used as a regional airliner, it is also found in cargo and corporate operations.
Beechcraft Baron The Beechcraft Baron is a light-medium twin-engine piston aircraft originally developed by Beech Aircraft Corporation and currently manufactured by the Beechcraft Division of Raytheon Aircraft. The Baron is a variant of the Beechcraft Bonanza, and was first introduced in 1961.
Beechcraft Bonanza The Beechcraft Bonanza is one of the most important civil aircraft in aviation history. Introduced in 1947 by The Beech Aircraft Corporation, as of 2007 it is still being produced by the Beechcraft Division of Raytheon Aircraft.
Beechcraft King Air The Beechcraft King Air is a line of twin-turboprop aircraft produced by the Beech Aircraft Corporation (now the Beechcraft Division of Raytheon Aircraft). The King Air has been in continuous production since 1964, the longest production run of any civilian turboprop aircraft.
Beechcraft Model 18 The Beechcraft Model 18, or "Twin Beech", as it was better known, is a 6-11 place, twin-engine, low-wing, conventional-gear aircraft that was manufactured by the Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas. Construction was all-metal semi-monocoque with fabric covered control surfaces.
Beechcraft Musketeer The Beechcraft Musketeer line is a family of single-engine, low-wing, light aircraft that includes the Model 19 Musketeer Sport, the Model 23 Musketeer, Custom and Sundowner, the Model 23-24 Musketeer Super III and the retractable gear Model 24-R Sierra.
Beechcraft Queen Air The Beechcraft Queen Air is a twin engined light aircraft produced by Beechcraft (now Raytheon) in several different versions from the sixties to the seventies. Based upon the Twin Bonanza, with which it shared key components such as wings, engines, and tail surfaces, but featuring a larger fuselage, it served as the basis for the highly successful King Air series of turboprop aircraft.
Beechcraft Twin Bonanza The Beechcraft Model 50 Twin Bonanza was designed as an executive transport for the business market and a utility transport for the United States Army. Superficially it resembles the Beechcraft Travel Air, a twin-engine variant of the Twin Bonanza's smaller namesake, the Bonanza.
Beecher Island Beecher Island is essentially a sandbar located at the mouth of the Arikaree River, a tributary of the North Fork of the Republican River near Wray in Yuma County, Colorado. The site is notable for having been the scene of an 1868 armed conflict between elements of the United States Army and several of the Plains Indian tribes.
Beechholme Beecholme was a former children's home in Fir Tree Road, Banstead, Surrey. It was founded in 1879 as a Residential School for poor children from the slums of Kensington and Chelsea and run under a Village system.
Beechhurst, Queens Beechhurst is a neighborhood in the northern part of the New York City borough of Queens, and is often considered part of Whitestone. Beechhurst is near the East River, north of the Cross Island Parkway and between the approaches to the Throgs Neck Bridge and Whitestone Bridge.
Beechmont Beechmont is a neighborhood in the south end of Louisville, Kentucky. Its modern boundaries are I-264 to the north, Taylor Boulevard to the west, Southern Parkway and Southland Boulevard to the south, and Third Street, Allmond and Louisville Avenues to the east.
Beechupally Beechupally is one of the famous shrines for the god Hanuman (anjaneya swamy). It is located on the banks of Krishna River at about 30 kilometers downstream after Jurala Project in Mahaboob Nagar district, Andhra Pradesh.
Beechview (Pittsburgh) Beechview is a neighborhood on Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's South Hills area. It has a zip code of 15216, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by both the council member for District 4 (South Neighborhoods) and for District 2 (West Neighborhoods).
Beechwood Cemetery Beechwood Cemetery in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada is a 160 acre (647,000 mÂ˛) cemetery designated as a National Historic Site in 2001. A woodland cemetery founded in 1873, it is the largest cemetery in the city of Ottawa.
Beechwood Sacred Heart School Beechwood Sacred Heart School is an independent British day and boarding school for girls aged 11â€“18, with its own integral Preparatory School for boys and girls aged 3â€“11. It is situated in Tunbridge Wells, in Kent.
Beechwood-Brookline (NHSL station) Beechwood-Brookline Station is an interurban rapid transit station on the SEPTA Norristown High Speed Line (Route 100). The station is located at Edgewood and Strathmore Roads in Haverford Township, Pennsylvania.
Beechworth, Victoria Beechworth (, altitude 550 m, population 4000) is a well-preserved historical town located in the north-east of Victoria, Australia, famous for its major growth during the gold rush days of the mid-1850s. Beechworth is part of that broader region know as the Ovens.
Beekeeping Beekeeping (or apiculture, from Latin apis, a bee) is the practice of intentional maintenance of honeybee colonies, commonly in hives, by humans. A beekeeper (or apiarist) may keep bees in order to collect honey and beeswax, or for the purpose of pollinating crops, or to produce bees for sale to other beekeepers.
Beekman Native Plant Arboretum The Beekman Native Plant Arboretum 3 acres (12,000 mÂ˛) features trees, shrubs and herbs from eight zones of the Siskiyou and Cascade mountains in southern Oregon. It is located behind the Beekman Museum House, at 352 East California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon, USA.
Beekman Tower The Beekman Tower (formerly the Panhellenic Tower) is an Art Deco skyscraper situated at the corner of First Avenue and East 49th Street in the Midtown district of the New York City borough of Manhattan. It was designed by John Mead Howells and built from 1927 to 1929.
Beelbangera, New South Wales Beelbangera is a town in the north west of the Riverina and situated about 2 kilometres north-east from Griffith and about 7 kilometres south-west of Yenda. It had a population at the 2001 census of 341 people.
Beeld The Beeld is an Afrikaans language daily newspaper that was launched on 16 September 1974. The Beeld is distributed in five provinces of South Africa: Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, North West and KwaZulu-Natal.
Beeleigh Abbey Beeleigh Abbey in Essex, England was constructed in 1180 for the White Canons, otherwise known as the Norbertine. The order linked the change of the separate life of monks in the 12th century with the retrospective life of the friar, who was considerably more active.
Beeliar (tribe) Beeliar is the name of a now defunct tribe or family group of Noongars, Indigenous Australians from the Southwest corner of Western Australia. Robert Lyon referred to the Beeliar people as one of the five tribes of the Perth metropolitan area, but it is now thought that they may have been a family subgroup of a larger tribe, which Daisy Bates refers to as "Beelgar".
Beelzebub Beelzebub , Baâ€al ZebĂ»b or Baâ€al ZÉ™vĂ»v (Hebrew ×‘×˘×ś ×–×‘×•×‘, with numerous variantsIn addition to Beelzebub, Baâ€al ZebĂ»b, and Baâ€al ZÉ™vĂ»v, (×‘×˘×ś ×–×‘×•×‘), variants include Belzebud, Beezelbub, Beezlebub, Beazlebub, Belzaboul, Beelzeboul, Baalsebul, Baalzebubg, Belzebuth Beelzebuth, and Beelzebus.), appears as the name of a deity worshipped in the Philistine city of Ekron.
Beeman's algorithm Beeman's algorithm is a method for numerically integrating ordinary differential equations, generally position and velocity, which is closely related to verlet integration. It is generally more accurate in both position and velocity than most verlet schemes.
Beemster Beemster is a municipality in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. Also, the Beemster is the first so-called polder in the Netherlands that was extracted from a lake, the water being extracted out of the lake by windmills.
Been Up In The Hills Too Long Been Up In The Hills Too Long is a unreleased and unrecorded song by the popular Australian hard rock band, AC/DC. Bon Scott wrote the song in 1974 when he was with the band Fraternity and was most likely just a test song when Bon Scott first joined the band.
Been without being Been without being is a mystical concept of the Aymara culture. Believed to have originated in part as a means of coping with life under the oppression of Spanish conquistadors, the concept suggests that a person may be physically present locally but in a different place spiritually.
Beenalaght Beenalaght (also known as 'An Seisear' - 'The Six') is an alignment of six standing stones (one of which has fallen), located on a flat pasture in Reanthesure, 0.5 km west of the village of Bween, County Cork, and thought to have originated during the Bronze Age.
Beenleigh, Queensland Beenleigh, was once a separate town built on sugar and home to Australiaâ€™s oldest rum distillery; increasing development in south-east Queensland since the 1980s has seen it enveloped by Brisbane and the Gold Coast. it is now the northernmost town in the Gold Coast Local Government area.
Beep the Meep Beep the Meep is a fictional alien who appeared in the Doctor Who Weekly comic strip based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. The cute and cuddly appearance of Beep the Meep â€” a round, furry biped with large, expressive eyes and long ears â€” belies his true nature as a malevolent, homicidal would-be conqueror and dictator.
Beequeen (band) Beequeen is a collaboration between Dutch musicians Freek Kinkelaar and Frans de Waard, who work primarily in drone and ambient music. They have released material on prominant independent labels such as Korm Plastics, Staalplaat, Ant-Zen, RRRecords, and Mille Plateaux.
Beer Barrel Polka Beer Barrel Polka, also known as Roll Out the Barrel, is a song which became popular world-wide during World War II. The music was originally composed by the Czech musician JaromĂr Vejvoda aka Twinkletoes in 1927.
Beer card The beer card or the 7 of diamonds is a card in the card game of bridge which is given a special importance in popular bridge sub-culture. The "beer card rule" is not an official part of the rules of bridge but it is played commonly in universities and some schools in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.