BEN


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BEN

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Benin. The code is used for transactions to and from Beninese bank accounts and for international shipping to Benin. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
References in classic literature ?
"Come, that's wise of you, Ben," said Adam, laughing and relaxing his grasp.
They all returned to their work now; but Wiry Ben, having had the worst in the bodily contest, was bent on retrieving that humiliation by a success in sarcasm.
"Listen, Ben Ali," said John Dolittle, leaning over the side.
"Thunder and Lightning!" Ben Ali muttered--"BIRD-SEED!" Then he looked down into the water again and saw the great fish smelling his other leg.
He was a man of few words, and possibly it was for this reason as much as any that Kadour ben Saden had taken to him, for if there be one thing that an Arab despises it is a talkative man.
"They are waiting for darkness," said Kadour ben Saden.
Ben Bolt, jungle-born and jungle-reared, was to be compelled to sit in the chair in ludicrous and tragic imitation of man-creatures.
Stepping to a near safe distance, he lashed Ben Bolt on the nose.
Ben Weatherstaff passed his hand over his forehead again and gazed as if he could never gaze enough.
"I see you are getting tired and stupid, Ben," said Mrs.
Ben Allen seized the poker, flourished it in a warlike manner above his head, inflicted a savage blow on an imaginary skull, and wound up by saying, in a very expressive manner, that he only wished he could guess; that was all.
Naked but for his leopard skin and his loin cloth, Korak, The Killer, slunk into the shadows at the back of Ali ben Kadin's tent.