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Bes

1. An ancient Roman unit of area approximately equivalent to 1,682 square meters.

2. See: Bessis.
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This project will also evaluate the effectiveness of the BESS to manage fluctuations in the grid caused by renewable energies.
Bess will see patients at two locations: NYU Langone's Center for Musculoskeletal Care located on East 38th Street, and the Hospital for Joint Diseases Ambulatory Care Center on East 23rd Street in Manhattan.
Porgy and Bess was composed by George Gershwin in 1934 and is based on the Du Bose Heyward novel and play Porgy.
This enables Bess to get help from Bluebird Care, a private company that provides care and support for clients at home.
New Urbanism is not expressly theological; indeed, Bess concedes that most New Urbanists are secular progressives.
The visit came after Butterwick's general nurse Linzi Stafford discovered Bess loved the lambing season, and so devised the surprise with the rest of the nursing team.
Bess is survived by his wife of 38 years, Constance "Connie" C.
Bess continued to write letters to anthropologists and psychiatrists about his hermaphrodite theory.
Crouse's Bess (the beautiful, highly accomplished TsakaneValentine Maswanganyi) and her Porgy ( the magnificent Xolela Sixaba) are real people, and your involvement with them is total.
I think it had to do with the incredible response we got from Porgy and Bess when we toured withit threeyearsago.
CAPE Town Opera bring their acclaimed production of George Gershwin's folk opera Porgy and Bess to Birmingham Hippodrome next week - a city first for this distinguished company.
Labrador-cross Bess had been in the Boak family, of Walkergate, for 11 years when she went missing from their garden.