Beep


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Beep

A slang term for basis point.
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Pitching in beep baseball is all about maintaining a constant cadence with the hitter.
"Squeezing a ball-balanced nose and saying 'beep, beep' is so old hat.
"We applaud CBRE for demonstrating market leadership in energy efficiency and sustainability and for recognizing the value of BEEP education for their staff."
For more information on Christmas Greeting -- After the Beep!, including a more detailed feature list and usage examples, please visit http://www.afterthebeep.com/christmas.
The Beep, which is inspired by Europe's Gruau Microbus, is basically a shortened bus that can seat up to 18 passengers.
While I sat in my home office fighting a rare case of writer's block, my concentration was shattered by the following events that occurred within a five-minute period: the refrigerator beeped--I left the door ajar--the microwave oven beeped--the chicken was done defrosting--the regular oven beeped--it had reached the preset temperature--and the dryer chimed in with some beeps to announce our clothes would wrinkle if we did not remove them soon.
Beep Beep is about a noisy car journey to Granny's House with lovely, catchy sounds.
But could this be due to the fact the beep of a traditional horn is so aggressive?
It certainly beats listening to beep, beep, beep all day on a supermarket check-out.
I tried pushing the reset button on my smoke alarm--it still beeped. I replaced the battery--it continued to beep.
The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of San Francisco is helping commercial real estate professionals statewide learn how to reduce energy consumption through its new BOMA Energy Efficiency Program (BEEP).