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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 was unacceptable and is why the supplier has agreed to pay PS980,000 to compensate customers directly affected and to benefit consumers through Business Debtline." BES head of regulation and compliance Joel Chapman said: "BES takes customer service and compliance extremely seriously.
The conversation on BES is undetectable for security agencies and hence keeping in view the stringent anti-terrorism policies of incumbent government the decision was made to reduce the vulnerability of any potential mishap that may occur due to misuse of the service.
On 1 August, the suit notes, BES announced that Goldman Sachs had on 23 July sold 4,445,180 shares, reducing its stake to just 1.25%.
However, shareholders and holders of junior debt instruments remained at or were guaranteed by BES.
As shown in Figure 1, the power converters are comprised of the DC/DC buck converter, G-VSC, and BES DC/DC buck-boost converter, respectively.
The anti-apoptotic effect of BES was dependent on the activation of the PI3K/Akt signaling cascade and an increase in brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) production.
Fan explained that these findings suggest that BES may thus be used as a strategy to improve cell survival and prevent cell apoptosis in stem cell-based transplantation therapies.
BES offers a range of financial services worldwide, including personal and corporate banking, and asset and investment management.
RQ1: Do BES and IES differ in request performance during academic cyber consultation with their learning mentor?
However, apart from these baths and the accompanying sauna area, the main highlight of BES is its traditional Roman-Irish bath.
The profit was also affected by a EUR-54.1-million spending on the acquisition of the outstanding stake in life insurer BES Vida.
BES is a member of the Allworld Exhibition Alliance of international trade show organisers, managers and consultants, with a history dating back over 100 years to London in 1895.