Bes


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Bes

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

2. See: Bessis.
References in classic literature ?
She made a personal canvass among the white and coloured families in the town of Tuskegee, and got them to agree to give something, like a cake, a chicken, bread, or pies, that could be sold at the festival.
If he still advertised for his son he did not offer rewards for information any more; for, with the muddled lucidity of a mental derangement he had reasoned himself into a conviction as clear as day- light that he had already attained all that could be expected in that way.
You must be Captain Hagberd," he said, with easy assurance.
Captain Hagberd seemed to be trying to find his way out of a cage.
commented young Hagberd, scornfully; "just the thing he would be proud of.
He fancied she was trembling, and it oc- curred to him that she had her part perhaps in that little game that was to be sprung on his old man to-morrow.
And you think he could be brought round to recognise me .
Enough of a sailor to be worth my salt before the mast.
They would find some rich spot, and then turn their backs on it; pick up perhaps a little--enough for a spree--and then be off again, looking for more.
The Minister also requested BES to conduct outreach programme with students and faculty of Broadcast Engineering Institutes.
Almost all of the bonds transferred to the bad bank BES are held by institutional investors.
PTA notified carriers that BES servers won't be allowed to operate in the country citing security reasons.