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BEI

Abbreviation for butanol-extractable iodine.

BEI

abbreviation for butanol-extractable iodine.
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The preverbal element bei in short passives, such as the one in (110), is not a passive morpheme; instead, it is a functional category that selects a VP as its complement.
Sur les prochains projets de la BEI en Tunisie, le chef de la representation diplomatique en Tunisie a declare que le fonds va poursuivre ses efforts en matiere de soutien a l'infrastructure et developpement des regions de l'interieur pour qu'elles puissent contribuer a la transition economique et sociale du pays.
lyciu kampas (efektyvus kampas) tarp garso bangos sklidimo krypties bei terpes ribu (Lurton 2010).
According to Valbuena, there are more than 475,000 public school teachers who served as BEIs in over 92,000 polling centers nationwide.
He said with the automated elections, Comelec will only need around 300,000 public school teachers to serve as BEIs.
Located in downtown Beijing, the Gao Bei Dian recycling plant is the largest in China, with capacity to process one million tons of recycled water per day.
Les resultats concrets de ce financement devraient atteindre ou surpasser ceux de la ligne de credit precedente octroyee par la BEI, a la Tunisie en decembre 2012, egalement de 100 millions d'euros.
Lietuvos visuomene iki siol per mazai informuojama apie aplinkos problemas, veiksnius, turincius itakos aplinkai bei jos issaugojimui taikant naujas aplinkos tarsos mazinimo technologijas.
Birute Railiene seminaro dalyviams parode skaidres, kuriose buvo uzfiksuoti statiniai bei interjero detales, skirtos A.
The 2012 BEI shows that a lack of Business English proficiency is threatening the productivity of companies, industries and country-specific economies this year.
Geografiniu informaciniu sistemu (GIS) technologiju pletote bei sia technologiju panaudojimas ivairiems uzdaviniams spresti tapo ne tik paprasta butinybe, bet ir ekonomines bei socialines pazangos salyga (Beconyte 2008).