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beedi

Drug slang
A regional term for commercially produced cigarettes from India which may be “enhanced” with marijuana, cocaine, etc.

Occupational medicine
Beedis are manufactured as a cottage industry which exposes workers to high levels of cotinine.

Public health
A type of inexpensive cigarette, commonly—up to 50% of Indian tobacco consumption—smoked in India and South Asia, which consists of flake tobacco rolled in a tendu leaf.
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Mr Beedie, a married dad-oftwo, has been at the 400-pupil school for just under 13 years.
La revisione di Beedie (2009), inoltre, ha un carattere strettamente qualitativo (18), mentre quella di Berdi (2011) fornisce dati quantitativi attraverso l'elaborazione dei risultati degli studi, ma non esplicita l'utilizzo di strumenti di critical appraisal nella valutazione metodologica degli studi inclusi (19).
Beedie CJ, Terry PC, & Lane AM, 2000, The profile of mood states and athletic performance: Two meta-analyses, Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 12:1, 49-68, DOI: 10.
Beedie Capital Partners is the non-real estate investment arm of Beedie Development Group, a private industrial land owner, developer, and landlord in British Columbia.
De esa forma, se observa el caracter inclusivo de ese proceso, sobre todo con vistas a respetar el cumulo de conocimiento popular previo formalmente registrado, que Beedie (2003) considera de gran relevancia para el desarrollo de este tipo de actividad.
Beedie admirably establishes a history of mountaineering tourism in Chapter 3 by reviewing and then combining a classic history of tourism with a classic history of mountaineering.
Long-term British resident Jackie Beedie, 58, said banning those over-50 would lead to a brain drain.
Eric Gedajlovic is Beedie Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Jeremy Hall is a professor at the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Engineering and Technology Management.
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Both Kinew, who at press time had indicated he was considering a run for AFN top job, and Mark Selman of Simon Fraser University's Beedie School of Business, director, EMBA for Aboriginal Business and Leadership, believe that any leader for the AFN would have struggled.
The company also added several leading urban real estate developers and sales agencies to their portfolio including Primetime Communities, Urban Pace, The Beedie Development Group and Aragon Properties.