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BET

Abbreviation for:
back electron transfer
benign epithelial tumour
Benefit Evaluation of Direct Coronary Stenting
benign essential tremor
bicycle exercise test
big endothelin
blood exchange transfusion

Clinical trials
Benefit Evaluation of Direct Coronary Stenting. A trial comparing long-term outcomes of direct coronary stenting and of balloon angioplasty followed by stenting.
 
Primary endpoints
MACE and target lesion status at 1.4 years.
 
Conclusion
Direct stenting is similar to stenting with balloon predilatation as a predictor of new target-lesion revascularisation.
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I haue ben beten and scourged for you I haue ben unjustly condampned to deth for you.
But his fear of reprisal, his fear that "for his prymer he shal be shent / And beten thries in an houre" provides clear indication that such dissent can expect to meet with physical retribution, particularly when that dissent is aimed squarely at the unhindered transfer of the community's doctrine through the "prymer.
Ein kurtz andechtiges Betbuchlein/ Teglich zu Beten.
Also, ich fuhlte mich so ahnlich wie ein Jungling im Feuerofen und konnte nur beten dab der Hl.
Smal sendal bisides, a selure hir ouer Of tryed tolouse, of tars tapites innoghe, that were enbrawded and beten wyth the best gemmes that myght be preued of prys wyth penyes to bye, in daye.
For example, she links the syllable -beth in the names of three goddesses (Ambeth, Barbeth, Wilbeth) to the German word beten ("pray").
s diversity"--an Asian ("Takoa Hirata was pulled out of his car and beaten"), a Latino ("Fidel Lopez was not only beten, his genitals were spray painted") and an AFrican-American mother ("Wanda Harris' teenage son was the first person killed in the riots").
57) Similarly, while applied to generally miscreant persons who 'fyght, chide, disquiet, brawle or scolde wt ther neighbors', rather than specifically to vagabonds or beggars, the secondary punishment of whipping was taken verbatim from the 1531 Act: 'ther to be tied to thend of a Carte naked and to be beten wt whippes through out thesame market Towne or other place tyll his or her body be blody by reason of such whippyng' (58) The lines immediately before and after these, which concerned bringing the offender to town for the whipping and sending them home, are also verbatim from the 1531 Act.
Whene Guenore ful gay grayped in pe myddes, Dressed on pe dere des, dubbed al aboute: Smal sendal bisides, a selure hir ouer Of tryed tolouse, of tars tapites innoghe Pat were enbrawded and beten wyth be best gemmes Pat myzt be preued of prys wyth penyes to bye, In daye.