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BEN

Abbreviation for:
Balkan endemic nephropathy
benzene
Birmingham East and North PCT (Medspeak-UK)
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The company was founded in 1871 by Ben Shaw himself, who used the family shire horses Bonny, Blossom, Cherry and Dick to deliver his soft drinks by cart.
In the meantime, Ben, who'd been in and out of hospital with respiratory ns, was seeing a tant every six months ospital in his home wn of Doncaster.
Ben and his date, Stacey Phillips, a developmentally challenged young woman, were already inside when Nick and his date, Ashley Mee, arrived.
At Ben Shemen one ritual came on the heels of another.
Mr Crosby said, 'From what I have learned on the island I am certain that Ben is alive.
Ben nodded affirmatively, but hoped he had not made any kind of egregious error.
Summers and Pebworth explore another key feature of Ben Jonson's plots: the intense contest over priority that undermines his swindlers' tenuous and volatile alliances.
Also, the variants might be more or less suited for specific anti-ice jobs, Ben says.
Ben speaks with knowledge of the retail markets, as one of the founders of New Spectrum and now a principal and executive vice president under its reincarnation as Newmark New Spectrum.
All of the above was nothing, however, compared with the questions that Ben would dare to ask in my class.
It is appropriate indeed that Ben introduces the reader/audience to Naylor's male subjects.