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BES

Abbreviation for:
back extensor strength, see there
balanced electrolyte solution
Biologics Evaluation Section, see there

BES

1. Back extensor strength, see there.
2. Balanced electrolyte solution.
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It happened overnight and it was a complete shock," said Beth, who works as a part-time healthcare assistant at Calderdale Royal Hospital.
That evening, as the sisters settled down to watch television together in their pyjamas, the doctor called and told Beth she would need to go for an appointment the following week.
Beth the hamster with senior vet Lianne O'Brien, left, and owner Codie Wilkinson <B
All agreed to undergo tests to see if they were a match for Beth.
Through the pages of this book, Beth will lead you on a journey to discover the secrets beyond the wall:
In the wake of David Cameron's Offa's Dyke speech last week ("the line between life and death"), pre-election posturing at its best, it is nevertheless clear that Beth was a trailblazer, highlighting our small nation's unjust deficiencies, including our lack of a Cancer Drugs Fund, in a personal and impassioned way and preempting the furore that is sure to unfold over the coming months.
I wanted the dress with netting and have it longer at the back and shorter at the front as I thought Beth would want to show off her legs, so that was incorporated into the Madonna costume.
As Beth excitedly prepares for the big day, Kirk's self-confidence is lying in a pool on the lino floor.
Beth visited the specialist sixth form college and began her set by performing a cover of Rihanna's Diamonds followed by clap-along song Happy and a cover of Beyonce's XO, finishing with her new single Joker, which features rapper Lil Wayne.
Beth is now been named one of the world's top teens in a list published by reknowned American magazine Time.
With no warning at all, Beth Ward shoves the Reader into an unrecognizable world of misery.