Beevor

Bee·vor

(bē'vŏr),
Charles E., English neurologist, 1854-1908. See: Beevor sign.
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Beevor, and it was very painful to Lord Grinsell when she did so.
Beevor. It was only an instance that occurred to me.
A Flandrish hat of beevor, bearing in the band the token of Our Lady of Embrun, was drawn low upon the left side to hide that ear which had been partly shorn from his head by a Flemish man-at-arms in a camp broil before Tournay.
Ardennes 1944: Hitler's Last Gamble: Antony Beevor 10.
Meanwhile, British military historian Antony Beevor said neither director has been particularly faithful to a monumental week or so when the direction of the entire war could have turned in Nazi Germany's favor.
A decade ago this shame of the Red Army was highlighted by British historian Antony Beevor in his book Berlin: The Downfall 1945.
Ardennes 1944: Hitler's Last Gamble, Anthony Beevor 4.
I've always been conscious of the anomaly--sharply pointed out by Michael Barber in EWS 44.3 (Winter 2014)--of my challenging Antony Beevor's version of what Robert Laycock and Evelyn Waugh did during the evacuation of Crete.
Non- fiction is also well represented by British historian Antony Beevor and JLF co- director Dalrymple.
In an essay published in the summer 2011 special issue of Le Debat entitled "L'Histoire saisie par la fiction," the British historian Anthony Beevor describes and denounces the proliferation in contemporary culture of fictional works he labels "faction." As Beevor describes them, these works include novels, films, television shows, and other entertainments that take as their subject matter important historical events and offer up provocative mixtures of fact and fiction that all too often not only distort history but in fact revise and falsify it, sometimes deliberately.
The world should read Antony Beevor's Stalingrad - a harrowing journey into the heart of a horrific conflict that happened within living memory.
Otto has never forgotten the warmth, the welcome, the kindness of a man he no longer knows but whose name was Mr Beevor. Mr Beevor's kindness made Otto feel he had come home.