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BEN

Abbreviation for:
Balkan endemic nephropathy
benzene
Birmingham East and North PCT (Medspeak-UK)
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Another reason for the text's emphasis on prosopography over analysis is that Benes limits the historiographic reach of his study to an application of works by Peter Burke and Carl von Sydow, both of whom analyzed popular culture in an era before the concept faced new challenges starting in the 1990s.
Benes: Yes, they will, because the global trend to include environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in investment decisions on an analytical basis is expanding very rapidly, and soon will no doubt become big in Japan as well.
"Once you move in-house you wear a lot of different hats," Benes adds, and in-house attorneys "no longer are operating in a legal vacuum."
The Benes network consists of back-to-back butterflies.
Benes and his colleagues from Purdue and Adobe Systems Inc.
This virtual world is also similar to Capture region environment described in (Benes, 2011).
(8) During the 1976 campaign, Jimmy Carter appointed a Cuban exile, Miami's Bernardo Benes, as Florida Director of Hispanic Affairs.
Benes is part of the firm Gold, Stewart, Kravatz, Benes & Stone, LLC, where he represents many high-profile clients including celebrities, a publishing company, and several businesspeople.
Thomas Benes, director of the Navy's expeditionary warfare division, said there is a need for boats that are larger than the riverine units' 40-foot boats but smaller than the 400-foot littoral combat ship.
Flower girls were Amelia Brooke Benes, Charlotte Goodner Walthall, and Helen Dade Walthall of Birmingham, Alabama, and Mary Jane McConnell of Montgomery, Alabama.
8 ...And in the same year where did Eduard Benes succeeded Masaryk as president?
In which sitcom did Julia Louis-Dreyfus play Elaine Benes?