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BEI

Abbreviation for butanol-extractable iodine.
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The fifth and sixth chapters present a detailed analysis of the critical period of the 1840s that witnessed Ahmad Bey's abolition of the slave trade and the institution of slavery itself.
The sixth and seventh chapters deal with the bey's legal interpretations for abolishing slavery in Tunisia and the resistance he faced from members of the ulama (Islamic religious leaders) as well as wealthy slave owners (many of whom were from his close family).
For readers familiar with the wider Ottoman world of the nineteenth century, it might have been more fruitful to place the reforming zeal of Ahmad Bey in the context of his earlier Egyptian counterpart, Muhammad Ali Pasha, as well as the early Tanzimat reforms of the 1840s.
Bey had run for mayor of Oakland in 1994, opening himself to scrutiny.
Here is a sample passage from Peele: "Yes, Bey was a racist, an anti-Semite; he went on television every week and said some crazy things.
When Bey died in 2003, Bailey wrote the obituary for the Tribune.
Bailey wasn't alone in stepping lightly around the Bey family.
Almost a year after the murder, journalists from the Chauncey Bailey Project obtained the secretly recorded police video of Bey IV "laughing about and mocking Bailey's murder." The journalists posted the video, which raised a question about why law enforcement authorities had not held Bey accountable for ordering the murder.
Yusuf Bey IV, the 22-year-old leader of Your Black Muslim Bakery, whispered to his buddies that he kept the gun used to kill Bailey in his closet after the attack and bragged of playing "hella dumb" when investigators asked him about the shooting.
Clowning for his pals, Bey IV jerked back his head to mimic a shotgun blast to the face, saying "Pow, pow!
Bey IV wasn't in jail in connection with Bailey's murder.
"We have brought a searchlight down on the bakery and the Bey family.