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Be

 
chemical symbol, beryllium.

BE

Abbreviation for barium enema.

Be

Symbol for beryllium.

BE

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Education
2. Bachelor of Engineering
3. barium enema
4. bill of exchange
5. Board of Education

BE

Abbreviation for barium enema.

Be

Symbol for beryllium.
References in classic literature ?
Nobody will believe you, Meletus, and I am pretty sure that you do not believe yourself.
And I must remind the audience of my request that they would not make a disturbance if I speak in my accustomed manner:
I wonder now that I did not see how my physician avoided his medicine, but I did not, and I went on to spend myself in an endeavor as vain and senseless as any that pedantry has conceived.
He would think it just, and would try to gain the advantage; but he would not be able.
Whether he would or would not be able, I said, is not to the point.
For if you die I shall not only lose a friend who can never be replaced, but there is another evil: people who do not know you and me will believe that I might have saved you if I had been willing to give money, but that I did not care.
Told her you had sent me to say that, having just recollected a prior engagement of going to Clifton with us tomorrow, you could not have the pleasure of walking with her till Tuesday.
For suppose the correlative of 'the slave' should be said to be 'the man', or the correlative of 'the wing"the bird'; if the attribute 'master' be withdrawn from' the man', the correlation between 'the man' and 'the slave' will cease to exist, for if the man is not a master, the slave is not a slave.
MENO: I am beginning to understand; but I do not as yet take hold of the question as I could wish.
So that in respect to those subject states he has not to take any trouble to gain them over to himself, for the whole of them quickly rally to the state which he has acquired there.
Now I bethink me Thou hast not spoken lately of thy wedding.
But Paley appears never to have contemplated those cases to which the rule of expediency does not apply, in which a people, as well and an individual, must do justice, cost what it may.