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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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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Feb 5 ( ANI ): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has refrained from commenting on its ally Telugu Desam Party (TDP) after the latter, although beset with the Union Budget, ultimately chose to remain in alliance.
The second LNG terminal has been beset by controversy since its inauguration in November by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.
Now his devoted mum Pamela Brankin - beset by ill health and desperate grief since the murder - has been found dead at her Highters Heath home.
BEIRUT: In another weekend beset by postponed games after heavy storms across the Lebanon, Ahli Sidon finally climbed off the bottom of the Lebanese football league table after a 1-0 win over Tadamoun Sour.
Unfortunately, it has become a pawn in power-sharing and is beset by delay.
3 : to cause problems or difficulties for <Doubts beset him.
of South Dakota), both vice-presidents, carefully delineate practical ways the beset, or those who aspire to become beset, can better communicate with a range of difficult personalities.
This, according to a November 2006 Chinese health report, is a main reason why increasing numbers of Chinese people in their 30s are now beset with chronic lung diseases that traditionally have affected mostly elderly people.
SOUTH Liverpool Housing has been praised by the Audit Commission as one of the fastest improving housing associations in the country - two years after a damning report that claimed the landlord had uncertain prospects for improvement and was beset with internal issues and poor customer relations.
Morton's reading with its heavy Yorkshire dialect adds immeasurably to this story of a young man beset with all the usual torment of being 14, made worse by his huge hands.
America's current road transportation system is beset with traffic congestion, unsafe conditions, high costs, political corruption, environmental degradation, pork barrel pet projects and much more.
Beset by declining volumes, rising costs, and shrinking market share, they must concentrate on keeping their high-volume vehicles competitive, and yet also produce niche vehicles that maintain a presence in important markets.