American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The symbol for the element beryllium.
- n. chemistry Symbol for beryllium.
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“(To God Be All Excellent Praise!!) ~Be strong and courageous.”
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“English "Be" is the verb it seems we most conjugate.”
“I have a right to exist in Be'er Sheeva -- that's where my family is from.”
“While you're playing songs, small black notes with faces on them called Be-Bops appear in the bottom right of the screen and work as a metronome would, steadily keeping the beat.”
“If he is still in captivity, we remind the captors of the saying of our beloved Prophet, [speaks in Arabic], Be merciful to those on earth.”
“Eliada, showing that El (God) was regarded as equivalent to Baal; cf. also the name Be ` aliah, "Yahweh is _baal_ or lord," which survives in 1 Chron. xii.”
“M., that is in Latin Be Silent or Die in initial letters.”
“The road was so precipitous and slippery that Mr. Rassam, who was in front, had some difficulty in reaching the summit; Theodore; seeing his position, advanced, took him by the hand, and said, in Arabic, "Be of good cheer, do not be afraid.”
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