American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river, about 402 km (250 mi) long, of northern India rising in the Himalaya Mountains. It is one of the five rivers of the Punjab that form a major tributary of the Indus River.
“According to legend, on reaching the Hyphasis River today known as the Beas, in Pakistani Punjab, Alexander shed tears of frustration because there were no lands left for him to conquer.”
“Beas'ly temper, sir, the Viscount' ave, 'said the waiter with feeling.”
“It's not as if you're asking Beasley, "Beas", as another tattoo says, to "Beas" a leader.”
“She also claims that Beas was driving while using an electronic communication device, an act that was made illegal in Illinois in 2009.”
“Veloz's daughter Regina Cabrales alleges that Beas negligently operated her vehicle "without keeping a proper and sufficient outlook.”
“Hyphasis: The modern Beas River in northern India, where a mutiny of his men forced Alexander to turn back from his planned invasion of the Ganges valley.”
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“I like the idea of celebrating the Right To Beas Arms!”
“Beas was active, was all over the place, so he was easy to find for all of us," Donovan said.”
“As for Wolves, no doubt they a problem along with the Beas, i might be tempted to blow a Wolf and I do Coyotes if one shws up.”
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