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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Beebe, (Charles) William 1877-1962. American naturalist, explorer, and author whose numerous expeditions include a record oceanic descent in a bathysphere he helped design (1934).

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  • BEEBE - Beebe Shepherds Center, a nonprofit senioradult program in Beebe, was awarded a $100 grant from the Arkansas conference of "Peace With Justice."

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  • REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT TO THE BEEBE COMMUNITY Beebe School District Building Beebe, Arkansas

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  • AARP Driving Class BEEBE - Arkansas State University at Beebe will sponsor an AARP Defensive Driver Safety Course from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Arkansas Democrat-Gazette stories

  • To Beebe or not to Beebe, that is the Demiurge Brobdignag question.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Fast Forward 2 - Lou Anders

  • Some of the pilots in Air Group 5 called Beebe “the greatest of the ‘follow me, boys!’”

    First Man

  • Dodds declined comment, and Bailey and Hargis called Beebe's status a private "personnel" matter.

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  • The state House GOP leader called Beebe "AWOL" on the health care debate.

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  • Injecting a bit of history, that land was earlier known as Beebe's Woods, a part of the Beebe farm.

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  • Unhappiness about cuts in school services is popping up increasingly across the state - which gives people such as Beebe hope that such sentiment will coalesce into support for reform in the funding system and for more spending.

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  • Primarily by being in this article written by Beebe, which is headlined "Wendt in the middle of casino battle:

    Buffalo Pundit

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