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Be·neš

 (bĕn′ĕsh′), Edvard 1884-1948.
Czechoslovakian politician who was foreign minister (1918-1935) and president (1935-1938) until the German occupation forced him to flee the country. On his return he was again elected president (1946) but resigned after refusing to sign a Communist constitution (1948).

Beneš

(Czech ˈbɛnɛʃ)
n
(Biography) Eduard (ˈeːduart). 1884–1948, Czech statesman; president of Czechoslovakia (1935–38; 1946–48) and of its government in exile (1939–45)

Be•neš

(ˈbɛ nɛʃ)

n.
Eduard, 1884–1948, Czech patriot and statesman: president of Czechoslovakia 1935–38, 1945–48.
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Referencing the large and geographically diverse number of signatories who are deeply concerned about the risks gas infrastructure poses to public health, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Association of Health Boards, Marcia Benes, noted the documented hazards and potential risks of the production, transmission, and burning of fracked gas.
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Borussia Monchengladbach's Laszlo Benes, inevitably referred to as the new Marek Hamsik, is the pick of those and with no standout team in the section we could quite easily see an upset.
Laszlo Benes scored the only goal of the game with a sizzling low drive from 25 meters.
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CEO Daniel Benes, in an interview with the paper's Vaclav Trejbal, said that CEZ is one of the least indebted major energy companies in Europe, and that he is considering some large acquisitions.
CEO Daniel Benes, in an interview with the paper's VA clav Trejbal, said that CEZ is one of the least indebted major energy companies in Europe, and that he is considering some large acquisitions.
The butterfly and Benes networks are important class of multistage direct interconnection networks which are defined based on the schemes that connect the units of a multiprocessing system and needs n stages to connect 2n processors; at each stage a switch is thrown depending on a particular bit in the addresses of the processors being connected.
Prague was concerned that the charter would jeopardise the Benes Decrees that dealt with the status of ethnic Germans, Hungarians and traitors in postwar Czechoslovakia.
Perhaps the most unexpected conclusion of folklorist Peter Benes in this meticulously researched compendium of information on the meetinghouses of New England is that the buildings that served the worship purposes of the predominantly English early settlers to this region were startlingly short-lived.