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beaty

(ˈbiːtɪ)
adj
informal (of music) having a strong rhythm: funky, beaty rock tracks.
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Kaufman's first interaction with Beaty--creator of the widely toured, Obie-winning monologue Emergency and last season's Off-Broadway solo piece Through the Night--was reading the younger artist's first draft of Tallest Tree, which he received last year via the playwright-support organization New Dramatists, where Beaty is in residence.
We can't find employees who can accept wages in the southeast Arkansas economy," was the blunt comment of Howard Beaty Jr.
GREAT PERFORMANCE: Gavin Beaty with Murphy who won a championship
Paul Sharrock, assistant headteacher and head of rugby at Honley High School, praised Meltham All Blacks and Huddersfield Giants development officer Steve Beaty who have helped coach Honley to success.
Mark Duncan Beaty, of Bowman Drive, had been told both verbally and in writing that he was breaking the law trading as MDB Auto Company in Priestpopple, Hexham, over a year ago.
Beaty held that the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners' preference for Christian prayers violates the constitutional separation of church and state.
of Tennessee--Campbell Clinic) and Beaty (orthopaedic surgery, U.
PHILADELPHIA A Freedom Repertory Theater presentation of a play in one act written and performed by Daniel Beaty.
I cook once in awhile,'' said Beaty, 47, of Simi Valley, preparing for a photo shoot at his North Hollywood station.
She received the prize from Richard Beaty, national head of Beachcroft Wansbroughs' professional risks group at a special lunch in her honour.
Terrified Beaty Wood, 86, suffered a broken rib after she was punched and knocked to the ground by the teenager who forced her way into her flat.
Beaty of Colorado State University in Fort Collins and their colleagues became the first to insert a bacterial marker gene into Aedes triseriatus.