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BEA

(formerly) abbreviation for
(Aeronautics) British European Airways
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When touched with a needle, the bea generally seized the point so firmly, that the whole branc might be shaken.
"Yo soy Bea's" achievement is Bea herself: a dowdy, compassion-inspiring creation with a furrowed forehead, owlish glasses, expansive eyebrows, a brace and dresses the color and design of old shower curtains.
The extent to which the BEA program may provide banks with incentives to increase their investments in CDFIs and lending in distressed communities is difficult to determine, but available evidence GAO reviewed suggests that the program's impact has likely not been significant.
"The BEA WebLogic Communications Platform product family, which includes BEA WebLogic SIP Server and BEA WebLogic Network Gatekeeper, is designed to accelerate the creation and delivery of next-generation, IP-based, multimedia services for telecom network operators," said Mike McHugh, vice president and general manager BEA WebLogic Communications Platform, BEA Systems.
The release of BEA Workshop Studio 3.0 makes BEA the first in the industry to offer Eclipse Tools for the pre-final Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 (EJB3) persistence interface, according to the company.
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The solutions that the alliance partners offer include: managing and monitoring BEA WebLogic Server 9.0 (WLS) in pre-production, deployment, and live production environments while helping to optimize uptime and application performance.
Horrified Lewis grabbed a towel and wrapped it around the wound then lifted Bea's leg and applied pressure to stem the bleeding.
BEA JRockit on the Intel-based server platforms provides customers with the opportunity to take advantage of the superior performance of this Java Virtual Machine jointly optimized for Intel-based servers--by delivering exceptional levels of performance, scalability and reliability for rapid development and deployment of mission-critical applications on Intel-based server platforms.
This article highlights recent improvements and plans for further improvements to each of BEA's major regional economic accounts programs.
Who attends BEA? Everyone with a role in publishing, including agents, authors, booksellers, distributors, editors, illustrators, publicists, publishers and reviewers--even a few book dubs--put in an appearance.
Eighteen months on, BEA, one of the great success stories of the past decade, is profitable as ever and its balance sheet is bulging with $1.6 billion in cash.