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beaty

(ˈbiːtɪ)
adj
informal (of music) having a strong rhythm: funky, beaty rock tracks.
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Parker Beaty, 10, is the son of Chandra Bolte and Jack Beaty.
Reflecting on an amazing first 12 months, Bears' chairman Steve Beaty said: "This time last year I was terrified no-one would turn up.
In response to Kicanas, Katelyn Beaty said the consistent ethic remains both prophetic and urgent.
Narlin Beaty, endovascular neurosurgeon at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) said "You don't see injuries like this that survive transport to the hospital very frequently."
The luncheon event hosted by the Vancouver-based Sitka Foundation and the Aga Khan University made special mention of the philanthropic works of mining titans Ross Beaty and Lukas Lundin.
Roger Beaty, Post-Doctoral Fellow in Psychology and lead author of the study, said they based the research on scans of creative people's brains and found they could simultaneously engage separate brain networks that ordinarily don't work together.
"What this shows is that the creative brain is wired differently," said Roger Beaty, a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Psychology and the first author of the study.
But the major collision investigation team has since determined that the vehicle, driven by Danielle Marie Beaty, 27, of Monroe, struck a pole, with speed as a possible factor, Eugene police spokeswoman Melinda McLaughlin said Monday.
While Sage's love interest is described as dark skinned, Beaty's treatment of the secondary antagonists, the darker, foreign Kimisar people, borders on exotic "othering." Beaty toes the line by consistently describing and characterizing the one-dimensional, dark-as-shadows Kimisars as uncivilized, tattooed people with thick, hardened accents.
Halliburton also promoted Lyn Beaty to senior vice president of Finance.