beebee

beebee

(ˈbiːbiː)
n
a White mistressa woman of lower rank
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Jehan Kottiyal Hyder from Kerala and Beebee Laisa from Bengaluru left visitors impressed with their Arabic calligraphy.
Participating restaurants include: in Aurora, Gillerson's, Endiro, Beebee, Tredwell Coffee and Altiro; in Wheaton, Burger Social; in Geneva, Cafe Urban and Altiro.
"There is something for everyone at this year's festival," said organiser Professor Helen Beebee, from The University of Manchester.
BeeBee is a sales person for the Sweet Soap and Body Lotion Company.
4 The Beebee collection from Studio Christofle is inspired by Christofle's hallmark bee motif, available in new office pieces and baby tableware.
Writing about similar translation practices in Meiji Japan, Thomas Beebee and Ikuho Amano connect such practices with particular periods in a given literary tradition in which "translation and the importation of foreign material has become crucial to the creation, extension or maintenance of cultural repertoire" (20).
Thomas Beebee maintains that readers come to an epistolary fiction as a third party overhearing the content of a letter whereby they experience "a second-level epistolarity" by assuming the position of the letter's original addressee (9).
This answers Thomas Beebee's fundamental question from his discussion of Nietzsche's skeptical stance about world literature: "[W]hom is world literature consoling, and in what way?" (Beebee 376).
As Thomas Beebee has noted, letters in epistolary fiction are never simply a means to communicate; while directly and often deeply impacting their senders and recipients, they affect and link many parties:
Turtle and Beebee (1941) looked at athletic success and scholarship amongst letter winners, who are athletes that compete at the highest level in college and meet specific participation or performance standards set by the institution, at the State University of Iowa.
Gillespie and Hollis 1996), introduced predators (Gillespie 2001; Beebee and Griffiths 2005), emergent disease (Berger et al.