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Synonyms for bean

the uppermost part of the body

Synonyms for bean

any of various edible seeds of plants of the family Leguminosae used for food

informal terms for a human head

hit on the head, especially with a pitched baseball

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Combining classic British pub fare with contemporary polish, The Old White Beare has over 40 wines from around the world, a Cask Marque Award winning range of real ales and wonderful gastropub food, all served up within the timbers of an Elizabethan galleon.
Baldock J, Beare M, Curtin D (2011) Modelling measureable pools of carbon in New Zealand soils: A case study.
On May 13, 2014, during his appearance before the Standing Committee of National Defence last May, Beare joined in on the debate about how Canada was living up to protecting its sovereignty, with special emphasis on the Arctic.
Department of Moral Guidance in the Kuwaiti Army Command said in a release the general chief of staff met Lieutenant Beare and his delegation members in his office, discussing bilateral military relations.
Jenni Ferris from Cardiff High School came second, and Hannah Beare from Fitzalan Secondary School, Cardiff came third.
We just thought it would be loads of fun to be honest, the record has been batted around the US for many years now, and we thought it was about time the UK had a go at it," said organiser Stuart Beare.
So he started to pull his finger out," says St Claire's husband and fellow Liverpool Theatre school teacher Michael Beare.
Arbuthnot has taken over the reins from Alan Fleming at the Beare Green stables in Surrey, having successfully applied to Grand National-winning owner Andew Wates for the vacant position when Fleming left at the end of last season.
Electronics designer Beare USA announced on Thursday at CES that it will design, manufacture, and distribute a line of wireless speaker products under the AT&T (NYSE:T) brand name.
The oldest known theatrical production in the British colonies, The Beare and the Cubb, staged at Cowle's Tavern in Pungoteague, Va.
The $7 million, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom unit is listed by Emily Beare of Core Marketing Group.
Work by Ann Beare, Gill Curry, Mike Hatjoullis, Grace Horne, Eileen Summers and Lisa Who is on show from January 12 in the exhibition entitled A Sense Of Place.
The three are also helping the pounds 300,000 appeal of the Sam Beare Hospice in Weybridge, Surrey.
As early as the 1600s, Arctic explorers' first instinct was to shoot the "greate leane white beare," mostly for sport, but sometimes for food (though sailors who ate its vitamin A-rich liver found that their "skinnes peeled off").
The incident in February 2006 occurred while contractor Stephen Beare was carrying out asphalt flooring work at a site in Southampton.