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a gold coin of the Byzantine Empire

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Shares in Bezant were down 8.9% at 0.082 pence in morning trade.
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Mr Bezant admitted FTI Consulting were "unable to trace the source and destination" of some of the businessman's funds.
The long forgotten tape, which resurfaced at a car boot sale in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, was sent to the BBC's 'One Show' who tracked down Bezant and Jeffries, who had lost touch decades ago.
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Michelle Bezant also plays dizzy maid Beth and David Draper appears as a French jockey.
Bezant Resources Plc (AIM: BZT), a UK-based company that explores and develops mineral resources in the Philippines and Tanzania, has announced assay results from the Mankayan Project in the Philippines.
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Mead was a theosophist who broke with Annie Bezant's theosophical organization over a sex scandal.
The most recent previous cycle occurred in 1994-95, when articles suggested that the dollar might lose its status as the unrivaled international reserve currency, that it was in danger of "going the way of sterling, the guilder, the ducat and the bezant." (11) The recent cycle of alarmist articles in the financial media was not hard to predict.
Our historical survey begins with a discussion of the Byzantine gold solidus or bezant introduced by the Emperor Constantine in the fourth century and used as a world currency for the next seven centuries.
In addition to his editorial duties, Henry contributes major articles to each of the three volumes: 'James Aaron Bezant, Garshin's English Friend', 'Garshin in English', and a magisterial survey of the whole field of garshinovedenie, 'Garshin Studies Reviewed'.
Here they all were: the stater, solidus, and aureus, as well as the ducat, bezant, and zecchino.
Professor Ian Craft, from the London Fertility Centre, defended the decision to give 56-year-old Midland mum Lynn Bezant treatment - saying that he was 'delighted' by the news of the birth.
THE fertility pioneer who treated Britain's oldest mother of twins yesterday defended the births and denied 56-year-old Lynn Bezant would be unable to cope.