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Beine is a commune in the Yonne department in Burgundy in north-central France.

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Google previewLibrary of Universal Knowledge (1880)

A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and London Edition of Chambers' Encyclopaedia, with Copious Additions by American Editors

FI'BEINE is an organic compound, occurring both in animals and plants. In its chemical composition it closely resembles albumen and caseine, aud it was until recently believed that these three substances possessed a common radical, ...

Google previewThe Standard Encyclopedia: an Abridged Library and Universal Reference Book (1896)

With Maps, Illustrations, and Pronunciation by Charles Morris

The Beine is a very long but not very wide net, one side of which is loaded with pieces of lead, and consequently sinks ; the other, or upper, is buoyed with, pieces of cork, and consequently is kept up to the surface. Seines are sometimes as ...

Google previewFocalóir Gaoidhilge-sax-bhéarla Or an Irish-English Dictionary. ... (1768)

by John O'Brien

Beine, a champion ...

Google previewA Compleat English Dictionary Oder Vollständig Englisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch, Anfänglich Von --- Hrsg. U. Verb. Von Anton Ernst Klausing. Etc. 4. Aufl (1771)

To Böne, desser, exossare, die Beine völl etwas herausnehmen. Böned, desosé, daraus die Beine genomMoll, ...

Google previewStokes' Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians (1909)

Covering the Entire Period of Musical History from the Earliest Times to the Season of 1908-09 by Leander Jan Bekker

Beine de Chypre. J. F. F. E. Halevy's five-act opera, to book by Saint-Georges, was first performed Dec. 22, 1846, at the Paris Opera. Beine de Saba. Charles F. Gounod's four-act opera, to book by Barbier and Carre , ...

Google previewImproved pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1870)

by Noah Webster

Beine, n. water impregnated with salt, the ocean, tears. Beine'pan, ) n. a pit of salt wa- Beine'pit, ) ter for evaporation. Being (brought), ir. v. a. to hear to or nearer, to fetch, to reduce to any state, to induce, to conduct or drive. BeIn'isn, a. having ...

Google previewThe Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy. (Two volume set) (2010)

by Kenneth A. Reinert, Ramkishen S. Rajan, Amy Joycelyn Glass, Lewis S. Davis

Beine et al. (2003), for example, find that China and India benefit from current levels of emigration of college-educated individuals and would benefit even more if outflows weretorise.Attheotherextreme,Guyana,Haiti,and Jamaica, which have ...

Google previewAn Irish-English Dictionary, Containing Upwards of Twenty Thousand Words that Never Appeared in Any Former Irish Lexicon: with Copious Quotations from the Most Esteemed Ancient and Modern Writers, to Elucidate the Meaning of Obscure Words and Numerous Comparisons ... ; to which is Annexed, a Compendious Irish Grammar. By Edward O'Reilly (1821)

a banker béjne, beine, ...

Google previewA Pentaglot Dictionary of the Terms Employed in Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology... (1845)

by Shirley Palmer

— ossa cuneiformia, G, — keil- beine, die keufdrmigen beine, G. — forming part of the second tarsal row, and occupying the anterior and internal region of tne foot.

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Scrabble value of B3E1I1N1E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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