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Definition of the adverb bce

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  1. of the period before the Common Era; preferred by some writers who are not Christians
    • example: in 200 BCE
    • alternative spelling: B.C.E.

Alternative definition of the adverb bce


  1. initialism of, before the Common Era
  2. initialism of, before the Christian Era


BCE a.k.a. Bell Canada is a Canadian telecommunications and media company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec. Including its subsidiaries Bell Aliant, Northwestel, Télébec, and NorthernTel, it is the incumbent local exchange carrier for telephone and DSL Internet services in most of Canada east of Manitoba and in the northern territories, and a major competitive local exchange carrier for enterprise customers in the western provinces. Its subsidiary Bell Mobility is one of Canada's "big three" mobile telecommunications providers, while Bell TV providess direct-to-home satellite TV service. Bell Canada's principal competition is Rogers Communications in a majority of its service territory. The company, which serves a total of over 13 million phone lines, is headquartered at the Campus Bell complex in Montreal.


Bce a.k.a. Bryce Canyon Airport is a public airport located four miles north of Bryce Canyon, in Garfield County, Utah, United States. It is owned by Garfield County.


Bce a.k.a. Menyam language: The Bamenyam language is a Grassfields language of Cameroon.

  • also known as Pamenyan, Mengambo, Mamenyan, Bamenyan, Bamenyam Language

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Google previewAll Things Julius Caesar: An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy [2 volumes] (2014)

An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy by Michael Lovano

Siegecraft Suicide Taxation/Tax Farming Trade Treasury Triumphs/Trophies Individuals Aeneas Alexander the Great (356–323 BCE) Ambiorix Antony/Antonius, Marcus ( ca.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Kitchen History (2004)

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

Zimri-Lin, an Iraqi monarch, constructed an icehouse near the Euphrates River in 1700 BCE. As early as 1000 BCE the Chinese cut ice for kitchen use and for preserving melons and fruit in ground caches. At Yongcheng in Shensi Province, ...

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Small photo of Ancient observatory called Zorats Karer or Karahunj, known as Armenian Stonehenge. Prehistoric archaeological megalithic site. Sisian, Syunik Province, Armenia. Late 3rd-mid 1st millennia BCESmall photo of Medieval colonnade from the 12th century BCE. Late afternoon with long shadows. Cloister of a medieval church, warm sunlight and long shadows.Small photo of CATANIA/ITALY - JULY 9, 2017: View of Roman Amphitheater of Catania and Church of San Biagio near Piazza Stesicoro. It was built around 300 BCE.Small photo of Temple of Athena Nike on the Acropolis of Athens, survived & completed in 420 BCE, one of the most famous Ionic buildings in the world, close to the Parthenon, GreeceSmall photo of Ancient observatory called Zorats Karer or Karahunj, known as Armenian Stonehenge. Prehistoric archaeological megalithic site. Sisian, Syunik Province, Armenia. Late 3rd-mid 1st millennia BCE. B&WSmall photo of The Amphiareion of Oropos, situated in the hills 6 km southeast of the fortified port of Oropos, was a sanctuary dedicated in the late 5th century BCE to the hero Amphiaraos/AmphiareionSmall photo of Ruins of the ancient fortified town Glanum near Saint-Remy-de-Provence in South France, founded by a Celto-Ligurian people in the 6th century BCE. It became a Roman city in 27 BCE More...

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