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BeV

[bev]
(physics)
A billion (109) electronvolts, a unit used in the United States; the international unit is GeV (gigaelectronvolts), which has the same value.

bev

In the lumber industry, abbr. for beveled.
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Bev, speaking at the House of Commons MQ transforming mental health event on Tuesday, called for more NHS beds for mental health patients.
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The electric motor for Chevrolet Bolt BEV has been designed and developed with these objectives in mind.
Bev, who went on holiday to Cornwall after retiring, said: "It's been great and I've loved every minute of being a midwife - it's all I've ever wanted to do.
Bev, who was full-time carer for Lee, who she said was vulnerable due to his learning difficulties, has been left distraught by the double tragedy.
THE MOVE, including founder members Bev and Trevor Burton, whose UK tour has just been extended, and who will also be playing a major festival expected to be announced this week.
Over the course of 2013 to 2015, HEV is set to bridge the technology gap of BEV by having foreign, tech-savvy OEMs play in this sector; until the next period of 2015 to 2020 PHEV development will likely extend that bridge before BEV confidence in the market takes hold.
Earlier this year Bev said Jon, a trainee counsellor, had been her "rock" in her darkest hours when she had contemplated suicide.
Bev has shown great bravery and courage by going public to talk about her experience.
Friends say Bev and her partner Jon McEwan had "been through the mixer" after suffering money troubles in their pub business.
We've been in this trade for 25 years," said Bev who along with Glyn managed the Owain Glyndwr, in Cardiff, for 15 years.
Bev was preceded in death by her husband Don, and daughter, Karen Golomb.