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Beale

Dorothea. 1831--1906, British schoolmistress, a champion of women's education and suffrage. As principal of Cheltenham Ladies' College (1858--1906) she introduced important reforms
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Utter confusion exists among the historians of this animal (sperm whale), says Surgeon Beale, A.
The Hyla is the little green tree frog, and Beale has founded some of his views on protoplasm upon the appearancer, of its nerve cells.
He strained his hearing; and all the time Beale, the third engineer, with his arms uplifted, held between the palms of his hands the rim of a little black wheel projecting at the side of a big copper pipe.
Breaking the Beale Code" follows the Treasure Hunters Club as they search for an ancient and rich treasure of history.
Richard Beale has been handed a key role by Alex McLeish - and he doesn't intend to let him down.
Nationwide chief executive Graham Beale claimed banks were "motivated to take risks" and "do what they want".
Mr Garner will replace Graham Beale, who announced his intention to leave Nationwide earlier this year, next spring.
KURTLEY BEALE has come to embody Michael Cheika's Wallabies revolution and has now been backed to typify Australia's bid for future greatness.
Beale Air Force Base during the Cold War, Images of America, by James B.
Lucy Beale hit a clubber with the missile after she was pushed over at the Rainbow nightspot in Digbeth.
And U21s boss Michael Beale has hailed the impact of the Brazilian, as he passes on his experiences of an eight-year career with the Reds.