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Bede

Saint, known as the Venerable Bede. ?673--735 ad, English monk, scholar, historian, and theologian, noted for his Latin Ecclesiastical History of the English People (731). Feast day: May 27 or 25

bede

[bēd]
(mining engineering)
A miner's pick.
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With 65 members of staff joining Bede in the past 12 months, the company has invested PS500,000 in a move to a new state-of-the-art HQ at Newcastle Great Park.
The bones had been venerated throughout the Middle Ages as those of Bede.
Thus, Bede interprets the command that Peter receives during his vision of the unclean animals as saying,
Moreover, he accepts Bede's monastic idealism at face value and finds much in it to admire: "Very few historians have ultimately changed a society's whole conception of their past and taught them to see its relevance for the present in a new light, as Bede did.
Bede, however, said the delayed shipments were likely to generate strong revenues in the first quarter of 2002.
Bede was playing the vigorous counter-reformer in correspondence with Lewis.
In "Bede's Commentary on Genesis," we learn that for Bede "the Old Testament is at least equal in value to the new" (IV, 123 and that "God in His Grace elected virtually all souls" (IV, 124).
Bede X-Ray Metrology was founded in 1978 as a spinout company from England's University of Durham.
Bede has launched seven games on the market to date, including Lucky Pot, which has so far attracted more than 25,000 unique players.
Bede Financial Group, on Redcar Road, will send its mascot Red the Squirrel out into the town to invite the community to the party on Friday.
e gents gave up their time to sing in return for donations towards Zoe's Place Children's Hospice, their chosen charity for 2014, which is also one of the charities Richmond Bede villagers support.
Students enrolling at the college were expected to join Bede Company, the 8th Battalion DLI, which had traditionally been made up of volunteers.