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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.
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bev

In the lumber industry, abbr. for beveled.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

BEV

(Battery Electric Vehicle) See electric vehicle types.
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Mother-of-one Bev died suddenly at home in Aberfoyle, Perthshire, after completing a damning report for MSPs about the couple's five-year battle with Police Scotland.
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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.
"I looked for the recipe online, because it's not something I've made before," said mum-of-two Bev, who moved to Tywyn 40 years ago from the West Midlands.
In this study, we present a novel bilevel public charging infrastructure location model that maximizes the total captured BEV link flows, considering BEV range limits and SUE principle to capture BEV drivers' route choice behavior in a network with mixed BEV and gasoline vehicles (GVs).
Lisa Maycock, modern matron for community and antenatal midwifery, said: "I'm really sad to see Bev retire.