BEACON


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AcronymDefinition
BEACONBeach Erosion Authority for Clean Oceans and Nourishment (California)
BEACONBusiness, Economic, and Community Outreach Network (Salisbury University; Salisbury, MD)
BEACONBuilding Eastern Africa Community Network (Nairobi, Kenya)
BEACONBoston Exchange Automated Communication Order-Routing Network (Boston Stock Exchange)
BEACONBecome Employed at Career Online Network (University of Rhode Island)
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Villanueva teaches beacon clinics sponsored by Mammoth Mountaineering Supply in Mammoth Lakes.
Beacon is a stunning accomplishment--and an unlikely one.
But while Carey carefully places Beacon in the contemporary political context, he unfortunately does not point out, as he has done in his subsequent work on Beacon, that Solon His Follie was intended as a veiled assault on Lord Burghley's protege Sir William Fitzwilliam, and could thus be seen as a minor part of the power struggle between Burghley and the earl of Essex.
In some instances, the star being observed is bright enough to serve as its own reference, beacon for making these optical corrections.
Beacon Tower's 79 condominiums were designed by architectural firm Cetra/Ruddy Inc.