BEAN


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AcronymDefinition
BEANBerkeley Environmental Alumni Network (University of California, Berkeley)
BEANBoston Environmental Ambassadors to the National Park Service (Boston, MA)
BEANBrown Environmental Action Network (Brown University; Providence, RI)
BEANBody Electronics Area Network (vehicles)
BEANBar Employee Appreciation Night
BEANBusiness Executive's Accounting Network
References in classic literature ?
This is the result of my experience in raising beans: Plant the common small white bush bean about the first of June, in rows three feet by eighteen inches apart, being careful to select fresh round and unmixed seed.
The bean, who had prudently stayed behind on the shore, could not but laugh at the event, was unable to stop, and laughed so heartily that she burst.
His mind was full of Master Bean because Master Bean was waiting for him in the outer office; and he lingered on at his desk, after the day's work was done, for the same reason.
"Yes, that's it, Huck -- that's it; though when you're burying it if you say 'Down bean; off wart; come no more to bother me!' it's better.
"Better beans and bacon in peace than cakes and ale in fear."
Daylight cut up generous chunks of bacon and dropped them in the pot of bubbling beans. The moccasins of both men were wet, and this in spite of the intense cold; so when there was no further need for them to leave the oasis of spruce boughs, they took off their moccasins and hung them on short sticks to dry before the fire, turning them about from time to time.
After awhile it seemed to me that my oats came very short; I had the beans, but bran was mixed with them instead of oats, of which there were very few; certainly not more than a quarter of what there should have been.
An old mouse was running in and out over the stone doorstep, carrying peas and beans to her family in the wood.
"Will you eat any of these beans, Cousin Porthos?" said Mme.
Jane escorted them all upstairs, while Miranda watched the cooking of the supper; but Rebecca promptly took the two little girls away from their mother, divested them of their wraps, smoothed their hair, and brought them down to the kitchen to smell the beans.
Phebe stopped rattling her beans from one pan to another, and her eyes were full of pity as they rested on the curly head bent down on Rose's knee, for she saw that the heart under the pretty locket ached with its loss, and the dainty apron was used to dry sadder tears than any she had ever shed.
She attempted the cold beans, thick with grease, but gave them up, and buttered a slice of bread.