BEARS


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BEARSBrown Electronic Article Review Service (moral and political philosophy; Brown University; Providence, RI)
BEARSBehavioral Education and Research Services, Inc. (Orlando, FL)
BEARSBonds Enabling Annual Retirement Savings
BEARSBoeing Employees Amateur Radio Society
BEARSBerkeley Experiments with Accelerated Radioactive Species (Lawrence Berkeley Labs)
BEARSBuilding Energetic Alumni Resources for Students (Ohio Northern University; Ada, OH)
BEARSBatch Error Analysis Reporting System (Sprint)
BEARSBudget Entry and Reporting System (Virginia)
References in classic literature ?
Neither can we see the cruel bears, for they also eat the fruit.
The Mandans call it the ahsahta, a name much better than the clumsy appellation which it generally bears. It is of the size of a small elk, or large deer, and of a dun color, excepting the belly and round the tail, where it is white.
BUT never was a fight managed so hardily, and in such a surprising manner as that which followed between Friday and the bear, which gave us all, though at first we were surprised and afraid for him, the greatest diversion imaginable.
The bears seemed unusually troublesome and determined that time, and as we clambered slowly upward beyond the highest point to which we had previously attained, the cold became infinitely more intense.
How could the soil thy father eared so long Endure to bear in silence such a wrong?
"And as to the prize, sire," quoth Sir Nigel, "I am sure that I speak for all when I say this French knight hath our leave to bear it away with him if he can fairly win it."
His mind was running upon bears and boars, when, in the process of draining his glass to the bottom, he raised his eyes, and saw, for the first time and with unbounded astonishment, that he was not alone.
'IF that's the case,' said the bear, 'I should very much like to see his royal palace; come, take me thither.'
The killing of a polar bear is very dangerous, but thrice dangerous is it, and three times thrice, to kill a mother bear with her cubs.
"It will be some five or ten minutes," said the Showman, "before I shall want a fresh Bear, and it looks to me as if prices would fall during that time.
With all his knowledge and bravery General Guph did not know that the steady glare from the bear eyes was reading his inmost thoughts as surely as if they had been put into words.
It happened she had once had a big blue bear for a pet; but the bear choked to death on a fishbone one day, and she loved it so dearly that Dyna made a rug of its skin, leaving the head and four paws on the hide.