BEDS


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AcronymDefinition
BEDSBedfordshire, England
BEDSBasic Educational Data System
BEDSBasic Education Development Strategy (Yemen)
BEDSBachelor of Environmental Design Studies
BEDSBangor English Dramatic Society (UK)
BEDSBachelor of Education Studies (college program)
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I do not know what was in my bed, but I had something hard under me, and am all over black and blue.
I told him I would, and I went into my chamber and fetched him a little private drawer, where I had about six guineas more, and some silver, and threw it all down upon the bed, and told him there was all my wealth, honestly to a shilling.
Beds, then, are of three kinds, and there are three artists who superintend them: God, the maker of the bed, and the painter?
She started up in bed as the next possibility occurred to her.
Some of these formations, which are represented in England by thin beds, are thousands of feet in thickness on the Continent.
For a time the two men talked of the raising of the bed and then they talked of other things.
And I lie so composedly, Now in my bed,(Knowing her love) That you fancy me dead -- And I rest so contentedly, Now in my bed,(With her love at my breast) That you fancy me dead -- That you shudder to look at me, Thinking me dead: --
He was very happy in the large, warm bed, with those soft arms about him.
In the first row, and among those who were most bent over the bed, four were noticeable, who, from their gray cagoule , a sort of cassock, were recognizable as attached to some devout sisterhood.
Soon the night nursery was in darkness, but for the glimmer from the night-light, and very still save when the door creaked as a man peered in at the little figure on the bed. However softly I opened the door, an inch at a time, his bright eyes turned to me at once, and he always made the face which means, "What a tremendous adventure!"
The hard, narrow, wretched, rickety bed of Don Quixote stood first in the middle of this star-lit stable, and close beside it Sancho made his, which merely consisted of a rush mat and a blanket that looked as if it was of threadbare canvas rather than of wool.
No man prefers to sleep two in a bed. In fact, you would a good deal rather not sleep with your own brother.