BEITA

AcronymDefinition
BEITABusiness Equipment and Information Technology Association
BEITABureau of Enterprise Information Technology and Applications (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources)
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It is rumoured that BEITA are looking into starting specialised microfilm shows on a small regional basis.
Un primer muestreo se realizo en 2006-2007 (Beita 2008) al muestrear a todos los animales mayores de 6 meses de edad.
Anthropology of Waiting: The Case of Zera Beita Israel (The Falasmura) in the Transition Camp in Gondar" (master's thesis, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2006) [Hebrew].
Beiter is to be derived from Old Norse beita, one of the figurative meanings of which was to 'cause to bite (into the wind)', that is, to tack or luff in sailing (reflected in later English 'to beat to windward').
Israeli soldiers take up their position during a military operation in the West Bank village of Beita near Nablus.
Israeli forces also detained the mayors of the West Bank towns of Nablus, Qalqiliya and Beita, as well as at least one former cabinet minister and several sitting members of the Palestinian legislature.
Cerca de esa misma fecha, mientras Pedro Calderon se ocupaba en la fundacion del poblado de Buenos Aires, lograba percatarse de que no estaba solo en dichos territorios, pues recien se radicaba en Volcan de Buenos Aires la familia de Pedro Beita, tambien procedente de Chiriqui; parentela numerosa que hasta el dia de hoy se dedica a la cria de ganado en ese lugar.
Troops also entered the villages of Tel and Beita, and the Al Arroub refugee camp, the army said.
Pablo Beita, a Costa Rican rancher from Volcan, knows the river he was born near because he used to swim in its clear and enlivening current with pigs.
The uncontested opinion that three women may exercise their option to say the zimmun if one or two men eat with them - three men would have their own obligation to say the zimmun - is noted in Halikhot Beita, a comprehensive discussion of halakhot related to women that Kaufman quotes regularly.
"Our modern history includes the massacres at Deir Yassin, Duweimeh, Kufr Qassem, Telalza'tar, Karantina, Sabra, Shatila and Beita," said Naseer Aruri, political science professor at Southeastern Massachusetts University.