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BtEBridges to Excellence
BtEBefore the Event (insurance)
BtEBehind the Ear
BtEBritish Troops in Egypt (UK)
BtEBaytex Energy Trust (Canada)
BtEBetter Than Ezra (band)
BtEBorn to Explore (Attention Deficit Disorder)
BtEBetter Than Expected
BtEBiphasic Truncated Exponential
BtEBrake Thermal Efficiency
BtEBaltimore Therapeutic Equipment
BtEBureau of Transport Economics (now Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics; Australia)
BtEBusiness Transformation Executive
BtEBench Test Equipment
BtEBuffalo Trail Elementary (Colorado)
BtEBarrier to Entry
BtEBroadband Terminal Equipment
BtEBest Time Ever
BtEBusiness Technology Essentials (software)
BtEBureau des Temps Élémentaires (French: Office of Elementary Time)
BtEBois dans Tous ses États (French: Wood in All Its States)
BtEBattery Terminal Equipment
BtEB-ISDN Terminal Equipment
BtEBoltzmann's Transport Equation
BtEBase Terminating Equipment (telecommunications base station)
BtEBasse à Tessiture Étendue (French: Extended-Range Bass; musical instrument)
BtEBleached Tar Epoxy Paint
BtEBetter Than Everything (podcast)
BtEBest Technical Estimate
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Here is the place behind the ear. But she is a woman of extraordinary physical powers.
Danglars was one of those men born with a pen behind the ear, and an inkstand in place of a heart.
He rushed at him and dug the knife into the great vein that is behind the ear, crushing the man's head down on the table and stabbing again and again.
The principal fibre traversing its length being split open a convenient distance, and the elastic sides of the aperture pressed apart, the head is inserted between them, the leaf drooping on one side, with its forward half turned jauntily up on the brows, and the remaining part spreading laterally behind the ears.
Deesa sat on Moti Guj's neck and gave him orders, while Moti Guj rooted up the stumps-for he owned a magnificent pair of tusks; or pulled at the end of a rope-for he had a magnificent pair of shoulders-while Deesa kicked him behind the ears and said he was the king of elephants.
Tulliver, desiring her daughter to have a curled crop, "like other folks's children," had had it cut too short in front to be pushed behind the ears; and as it was usually straight an hour after it had been taken out of paper, Maggie was incessantly tossing her head to keep the dark, heavy locks out of her gleaming black eyes,--an action which gave her very much the air of a small Shetland pony.
Explaining how it works, David Raetz, CEO and regional director of Med El, Middle East, said: "The audio processor picks up sound waves, converts them into vibrations and transmits them onto the bone via an advanced adhesive adaptor worn behind the ear. The bone then transfers the vibrations through the skull to the inner ear where they are processed as normal sound.
Technologically Advanced Behind the Ear Hearing Aids
It was alleged by the prosecution, that Clarke, 55, struck the victim to the head, behind the ear, and when he put his arm up to protect himself, his arm was struck a further three or four times.
The implant consists of an external transmitter (worn behind the ear like a hearing aid) and an internal device just under the skin that receives signals from the external components and forwards them along an electrode system in the cochlea to the auditory nerve.
The Bonebridge consists of a magnetic device that is surgically implanted under the skin behind the ear, capturing sound and transmitting signals via electromagnetic waves to the skull and then on to the ear.