SBE

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AcronymDefinition
SBESmall Business Enterprise
SBEState Board of Education
SBEState Board of Elections
SBESocial, Behavioral, and Economic (Sciences)
SBESmall Business Edition (Microsoft)
SBESubacute Bacterial Endocarditis
SBEState Board of Equalization
SBESociety of Broadcast Engineers
SBESchool of the Built Environment (Edinburgh, Scotland)
SBESeat Belt Extender (various companies)
SBEScreen Based Equipment
SBESolutions Builder Express
SBESbus Buffered Ethernet
SBESmart Basket
SBESound Blaster Emulation
SBESmall Business Edition
SBESingle Bit Error
SBEStandard Base Excess
SBESociety for Business Ethics
SBESingle-Bit Error
SBEStandards Based Education
SBESimple Binary Encoding (computer programming)
SBESelf Breast Exam
SBESea-Bird Electronics, Inc (Bellevue, Washington)
SBEStandard British English (UK)
SBESteve Brown Etc. (radio show)
SBESustainable Built Environments (architecture; Australia)
SBESchool Based Experience (teacher education)
SBESupply Base Engineer (various locations)
SBESmall-Bowel Endoscopy
SBEService-Based Enumeration
SBESingle Base Extension
SBESchool-Based Evaluation
SBESignificant Barrier to Employment (veterans)
SBEStream Buffer Engine
SBEStudent Book Exchange (various schools)
SBESingle Best Estimate
SBEStay Behind Equipment
SBESurface Boundary Exosphere
SBEStrength-Building Exercises
SBESouth By East
SBESingle Byte Extension
SBESporadic Bovine Encephalomyelitis
SBESmall Business Exchange, Inc
SBEStrong Bad E-Mails (cartoon)
SBESatellite Broadcasting Equipment
SBES-Band Exciter
SBESingle Below Elbow (amputation)
SBESimple Boolean Expression
SBEStandby Engines (ships telegraph)
SBESerial Bit Error
SBESynthetic Battlespace Environment (modeling and simulation)
SBESwitchboard Engineer
SBESerikat Buruh Es (Indonesia Ice Workers Union)
SBESolar Beam Experiment
SBESymmetric Bayes Estimation
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All along the route standby engines had been stationed but none of which were needed.
Perkins has rolled out extended warranties for its 4000 Series of engines for primary power and standby engines, confident in their reliability based on nearly 20 years of experience developing and testing the range.
Tenders are invited for work includes of demolition of the existing ozone treatment system, standby engines and generator, and construction of new ultraviolet (uv) disinfection systems, diesel-fueled standby generator, and all associated general, mechanical, electrical and controls modifications