BITES


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BITESBuildings Industry Transportation Electricity Scenarios (economic energy software)
BITESBiomechanical Interactions in Tissue Engineering and Surgical Repair (medical consortium)
BITESBasic Information Technology Enabling Skills (Department of Education; Australia)
BITESBoard of Information Technology Education Standards
References in classic literature ?
He looked at the thickness of the neck below the hood, but that was too much for him; and a bite near the tail would only make Nag savage.
But he did not grow too proud, and he kept that garden as a mongoose should keep it, with tooth and jump and spring and bite, till never a cobra dared show its head inside the walls.
Most bites are benign, but approximately 10% become significant.
Turns out, many shark species have very different sets of jaws and teeth, which make for a unique bite.