an alloy of copper and tin that contains a high proportion (at least 20 per cent) of tin: used for bell founding
- Bell burnell
bell burnell Bell Burnell (běl’ bûr’něl’) British astronomer. In 1967, working with astronomer Antony Hewish, she discovered the first pulsar.
- Bell communications research, inc
bell communications research, inc (Bellcore) The research laboratory for the seven regional Bell Telephone companies in the USA that were created by the divestiture of AT&T in 1984. It can be compared to Bell Laboratories, for which many Bellcore employees used to work. Currently jointly owned by the seven baby bells (as they are called), […]
- Bell-hanger’s bit
a bit for drilling small holes through studs or the like.
- Bell laboratories
bell laboratories One of AT&T’s research sites, in Murray Hill, New Jersey, USA. It was the birthplace of the transistor, Unix, C and C++ and the current home of research on Plan 9 and ODE. AT&T Research (http://research.att.com/). (ftp://ftp.research.att.com/). netlib sources (ftp://netlib.att.com). (1994-11-17)