beth. the patron deity of music, dancing, and children, represented as a hairy dwarf having a tail and wearing a lion’s skin. Bachelor of Engineering Science. Historical Examples The Ancient Allan H. Rider Haggard Two Little Confederates Thomas Nelson Page Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States Various Molly Brown’s Orchard […]
a plate protecting an open area, as at the elbow or armpit.
a city in and the capital of Doubs, in E France: Roman ruins. a river in E France, flowing into the Saône River. About 260 miles (420 km) long. a department in E France. 2031 sq. mi. (5260 sq. km). Capital: Besançon. Historical Examples The Quadroon Mayne Reid The Quadroon Mayne Reid The Hunters’ Feast […]
bezant. Annie (Wood) 1847–1933, English theosophist. Sir Walter, 1836–1901, English novelist. Historical Examples Annie Besant Annie Besant Flowers of Freethought George W. Foote Reincarnation Th. Pascal Prisoner for Blasphemy G. W. [George William] Foote H. P. Blavatsky Alice Leighton Cleather H. P. Blavatsky Alice Leighton Cleather H. P. Blavatsky Alice Leighton Cleather H. P. Blavatsky […]