Here for some days he lay in pain, though without losing speech or consciousness, and sent for Anselm from bec.
This variety is known as the bec de cane or bear-paw soleret.
The sculptures, however, which adorn the high altar, are relics saved from the destruction of the abbey of bec.
In bec, theology for the first time spoke the language of philosophy.
He suddenly gave up this work, entered the newly founded monastery of bec, and devoted himself to the monastic life.
According to Iablonsky, bec and Beth are of the same meaning.
Through him bec and Caron, two friends of the people, had died six years ago, in the days of the tyrant.
I didn't say nothin' ter you about it, Merriwell, bec'us' I didn't dare.
In the twelfth century the greatest theologian was said to be Anselm, bred a monk in the monastery of bec, in Normandy.
Both species are birds of Africa—the “coral bill” (bec corail) being also a native of the island of Madagascar.