Emus are rare in Berwickshire but common in Australia.
What does BEW stand for?
BEW stands for Berwickshire
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We have 15 other meanings of BEW in our Acronym Attic
- Build and Enhance Value Solutions
- Beams-Eye-View Verification
- Baikal Environmental Wave (Irkutsk, Russia)
- Ballistic Eyewear (Canadian Air Force)
- Barrys Electric Workshop (music project)
- Basic Empty Weight (aviation)
- Battlefield Engineering Wing (UK)
- Beira, Mozambique - Beira (Airport Code)
- Bench English Wheel
- Bergische Energie- und Wasser GmbH
- Beth El Women
- Bildungszentrum für Die Entsorgungs und Wasserwirtschaft GmbH (German: Training Center for Waste and Water Management GmbH)
- Birds Eye Wall Ltd (UK)
- Black Eyed White (rodent color)
- Blue-Eyed White (English Angora rabbit)
- Blurred Edge Width
- Board of Economic Warfare
- Bocholter Energie und Wasserversorgung GmbH (German: Bocholt Energy and Water Supply GmbH; Bocholt, Germany)
- Bohai Electronics Week
- Boulder Election Watch (Boulder, CO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The service has operated since 2007, initially as a shared service and, since 2012, on an agency basis with Eildon Housing Association delivering the service to Berwickshire Housing Association and Waverley Housing.
David, of Chirnside, Berwickshire, insists only people with specialist knowledge could have staged the devastating raid.
Allan Simmons, 51, of Berwickshire, put his 30- plus years of Scrabbling to good use, showing he was no "yutz" on his way to "bogart" the title.
But the 1513 Flodden Club in Coldstream, Berwickshire, believe there should be a memorial in their town to Scots who fell, says spokesman James Bell, who has just written a book on the battle.
The accident happened as the man and his brother, described as in their 20s, were walking at St Abbs near Eyemouth, Berwickshire.
He left the family home in Ladykirk, Berwickshire, on horseback to travel to France and Italy.
Corporal Kevin Collum, 29, from Burnmouth, Berwickshire, was on a training exercise in the Gulf with the Royal Logistic Corps when the vehicle he was driving was involved in an accident.