Definitions for "BEG"
To ask for something with an earnestness proportioned to the belief that it will not be given. Who is that, father? A mendicant, child, Haggard, morose, and unaffable -- wild! See how he glares through the bars of his cell! With Citizen Mendicant all is not well. Why did they put him there, father? Because Obeying his belly he struck at the laws. His belly? Oh, well, he was starving, my boy -- A state in which, doubtless, there's little of joy. No bite had he eaten for days, and his cry Was "Bread!" ever "Bread!" What's the matter with pie? With little to wear, he had nothing to sell; To beg was unlawful -- improper as well. Why didn't he work? He would even have done that, But men said: "Get out!" and the State remarked: "Scat!" I mention these incidents merely to show That the vengeance he took was uncommonly low. Revenge, at the best, is the act of a Siou, But for trifles -- Pray what did bad Mendicant do? Stole two loaves of bread to replenish his lack And tuck out the belly that clung to his back. Is that _all_ father dear? There's little to tell: They sent him to jail, and they'll send him to -- well, The company's better than here we can boast, And there's -- Bread for the needy, dear father? Um -- toast. Atka Mip
To ask earnestly for; to entreat or supplicate for; to beseech.
To ask for as a charity, esp. to ask for habitually or from house to house.
A title of honor in Turkey and in some other parts of the East; a bey.
Bey] A member of a dualistic, heretical sect that arose in Bulgaria in the mid-tenth century and spread beyond Bulgaria into the Byzantine Empire, and from there along the Mediterranean to the south of Western Europe. (Fine, John V.A. Jr. The Late Medieval Balkans, 621)
Keywords:  ning
Keywords:  grin, evil, big
Big evil grin
To take for granted; to assume without proof.
Border Enforcement Grant
Keywords:  belong
begin belong
Keywords:  aces, manual, errors, reason, according
Benefit Error Group. A grouping of benefit errors according to the reason they occurred; processing of each benefit error group is separate from other benefit error groups for the same AU. See: Benefit Errors; ACES User Manual