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  • abbreviation for "black English vernacular" noun  ☝️ Source: Unknown

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    • List of U.S. state beverages This is a list of state beverages as designated by the various states of the United States. The first known usage of declaring a specific beverage a "state beverage" within the US began in 1965 with Ohio designating tomato juice as their official beverage. The most popular choice for state beverage designation is milk with 22 out of the 30 entities making milk their official beverage, while Rhode Island chose coffee-flavored milk. Alabama is the only U.S. state to have an alcoholic beverage as its state beverage.
    • Bev Bev may refer to:Bev, a list of people and fictional characters with the unisex given name Bevs, slang for beverages, generally implying beer or other alcoholic drinks
    • Bev (given name) Bev is a unisex given name, usually a short form (hypocorism) of Beverly or Beverley. It may refer to:
    • Beverly (name) Beverly or Beverley is a given name that was at one time commonly a masculine given name but is now almost exclusively a feminine name. It is derived from an English surname, which was in turn taken from the place name Beverley. The place name derives from Old English, combining befer (beaver) and leah (clearing).
    • Beverly D'Angelo Beverly Heather D'Angelo is an American actress and singer who starred as Ellen Griswold in the National Lampoon's Vacation films (1983–2015). She has appeared in over 60 films and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her role as Patsy Cline in Coal Miner's Daughter (1980), and for an Emmy Award for her role as Stella Kowalski in the TV film A Streetcar Named Desire (1984). D'Angelo's other film roles include Sheila Franklin in Hair (1979) and Doris Vinyard in American History X (1998).
    • Beverly Roberts Beverly Louise Roberts was an American film and stage actress of the 1930s, as well as a singer and painter. She worked as business executive in the entertainment industry through the 1970s.
    • Bev Francis Beverley "Bev" Francis is an Australian gym owner and retired professional bodybuilder, powerlifter, and national shot put champion.
    • Beverly Bivens Beverly (Bev) Ann Bivens is the former lead singer with the American West Coast folk rock group We Five from 1965 to 1967. After her marriage to jazz musician Fred Marshall and the break-up of We Five, she sang for a while with the experimental Light Sound Dimension, but, by the late 1960s had largely left the music scene. After many years of relative seclusion, she sang at the opening of an exhibition in San Francisco in 2009. Her son is the saxophonist Joshi Marshall.
    • Bev Plocki Beverly "Bev" Jean Plocki is an American gymnastics coach, and the current coach of the Michigan Wolverines women's gymnastics team. In 30 years as the head coach at Michigan, her teams have a record of 772–257–4 and have won 24 Big Ten Conference championships, and advanced to 23 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, including 16 straight NCAA championship tournaments from 1993 to 2008.
    • Beverly Wolff Beverly Wolff was an American mezzo-soprano who had an active career in concerts and operas from the early 1950s to the early 1980s. She performed a broad repertoire which encompassed operatic and concert works in many languages and from a variety of musical periods. She was a champion of new works, notably premiering compositions by Leonard Bernstein, Gian Carlo Menotti, Douglas Moore, and Ned Rorem among other American composers. She also performed in a number of rarely heard baroque operas by George Frideric Handel with the New York City Opera (NYCO), the Handel Society of New York, and at the Kennedy Center Handel Festivals.
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