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(Biography) the Latin name for (Saint) Bede
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(ˈbi də)

Saint, Bede, Saint.
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Noun1.Baeda - (Roman Catholic Church) English monk and scholar (672-735)Baeda - (Roman Catholic Church) English monk and scholar (672-735)
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
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The drum players (Daman) were artists who contributed a great deal to the cultural wealth of society but were considered inferior and designated as Baeda. Musicians (Baeda and Mon) created and gave life to many folk songs.
Arme d'un detecteur de metaux rudimentaire, l'ingenieur Abou Baeda arpente la frontiere syro-turque sans relache.
"Al Nusra has always been clear about its intentions, they are Salafists and want to set up a caliphate (Islamic state)." Engineer on mission to save refugees from mines AFP/ Khirbet al-Joz, Syria Armed with a basic metal detector, rebel engineer Abu Baeda endlessly scans the border with Turkey on a crusade to save refugees escaping Syria's bloody conflict from limb-tearing landmines.
In places like Al Baeda and Benghazi, I spoke with former soldiers who told horrific tales of being ordered to shoot at fellow citizens.