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Definition of "bering" []

  • Vitus (ˈviːtʊs). 1681–1741, Danish navigator, who explored the N Pacific for the Russians and discovered Bering Island and the Bering Strait (noun)

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Use "bering" in a sentence
  • "And while these tactics are successful at producing a state response, the images of the protest become less and less those of a reasonable person bering harshly treated by unreasonable police and more like over zealous protestors being manhandled by over zealous police."
  • "I do have something to say about this whole insistence I've seen from a lot of quarters on the "land bridge theory," you know that whole thing about how native people in the us are actually immigrants from asia over the bering straits so they dont really have claim to the land, especially lands rich in gold and uranium under dispute w/the US."
  • "Posted in amerindians, asian migration to north america, bering strait, beringia, north sea."
  • "There is a whole lot of crap out there floating around that is totally unfounded and has no bering in any truth anywhere."