Brooks: We holed up in the bel Air Hotel, where Gene was staying, and we acted all the parts out.
For safekeeping, Cage housed them at his bel Air pad in museum-like glass cases.
Thus spoke Elizabeth Taylor when I was visiting her at her home in bel Air in 1997 for a cover story about her for POZ magazine.
heaven-and-earth god of Babylonian religion, from Akkadian Belu, literally "lord, owner, master," cognate with Hebrew ba'al.
"beautiful," early 14c., from Old French bel, belle "beautiful, fair, fine" (see belle). "Naturalized in ME.; but after 1600 consciously French" [OED].
unit of power level in measuring sound, 1929, named for Scottish-born telephone pioneer Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922).
A unit expressing the relative intensity of a sound, equal to ten decibels.
the Aramaic form of Baal, the national god of the Babylonians (Isa. 46:1; Jer. 50:2; 51:44). It signifies "lord." (See BAAL.)