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... Carter continued to provide her hosting skills to BET since leaving Video Soul by segueing to BET’s sister channel, BET On Jazz, to host Jazz Scene, as the new cable channel was ... Her current affiliations with BET or other career activities are unknown ...
... The Deal was a rap music video show on BET that premiered on November 10, 2008 ... on BET UK ...
... Madelyne Woods was a cable television personality on BET throughout the 1990s ... Not long after joining BET, she was anchoring the "BET Newsbriefs", one minute news updates that aired during program breaks ... Over the span of her career at BET, she was assigned to various news / interview shows, including the opportunity to host Video LP as Sherry Carter transitioned ...
More definitions of "bet":
- (verb): Stake on the outcome of an issue.
Example: "I bet $100 on that new horse"
Synonyms: wager, play
- (verb): Have faith or confidence in.
Example: "You can bet on that!"
Synonyms: count, depend, look, calculate, reckon
- (verb): Maintain with or as if with a bet.
Example: "I bet she will be there!"
Famous quotes containing the word bet:
“Peter: Ill bet there isnt a good piggy-back rider in your whole family. I never knew a rich man yet who could piggy-back ride.
Ellie: Youre prejudiced.
Peter: You show me a good piggy-backer and Ill show you a real human. Now you take Abraham Lincoln, for instance. A natural piggy-backer.”
—Robert Riskin (18971955)
“I didnt realize you were an art collector. I thought you just collected corpses. Ill bet you paid plenty for this little piece of sculpture. Shes worth every dollar of it, take it from me. She puts her heart into her work, in fact, her whole body.”
—Ernest Lehman (b. 1920)
“I could draw Bloom County with my nose and pay my cleaning lady to write it, and Id bet I wouldnt lose 10% of my papers over the next twenty years. Such is the nature of comic-strips. Once established, their half-life is usually more than nuclear waste.”
—Berkeley Breathed (b. 1957)