BURA


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AcronymDefinition
BURABritish Urban Regeneration Association
BURABrunel University Research Archive (London, England, United Kingdom)
BURABuffalo Urban Renewal Agency (Buffalo, NY)
BURABack-Up, Recovery, Archiving
BURABoulder Urban Renewal Authority (Boulder, CO)
BURABend Urban Renewal Agency (Bend, OR)
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The founders of Bura Snow, being in their late 20s themselves when they set up the company, are completely in tune with their typical clientele.
Peugeot driver Mr Bura, of the same address, died of multiple traumatic injuries due to a car crash, Mr Balmain said.
Rural women often sing in their local languages, such as the Bura women singers in Biu Emirate of Borno State who sing in the Bura language.
Downstream from the Kiambere dam, the Bura irrigation project is an unmitigated disaster, the result of remarkably poor planning and institutionalized conflicts of interest.
Every time intolerance and violence wins over life, my soul is tormented and reminds me of Ghalib: Mujeh kya bura tha marna jo yeh aik bar hota.
Over the years it has won much recognition for its work with awards including BURA (British Urban Regeneration Award) and CCPR (Central Council for Physical Regeneration) award.
Two of this second SLM-Unity group that merged with JEM yesterday, Hammad Shatta Rabah, and Sediq Bura Moussa, were close to Charif Harir, a secular Sudanese opponent and a former leading member of the Federal Alliance of Ahmed Diraig.
BURA is an independent organisation which aims to "facilitate the exchange of ideas, experience and solutions within regeneration".
Elsewhere, all the irrigation schemes at Bura, Mwea, Bunyala, Perkerra, Hola, Ahero and West Kano are now fully operational in an effort to enhance production throughout the year.
Ignite is also supporting the BURA (British Urban Regeneration Association) regeneration training programme across the Northern Way.