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AcronymDefinition
BUSBusiness
BUSOmnibus
BUSBank of the United States
BUSBroadcast and Unknown Server (ATM)
BUSBrownsville Urban System (Texas)
BUSBelle Urban System (Racine, Wisconsin)
BUSBeat Up Someone
BUSBlack United Students (colleges)
BUSBachelor of University Studies (degree)
BUSBinary Unit System
BUSBackscatter Ultraviolet Spectrometer
BUSBusiness Unit Sport (Organisational unit of SRG SSR idée suisse)
BUSBartholin, Urethral, and Skene (glands)
BUSBluegrass Ultra-transit Service (Kentucky, USA)
BUSBasic Utility System
BUSBargaining Union Status
BUSBackground Utility System
BUSBartholin, Urethral, Skene (glands)
BUSBaseband Unweighted Signal
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Roy Ashburn, R-Bakersfield, the district was able to spare the bus from the scrap heap.
Another way to reduce the impact of school bus emissions is to reduce idling time.
Imagine that you have eight hundred campers from all over the city, fifty buses, bus drivers, and bus counselors.
Schools would no longer have to field calls from parents wondering when the bus would arrive but could instead direct them to an automated hotline, cutting administrative costs.
While the new bus maintains backward compatibility with existing PCI applications and drivers, lessening the burden on developers, the form factor of the new PCI Express slots differs from the current PCI slots, meaning any end user wishing to utilize a PCI Express card must have a computer equipped to handle the new standard.
It would culminate a decade after the Montgomery bus boycott in federal legislation aimed at guaranteeing equal rights to black Americans, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
9-liter engines deployed in the old bus fleet, the hybrid system allows the engines in the new buses to be 5.
Devices at the front and rear of each bus measured the tracer.
Howlin and Kendall (1991) include the Bus Story along with other common tests used by therapists to assess the language skills of 28 language-disordered children with a mean age of 8;4.
The average small bus is certified by the manufacturer to meet approximately 30 of the 53 federal motor vehicle safety standards covering the body, exhaust, seat belts, and other driver-control systems.
The researchers rode four empty school buses for a total of 20 hours along actual elementary school bus routes in Los Angeles.