BAR

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AcronymDefinition
BARBrowning Automatic Rifle
BARBest Available Rate
BARBureau of Automotive Repair
BARBarrel
BARBarbados
BARBRAIN (Broadband Radio Access for IP-based Networks) Access Router
BARBiblical Archaeology Review
BARBay Area Reporter (San Francisco, CA)
BARBarometer
BARBaruch (book of the Protestant Apocrypha)
BARBritish American Racing (formula 1 racing team)
BARBurn after Reading (movie)
BARBells Are Ringing (musical)
BARBlade and Rose (gaming guild)
BARBritish Archaeological Reports (Archaeopress; UK)
BARBeyond All Recognition
BARBlack Agenda Radio
BARBaritone Saxophone
BARBMDS (Ballistic Missile Defense System) Accountability Report
BARBachelor of Arts in Religion (degree; various locations)
BARBoard of Architectural Review (various locations)
BARBritish Association of Removers
BARBartsow (Amtrak station code; Barstow, CA)
BARBachelor of Architecture
BARBusiness Analysis Reporting
BARBureau of Agricultural Research (Philippines)
BARBroker Archive
BARBritish American Racing
BARBandwidth Allocation Request
BARBackbone Access Router
BARBackward Adaptive Re-Encoding
BARBackup and Recovery
BARBilling Adjustment Request
BARBackup Archive and Restore (software)
BARBudget Amendment Request (various organizations)
BARBase Address Register
BARBilling and Accounts Receivable
BARBurned Area Rehabilitation (US DOI)
BARBangor and Aroostook Railroad
BARBrigade of the American Revolution
BARBureau of Archaeological Research (Florida)
BARBorn Again Rocketeer
BARBiofragmentable Anastomotic Ring (medical device)
BARBeta-2-Adrenoceptor
BARBusiness Analysis Requirements
BARBulk Acoustic Resonator
BARBruto Aanvangsrendement (Dutch: Gross Initial Yield)
BARBroad Area Review
BARBusiness Account Representative
BARBit Aspect Ratio
BARBuilders All Risk (Insurance)
BARBuffer Address Register
BARBright, Alert and Responsive
BARBritish Accreditation Regency
BARBasins At Risk (freshwater research project)
BARBlade Area Ratio
BARBoard of Appeals & Review
BARBeware Alcohol, Run (Alcoholics Anonymous chat slang)
BARBroadcast Advertisers Reports
BARBattery Acquisition Radar
BARBusiness Analysis Review
BARBest All-Around Racer
BARBroadband Aggregation Router (Pannaway Technologies)
BARBuoyancy Air Releases (SCUBA diving)
BARBureau of Aeronautics Representative
BARBusiness Area Representative
BARBid Analysis Report
BARBimonthly Activity Report
BARBarrett Junction, California (earthquake reporting station)
BARBrinsley Animal Rescue (Nottingham, UK)
BARBeep, Alarm, Ring
BARBusiness Assurance Reviews
BARBasic Associate Renewal
BARBusiness Activity Register
BARBackbone Attaching Router
References in classic literature ?
You will not touch the garden either; as to the yard, you may do what you please with it; I should prefer that being altered beyond all recognition.
But, so far as dress can alter a man, the great Cuff was changed beyond all recognition.
The Force Channel 4, Tuesday, 9pm A woman's body, burned beyond all recognition, is found lying in a cornfield.
David Holdsworth has changed us beyond all recognition.
The club itself has changed beyond all recognition in the two and a quarter years I've been here.
The record that Bawden created is a joyful and lasting testament to places that have since changed beyond all recognition, and the inclusion of so many of his Iraqi paintings lend the work an additional timeliness.
The game has changed in terms of remuneration and opportunities for players beyond all recognition over the last nine months.
The recruitment industry has changed beyond all recognition since 1982 when we first opened our doors," she said.
But my kids have absolutely changed my life beyond all recognition, and I'm so incredibly happy and lucky and blessed to have these beautiful, healthy kids who are just hilariously funny and affectionate.
I did start out by enjoying reading the fly-on-the-wall style of this book and the manner in which many key players reacted and coped as the political situation changed beyond all recognition, but towards the end I started to get jaded with the constant 'he said, she said, they did' type of reportage.
However, a lot of festivals in Ireland have been extended from two and three days to four, six or seven days with the end result that it's spoilt them beyond all recognition.