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BTBritish Telecommunications
BTBreak
BTBlueTooth (wireless personal area networking technology)
BTNorthern Ireland (postcode, United Kingdom)
BTBitTorrent (file swarming program)
BTBalance Transfer
BTBreakfast Television (Atlantic Canada Newsmagazine)
BTBusiness Transformation
BTBhutan
BTBusiness Times
BTBroader Term (lexicography)
BTBaghdad Time (GMT+0200)
BTBattle Tested (paintball)
BTBasic Training
BTBacillus Thuringiensis
BTBilly Talent (band)
BTBattletech (roleplaying game)
BTBoat Tail
BTBundestag (German Parliament)
BTBoston Terrier (canine breed)
BTBotosani (Romania county)
BTBreak Through
BTBehavior Therapy
BTBlood Test
BTBoard of Trade
BTBerlingske Tidende (Denmark newspaper)
BTBallistic Tip
BTBad Taste (movie)
BTBaronet
BTBooker T (pro wrestler)
BTBankers Trust
BTBlood Transfusion
BTBassa Tensione (Italian: Low Voltage)
BTBaja Tensión (Spanish: Low Voltage)
BTBrown Thomas (Irish department store)
BTBlack Temple (World of Warcraft)
BTBreak Time
BTBaby Talk (magazine)
BTBig Ticket
BTBrian Transeau (DJ/producer/composer)
BTBrain Teaser
BTBlood Type
BTBrachytherapy
BTBlock Type
BTBusiness Telecommunications
BTBrevet de Technicien (French)
BTBandwidth Time (Bluetooth)
BTBiological Terrorism
BTByte This
BTBjørn Tore (Norwegian artist)
BTBit Test
BTBleeding Time (test of blood)
BTBoys Town
BTOverseas Trade (British archival material; Stanford University; Stanford, CA)
BTBolt Thrower (band)
BTBlack Tower (game)
BTBanjo Tooie (video game)
BTBurn-Through
BTBlock Transfer
BTBasic Technology
BTBlack Tiger (shrimp)
BTBegin Text
BTBonton
BTBurn Time
BTBullet Time (game)
BTBismaleimide Triazine (resin used in chips and circuit boards)
BTBurst Tolerance
BTBombay Times (India)
BTBlast Theory (band)
BTBinary Translation
BTBathythermograph
BTBlack Thorn (game)
BTBattletoads (video game)
BTBudget Estimate
BTBest-Of-Two
BTBig Typhoon (CPU cooler)
BTBeta Tau
BTBorderline Tuberculoid (leprosy)
BTBlalock-Taussig Shunt (also seen as B-T)
BTBeginning of Tape
BTBlue Tetrazolium (chemistry)
BTBench Trial
BTBruce Trail (Ontario)
BTBlack Templars (Space Marine Chapter, gaming)
BTBishops' Transcripts
BTBilgisayarli tomografi (Turkish: computerized tomography)
BTBoiler Technician (US Navy Rating)
BTbutorphanol tartrate (nasal spray)
BTBall-Turret Gunner
BTBillion Tonne
BTBaggage Tag
BTBrown Town
BTBamboo Tree
BTBomb Technician
BTBulb Thermometer
BTBlair-Taylor (Wisconsin school district)
BTBloodthirster (gaming)
BTBreak Track
BTBering Time (GMT-1100)
BTBlack Tapestries (webcomic)
BTBattalion Training
BTBreak Transmission
BTBad Temperament (referring to pet personality)
BTBefore Tendulkar (India, sports)
BT(USN Rating) Boiler Technician
BTBeginning of Transmission
BTBasis Traffic
BTBotulism Toxoid
BTBlock Termination
BTBaal T'Shuvah (Jewish religion)
BTBottle Toke
BTBloomington Public Transportation Corporation
BTBanco de los Trabajadores (Guatemalan bank)
BTBathythermal
BTBottom of Tape
BTBuilders Trials
BTBattalion Terminal
BTBehavioral Taxonomy
BTBashkia E Tiranës (Albanian: Tirana municipality)
BTBaron Technology (New Haven, Connecticut)
BTBacterial Translocation
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At this point in the 1980s, art from Bhutan began to make its way abroad.
A person, both of whose parents are citizens of Bhutan,
Omair Ahmad's The Kingdom at the Centre of the World has a plain cover with a watercolour by Doug Patterson of Wangdue Phodrang, a monastery in Bhutan.
While Bhutan was mum on the content of their talks, China's Foreign Ministry said the two sides had discussed forging formal diplomatic ties at an early date and settling border issues in a and expeditious and cooperative manner.
However, the Indian authorities officially said the Indian Oil Corporation which supplied fuel to Bhutan has to discontinue the supply on technical grounds.
Bhutan is often voting differently from India as in the case of the Arms Trade Treaty, Iran, Syria and North Korea, without Indian objections.
Soman Dendup, a teacher from Bhutan who is currently pursuing further studies in the University of Canberra, Australia, send his vote through postal ballot all the way to Bhutan.
After China annexed Tibet, Bhutan stopped sending students to Tibet but continues to send them India.
Then in 2012, Bhutan catapulted to the front page again when its government announced that the small landlocked kingdom nestled between China and India would become the first nation in the world to convert to 100 percent organic farming.
A total of 149 male and female players in eight different weights are from 10 countries of the world comprising Pakistan, Australia, India, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Brunei, and host Nepal are taking part.
Bhutan has chosen the Nissan Leaf for its government fleet and taxis.
Bhutan participates in the South Asia Regional Initiative for Energy Integration (SARI/EI), a program sponsored by the U.
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