BRB

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AcronymDefinition
BRBBe Right Back (chat/slang)
BRBBarbados (ISO Country code)
BRBBrandenburg
BRBBirmingham Royal Ballet
BRBBe Right Back
BRBBenefits Review Board (US Department of Labor)
BRBBrienz Rothorn Bahn (Swiss railway)
BRBBritish Railways Board
BRBBond Review Board (Texas)
BRBBanque de la République du Burundi (Central Bank of Burundi)
BRBBar Room Bar (UK)
BRBBathroom Break (chat)
BRBBig Red Button
BRBBenelux Research Business
BRBBiometric Research Branch
BRBBrigade de Répression du Banditisme (French police)
BRBBuilders Registration Board (AU)
BRBBuckling-Restrained Brace (engineering)
BRBBig Red Balls (gaming)
BRBBrazilian Rainbow Boa (herpetoculture)
BRBButler Rogers Baskett Architects
BRBBright Red Blood (medical)
BRBBenzodiazepine Receptor Binding
BRBBath Room Break
BRBBlue Ridge Broadcasting
BRBBusiness Research Bureau
BRBBlue Ridge Boogie
BRBBusy Rescuing Batman
BRBBlack River Boats
BRBBaseline Review Board (US Navy)
BRBBudget Review Board
BRBBriggs Rainbow Buildings, Inc.
BRBBiweekly Rate Booklet
BRBBase Rate Boundary
BRBBug Review Board
BRBBrittany Rolled Baits
BRBBusiness Reducing Barriers (UK)
BRBBig Red Band
BRBBernard and Audre Rapoport Building (University of Texas, Austin)
BRBBayerische Regionalbahn (German: Bavarian Regional Rail; Bavaria, Germany)
BRBBongibault Rénovation Bâtiment (French building renovation company)
BRBBlack Raid Bulls (French airsoft club)
BRBBatteries de Renseignement de Brigade (French armed forces unit)
BRBBanco Regional de Brasília SA (Brazilian bank)
BRBBuried Ruins of Bacaba (gaming, Outwar Zone)
BRBBaguio Realtors Board (Philippines)
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The data is collected by the Texas Bond Review Board and reflects each entity's debt load as of August 2014.
Between September 2013 and August 2014, local governments in Texas borrowed more than $5 billion, bringing the total local debt statewide to $205 billion, according to the Texas Bond Review Board.
Since 2004, local debt per capita has grown from $2,809 per person to $4,625 per person, a 65 percent jump, according to the Texas Bond Review Board.