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BHBank Holiday (UK)
BHBahrain (ISO 3166 country code)
BHBelo Horizonte (City of Brazil)
BHBelize
BHBounty Hunter (game)
BHBosnia Herzegovina
BHBeverly Hills
BHBlack Hole
BHBehavioral Health
BHBe Happy
BHBlack Hills (South Dakota)
BHBournemouth (postcode, United Kingdom)
BHBüstenhalter (German: Brassiere)
BHBohrium (element 107)
BHBusiness Hours
BHBlack History
BHBasset Hound
BHBlackheart (Capcom/Marvel Character)
BHBloomington Hospital (Bloomington, IN)
BHBackhaul
BHBorehole
BHBuddy Holly
BHBio Hazard (aka Resident Evil in US, video game)
BHBig Head
BHBenny Hinn
BHBraxton-Hicks (contractions)
BHBlockhead
BHBundesheer (Austria, Europe)
BHBloody Hell
BHBlack Head (turkey histomoniasis)
BHBondholder
BHBedford Hills (New York)
BHBill of Health
BHBlue Heeler (dog breed)
BHBoss Hog (band)
BHBumrungrad Hospital (Bangkok, Thailand)
BHBusy Hour
BHButterfly House
BHBlue Hair
BHBaker Hall
BHBadge of Honour (British Red Cross Society)
BHButt Head
BHBritish Heritage (magazine)
BHBeat Happening (indie rock band)
BHBilly Hatcher (video game)
BHBBC Broadcasting House
BHBreatheHeavy.com (Britney Spears fan website)
BHBaruch Hashem (Hebrew: Blessed is God)
BHBlackman-Harris (microwave pulse)
BHBalmoral Hall
BHBinary to Hexadecimal
BHBobby Henderson (founder of Pastafarianism)
BHBlizzhackers (gaming)
BHBinder Head (screw)
BHBoruch Hashem (blessed is god)
BHBridge Hampton
BHBoxed Heart (forest products industry)
BHBath & Hammondsport Railroad Company
BHBad Hank (King of the Hill character)
BHBrinnel Hardness
BHBegleiter Hund (German: Companion Dog)
BHBig Habitat
BHBarossa Health (South Australia)
BHBolt Hole Break (railway defect)
BHBlackhawk Helicopter (UH-60) (Army)
BHBlack Hat
References in periodicals archive ?
The post-1955 Bundesheer standardized on the M1 Garand (Gewehr M-1) and Ml Carbine (Karabiner M-1) while the Oster-reichische Gendarmerie, Bundespolizei and Zoll Wache (border police) took the Ml Carbine and British No.
In 1977 the Steyr-designed Sturmgewehr 77 (AUG) was approved for service with the Bundesheer.
It has not yet been adopted by the Bundesheer but is produced by Hirtenberger Patronenfabrik for export sales.
Around 1925, the Austrian army, the Bundesheer, in cooperation with the commercial ammunition firms of Roth and Hirtenberger, began development of a new rifle cartridge.
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