CBAA

AcronymDefinition
CBAACommunity Broadcasting Association of Australia
CBAACalifornia Bail Agents Association (Sacramento, CA, USA)
CBAAConcerned Businessmen's Association of America
CBAACanadian Business Aircraft Association
CBAACollegiate Bass Anglers Association
CBAACommunity Bankers Association of Alabama
CBAACornell Black Alumni Association
CBAAChinese Business Association of Atlanta
CBAACollege of Business Administration and Accountancy (Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines)
CBAACandy Brokers Association of America
CBAACavalry Brigade Air Attack
CBAACavity-Backed Aperture Antenna
CBAACentral Brooklyn Arts Alliance
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We are expecting to continue to grow the commercial side of the Airshow through our partnerships with ADSE and CBAA.
Today, Landmark inheritance in the Northwest continues in independent Baptist churches, the American Baptist Association, Baptist Missionary Association, and to a lesser extent in the CBAA, GARBC, and the Northwest Baptist Convention (NWBC).
We're being bombarded by emails asking why they can't get us through their set-top box,' says Andrew Brine, CBAA vice president of Television.
The report that came out of the review has still not been made public, making it difficult for the CBAA to pre-empt the government's reasoning in its submission to the Senate Committee.
We strive to help our members effectively compete by identifying innovative products and services that enhance profitability and customer relationships," said Scott Latham, president and CEO of CBAA.
This has established a significant level of trust within the Indigenous community (Tolhurst, in CBAA, 2005).
As the only insurer endorsed by the CBAA for insurance products and services, Travelers' endorsed service provider status means that members of the Community Bankers Association of Alabama will be able to take advantage of the Travelers SelectOne([R]) for Community Banks portfolio of products.
It took away any uncertainty,' explains CBAA VP Andrew Brine, who's also Access 31's station manager, 'it's been very difficult broadcasting for years under temporary licenses, only twelve months at a time.
The CBAA is disappointed that Foxtel did not approach it in its quest to provide a CTV channel.
As recommended by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) in 1976 the only way to prevent asbestos-related diseases is to ban its use, the CBAA supports language in a Committee Print before the House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Environment & Hazardous Materials," said Linda Reinstein, Chairperson of the Committee to Ban Asbestos in America.
As the commercial networks become increasingly nationalised,' explains Jan Macarthur, Policy Officer at the CBAA, 'there's much more of a role for Channel 31 in each centre to provide local news and interview programs.