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CBLCommunity Based Learning
CBLChoice Based Lettings (UK housing)
CBLComputer Based Learning
CBLCalculator-Based Laboratory
CBLComposite Block List (spam filtering)
CBLConvective Boundary Layer
CBLCement Bond Log (oil industry)
CBLCentral Bank of Liberia (Monrovia, Liberia)
CBLCiudad Bolivar, Venezuela (Airport Code)
CBLCase Based Learning
CBLCOBOL Source Code (file name extension)
CBLCôte Basque Landes (French rugby club)
CBLCommercial Bill of Lading
CBLCentral Bank of Lesotho
CBLCommon Business Library (Veo Systems, Inc.)
CBLCentral Bank of Libya (est. 1956)
CBLComputer-Based Laboratory
CBLCarbon Based Lifeforms
CBLCommon Business Language (electronic commerce)
CBLClearstream Banking Luxembourg
CBLCome Back Later
CBLCanadian Baseball League
CBLCheck Back Later
CBLContainerized Batch Laundry
CBLCarling Black Label (beer brand)
CBLCercle Bernard Lazare (French: Bernard Lazare Circle; est. 1954)
CBLChesapeake Bay Laboratory
CBLCompagnie Belfort Loisirs (French: Belfort Recreation Society; Belfort, France)
CBLClan Base Live (gaming)
CBLClub des Bactéries Lactiques (French: Lactic Acid Bacteria Club)
CBLCas-Br-M Murine Ecotropic Retroviral Transforming Sequence Homolog
CBLContract Bridge League
CBLCarrelages Bâtiment du Littoral (French: Coastal Building Tiles; Vallauris, France)
CBLCompare Bit Lines (signal)
CBLClub Biblique Lycéen (French: High School Bible Club)
CBLCarrefour du Bois Limousin (French: Crossroads of Wood Limousin; Limousin, France)
CBLCross Border Link
CBLCocoa Butter Lotion
CBLClub Badminton Lucon (Lucon, France)
CBLConfiguration Breakdown List
CBLCurve Bottom Line
CBLCountry Business Leader
CBLCephalic Blood Lacuna
CBLClear Bilaterally
CBLConnective Boundary Layer
CBLConemaugh and Black Lick Railroad Company
CBLConceptual Baseline
CBLClub de Badminton de Liancourt (French: Liancourt Badminton Club; Liancourt, France)
CBLChester Beatty Library (Dublin, Ireland)
CBLConfederatie Bouw Limburg (Dutch: Limburg Construction Confederation; Limburg, Belgium)
CBLComputational Biology Laboratory (various locations)
CBLChemical Biology Laboratory
CBLCape Cod Baseball League (Massachusetts)
CBLCollegiate Baseball League
CBLColor Balance Lens (photography)
CBLConstitution and Bylaws (various organizations)
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When I arrived at CBL, I was desperate," Ms Vachon says.
Obviously, Texas and the Southwest are important markets in terms of population, business activity and technology investment," said Tim Margeson, General Manager, CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc.
This program with UPS ensures a customer's media is sent to us expeditiously with minimal inconvenience and cost to them," says Bill Margeson, CEO, CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc.
CBL is one of the largest and most experienced owners and developers of malls and shopping centers in the country.
The main Kaiserslautern laboratory houses state-of-the art recovery tools internally developed by CBL and clean room facilities.
We believe this investment positions CBL to take advantage of the incredible expansion and development opportunities currently underway in Chinese retail real estate, albeit on a measured and conservative basis.
CBL has made a significant investment in proprietary data recovery technologies and is one of the first companies to develop global processes and standards for this increasingly popular 'service of last resort'," says Vicky Brauner, managing director of CBL Australia.
CBL Medical was forced to file for protection after negotiations broke down with Heller, the lender to its affiliated Physician Groups.
Mishkin, president, stated, "The Service is contending that CBL should report income for federal income tax purposes based on the accrual method of accounting rather than the cash method.
Persons interested in learning more about leasing space in Fayette Mall should contact Craig Lebsack, Senior Leasing Manager, CBL & Associates Properties, Inc.
These interim agreements are for a 90-day period, following which, CBL will enter into a five-year agreement to provide certain services for a fee equal to 5 percent of aggregate gross billings of the six centers, not to exceed $1,875,000 in total.
This, coupled with expense reductions associated with the planned selling or closing the less profitable Medical Centers, should allow CBL to reach its goals of generating positive cash flow from operations while at the same time maintaining acceptable profit margins.