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UABUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham
UABUniversitat Autònoma de Barcelona
UABUniversidade Aberta do Brasil (Portuguese: Open University of Brazil)
UABUnion of Arab Banks
UABUzdaroji Akcine Bendrove (Lithuanian: closed stock company
UABUnix AppleTalk Bridge
UABUnaccompanied Air Baggage
UABUntil Advised By
UABUnité Anti-Braconnage (Belgium: anti poaching unit)
UABUser Address Book
UABUnité Amateur Bretagne (French amateur boat builders association)
UABUnderwater Acoustic Beacon
UABUnderwriter Adjustment Bureau
UABUnion des Architectes Bulgares (French: Union of Bulgarian Architects)
UABUniversity of Arkansas Bands
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UAB Hostex and UAB Hosting were reorganized in line with the Part 3 of Article 2.
UAB has experienced difficult market conditions resulting in prudent provisioning during Q3 this year.
UAB remains well capitalised with its capital adequacy ratio at 14.
About UAB Known for its innovative and interdisciplinary approach to education at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, the University of Alabama at Birmingham is an internationally renowned research university and academic medical center, as well as Alabama's largest employer, with some 23,000 employees, and has an annual economic impact exceeding $5 billion on the state.
According to the UAB, the meeting will be held in cooperation with the Banking Control Commission of Lebanon (BBCL).
I believe in my heart that it's right,'' said Zac Woodfin, who played at UAB and is now an assistant coach.
In spite of these changes, UAB has once again bucked the national trend, and the school's continued success can be attributed to many factors, including specialist teachers, small class sizes and additional time spent on developing core skills in literacy and numeracy.
Last month, Livett knocked more than three seconds off her own UAB freshman mile record - which she had set in January - running 4-59.
Through this alliance UAB aims to tap into the ever growing Turkish commercial banking market in the UAE, while linking themselves with a new retail customer base of 15,000 - 20,000 expats, whom are mostly white collar professionals benefitting from a higher income level.
UAB CEO Paul Trowbridge described the deal as priceless - but wouldn't put a figure on it.
Our intent is to make the checklists available to anyone for free so that parents, teachers and others can advocate for safer playgrounds at PTA, PTO, school board, or city council meetings," said UAB Professor of Health Education Brian F.
Fouad Shaker, Secretary General of the Union of Arab Banks (UAB) added, "The UAB has always been at the vanguard of developing and supporting initiatives that drive the growth of the banking industry.