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ANBAsahi National Broadcasting (Japan)
ANBAmerican National Biography
ANBArmenian Navy Band
ANBAssociazione Nazionale Bersaglieri (Italian: National Association of Sharpshooters)
ANBArab National Bank
ANBAmerican National Bank
ANBAssociazione Navimodellisti Bolognesi (Italian naval association)
ANBArabic News Broadcast
ANBAlaska Native Brotherhood
ANBAgoraphobic Nosebleed (band)
ANBAmarillo National Bank (Texas)
ANBA New Beginning
ANBAvenir Natation Besançon (French swim club; Besancon, France)
ANBAir Navigation Bureau (International Civil Aviation Organization, ICAO)
ANBAlaska Native Broadband
ANBAnniston, AL, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
ANBAnalyst Notebook
ANBArgument from Nonbelief (theistic debate)
ANBAids to Navigation Boat
ANBAssault n Battery (gaming clan)
ANBBay Anchovy (FAO fish species code)
ANBAction Nature Bâtiment (French construction company; est. 2000)
ANBArab News Broadcasting (Lebanon)
ANBAvascular Necrosis of Bone (medical disorder)
ANBAdvanced Narrow Band (SATCOM)
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Particularly of note is the African American National Biography, an eight-volume reference work from the Oxford University Press, edited by Drs.
Oxford University Press (OUP) announced that it has released the latest quarterly update to the American National Biography Online.
The American National Biography Online offers portraits of 18,000 men and women from every era whose lives and works have shaped the U.S.
Oxford University Press (OUP) has announced that the quarterly update to its American National Biography (ANB) Online product is complete, featuring a diverse array of new articles, photographs, and revisions.
According to the company, American National Biography Online (http://www.anb.org) offers all the benefits of the 24-volume print edition, along with dynamic search functions, updated biographies, hyperlinks, and exclusive photographs.
After World War II, Gildersleeve was the only American woman delegate to the UN Charter Committee, and it was she who contributed the formulation of the fundamental purpose: "We, the Peoples of the United Nations, determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war" (American national biography 1999, 9: 25).
After the war, he popularized Oxonian educational ideals in the States and served as American secretary to the Rhodes Trustees until 1953 (American national biography 1999, 17: 88-89).
In effect a trailer for American National Biography, the book is likely to encourage readers to browse its copious arcane treasures in search of their own favorite forgotten personalities.
In addition to serving as managing editor of the twenty-volume American National Biography, he is writing a history of adolescent male aggression in America.
Jackson had been contracted to write a biography of Kelley-Hawkins [1863-1938] for the African American National Biography (AANB), affiliated with Gates's W.E.B.
Bollard, executive editor of the African American National Biography, provided BIBR with a response that was originally offered to The Boston Globe, but wasn't published.
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