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ABBlood Type
ABAlberta
ABAlcoholic Beverage
ABAirman Basic
ABAbstract
ABAbdomen
ABAssembly Bill
ABAbonnement (philatelic catalog subscription)
ABAbout
ABAir Base
ABAbility to Perform (Common Feature; Capability Maturity Model Integration)
ABAdult Baby
ABAberdeen (postcode, UK)
ABAbortion
ABAddress Book
ABAngry Birds (gaming)
ABAt Bat (baseball, softball)
ABAction By (Internet slang)
ABAbort (ITU-T)
ABAbbot
ABAbduction
ABAncienne Belgique (Brussels, Belgium cultural center)
ABAnrufbeantworter (German: telephone answering machine)
ABApplied Biosystems
ABAll Blacks (New Zealand's national rugby team)
ABAirborne
ABAnti-Bacterial
ABAir Bag
ABAftonbladet (Swedish newspaper)
ABAirbase (US DoD)
ABAmerican Beauty (movie)
ABAntibodies
ABAble-Bodied
ABAntibiotic
ABApple Bottoms (clothing line)
ABAlter Bridge (band)
ABAble Seaman
ABApple Bloom (My Little Pony)
ABAltbau (German: older building)
ABAdded Benefit
ABAktiebolag (Swedish: Limited Company on shares)
ABAnheuser-Busch (brewery)
ABAppellate Body (various organizations)
ABAlec Baldwin
ABAgriculture Biologique (French national logo for organic products)
ABAndrea Bocelli (Italian opera tenor)
ABAmitabh Bachchan (Indian actor)
ABAlgemeen Bestuur (Dutch: General Board)
ABagent-based
ABAvailable Balance (banking)
ABAlton Brown (Good Eats TV show host)
ABAtomic Bomb
ABAchtung Baby (U2 album)
ABAll Before
ABAsha Bhosle (Indian singer)
ABAction Button
ABAcid Bath (band)
ABAntigen Binding
ABAble Bodied Seaman
ABAcross Boundaries (mental health center; Canada)
ABAmerican Bandstand
ABAnchor Bay (DVD supplier)
ABAfterburner
ABAdministrative Board
ABArt Bell
ABArcane Brilliance (World of Warcraft gaming)
ABAmplified Bible
ABAdaptive Behavior
ABAbsidia (fungi)
ABAaron Brooks (football player)
ABAcquisition Board
ABAnchor Bolt
ABActive Badge
ABAimbot
ABAnswer Back
ABAccess Burst
ABAndhra Bank
ABApical-to-Basolateral (microbiology)
ABAngelina Ballerina (American Girl doll)
ABAlt.binaries (newsgroups)
ABAlgebraic Biology
ABAir Blast
ABAfter-Burner (game)
ABAryan Brotherhood (white power group)
ABAquabats (band)
ABAir Berlin GmbH (Germany)
ABAdhesive Bonding
ABArchie Bunker (TV character)
ABsignal ground
ABArt Building (university)
ABAlcian Blue
ABAppenzeller Bahnen (German; Swiss railway company)
ABArathi Basin (World of Warcraft gaming)
ABAssembly Building
ABAid to the Blind
ABAccounts Branch
ABAppearance Bond (criminal justice)
ABAddress Bus
ABAfter Body
ABAnchor Blue (retail clothing store)
ABAschaffenburg, Germany (license plate)
ABAggregate Base (construction)
ABAntiquarian Booksellers
ABArmy Brigade
ABAir Burst
ABAmusement Business (magazine)
ABArab Bank PLC
ABAlpha Blue (Star Wars Intelligence Group)
ABAviation Boatswain's Mate (USN Rating)
ABAneroid Barometer
ABAsthmatic Bronchitis
ABAttentional Blink
ABAviation Boatswain's Mate Petty Officer (US Navy Rank)
ABArtium Baccalaureus
ABAtomic Bomberman (game)
ABAir Break
ABAsh Bin
ABCrane Ship
ABAuthorization Basis
ABAddress Buffer
ABAlliance Battle (video game)
ABAdministrative Bulletin
ABApplix Builder (file extension)
ABAlongside Berth (ships)
ABAvionics Bay
ABAssez Beau (French: fair to good; philately)
ABAda-Based
ABAsbestos Body
ABApex Beat
ABAvrupa Birliði (Turkish: European Union)
ABArchibald Brown (philatelic marking of British East Africa colony)
ABAdvanced Bus
ABAlliance of Baptists
ABApical-to-Basal
ABAsesores Bursátiles (Spanish company)
ABAvropa Birliyi (Azerbaijanian: European Union)
ABAccelerated Budget
ABAlmost Bent (function)
ABArctic Brotherhood
ABAkbar & Birbal (Hindi TV series)
ABAssumed Benefit (type of qualified retirement plan)
ABAllocated Baseline
ABAlchoholic Beverage
ABArc Brazing
ABAsker and Bærum (Norwegian hospital)
ABAyan Baqur (Asheron's Call game)
ABAfter Blackout
ABAssault Breaker
ABAlabaster Blue (University of New Hampshire a-capella group)
ABAsymmetric Balance
ABAxial Blanket (test)
ABAcmlmBoard (message board system)
ABAdiabatic Bend
ABAltered Beasts (game)
ABAxiobuccal
ABAllen Bradley Corporation
ABArtis Baccularatum (Latin: Bachelor of Arts) University Degree
ABArray Bending
ABArbeidsvoorwaarden en Beroepskwaliteit
ABAirborne Bombing
ABBothropic Antivenom
ABAmstelbrigade
ABAuntbrenda.com (Atlanta, GA)
ABArmeé Brittanique (British philatelic handstamp 1748)
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Wheeless also worked at his family's video amusement business, Service Amusement Co.
They are members of local chambers of commerce, the Showmen's League of America, the Outdoor Amusement Business Association, the Illinois Agricultural Association of Fairs, Geneva Masonic Lodge and the Fox Valley Shriners.
As per other published reports, the UAE amusement business generated revenue in excess of Dh1.1 billion ($299 million) in 2012.
At Appu Ghar OYSTERS, guests would be able to revisit the nostalgia of old Appu Ghar and experience the expertise that comes from being in the amusement business for over 30 years.
Mayo talked to Ruskey, and learned part of the problem was that Ruskey's business was being treated under the state tax code as an amusement business. There was no separate provision for guided tours on navigable waterways.
She went to the Godolphin School, Salisbury, before being sent as a boarder to Trowbridge High School, while her mother and stepfather set up the leisure park and amusement business that would become Weststar.
Highly ambitious, he built himself a popcorn trailer at a young age and sold his wares at local festivals, which gave him his start in the amusement business.
Whether it was bar work, our snooker club, the amusement business or training horses, everything he put his hand to, he could do it very easily.
Her family was connected with the amusement business in Southport for many years.
Finally, Reed Business Information (Rockaway, NJ) has ceased production of "Fiber Optic Technology," a monthly launched in 1985 for 30,000 telecom executives, and VNU Business Media (New York) has closed "Amusement Business," a monthly founded in 1894 and distributed to a controlled circulation of 6000 managers of amusement and theme parks, family entertainment centers, fairs, carnivals, sports franchises and attractions.
Kasson, Amusing the Million, 59, 60; Edwin Slosson, "Amusement Business," Independent 57 (21 July 1904): 136; History of Coney Island: Lists of Photographs by Main Attractions (New York, 1904), 36-37; Judith Adams, The American Amusement Park Industry: A History of Technology and Thrills (Boston, 1991), 45.