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BAHBasic Allowance for Housing (replaced BAQ 1 Jan 98)
BAHBosnia and Herzegovina
BAHBusiness After Hours
BAHBachna Ae Haseeno (Bollywood film)
BAHBooz Allen Hamilton, Inc.
BAHBoard of Animal Health
BAHBritish Airways Holidays (British Airways; UK)
BAHBahrain, Bahrain - Bahrain International Bahrain (Airport Code)
BAHBelles Autos d'Hier (French: Beautiful Cars of Yesterday; Québec, Canada)
BAHBundesverband der Arzneimittel-Hersteller eV
BAHBachelor of Arts, Honors program
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"Bah! you will get me out if they put me there," said D'Artagnan.
"Ah, bah!" exclaimed the tailor, terrified, though Aramis had pronounced these words in his softest and most honeyed tones.
"Bah!" said the angry harpooner, "what do you suppose they eat here?
They were heading into extra time before Equitorial Guinea kid Bah netted two minutes after coming on as a sub to send them through.
They were two goals down and heading into extra time before Equitorial Guinea kid, Bah, netted two minutes after coming on as a sub to send them through.
Today is Eeh Bah Gum's fourth run of the season and he should be spot-on for the five-furlong test.
The lawsuit also claims that a detective with the New York Police Department concluded that the thief caught by a store surveillance camera "looked nothing like" Bah. It further cites the detective to say that Apple uses facial recognition software to identify shoplifters.
According to the complaint, Apple accepted as identification an interim driver's permit that Bah had lost and that had Bah's name, address, date of birth, sex, height and eye color on it but not his or any photo.
Bah was still a high school student when he received a summons from a court in Boston, claiming he'd stolen $1,200 worth of Apple products - in particular Apple Pencils - from the Apple Store in Boston.
A piece of Bah's ear was said to have been cut off when Keita allegedly bit the victim in the tussle that ensued over Bah's refusal to leave the hall.