BSAA

AcronymDefinition
BSAABioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (gaming)
BSAABritish South American Airways (former airline, merged into BOAC)
BSAABusiness Software Association of Australia
BSAABlack Sports Agents Association (Beverly Hills, CA)
BSAABachelor of Science in Applied Arts
BSAABase Station Antenna Array
BSAABoston Society for Antique Automobiles
BSAABritish Specialist and Advisors (law enforcement consulting; UK)
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In his second year as chairman of the BSAA, Farr looks to the future.
lt;<Nueva estela funeraria romana, con una onomastica celtica, de Padilla de Duero (Penafiel, Valladolid)>>, BSAA Arqueologia 75, 2009, pp.
22) HERNANDEZ, Arturo, "Juan Guas maestro de obras de la catedral de Segovia 1472-1491" BSAA, Valladolid, 1947.
The Civil Air Accident report by Air Commodore Vernon Brown, Chief Inspector of Accidents, said that Captain Cook trained as a navigator with the RAF in 1940 and later as a pilot, joining the BSAA in May 1946.
BSAA chairman Andre Farr, an ex-UCLA football player, said, ``We can't survive representing African-Americans alone.
1998): "Las estelas en la brecha de Santo Adriao: observaciones tipologico-cronologicas", BSAA, pp.
A three-on-three basketball tournament and three-point shootout, organised by the BSAA, will then get underway on August 1 at the Muharraq Club gym in Arad.
1987): "Estudio Industrial de tres yacimientos paleoliticos del bajo Pisuerga", BSAA, LIII, pp.
The events' organising committee is being headed by BSAA board member Osama Al Kooheji, who is a leading figure in the kingdom's basketball community.
1999): "Observaciones sobre la incidencia del laboreo agricola en los agregados liricos: el experimento de Las Cuestas (Tudela de Duero, Valladolid)", BSAA, 65, pp.