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)
BSAABusiness School Alumni Association (various schools)
BSAABritish Specialist and Advisors (law enforcement consulting; UK)
BSAABachelor of Science in Applied Arts
BSAABase Station Antenna Array
BSAABoston Society for Antique Automobiles
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(20.) Boy Scouts of America 1981 Annual Report (BSAA), cited in Sleutelberg, "A Critical History," z.
Longford appointed new chairmen for BOAC (joining BSAA with it) as well as for BEA (Sir Sholto Douglas, who had previously been Governor of the British Sector).
Iris was one of 11 people who died when the BSAA passenger plane crashed in 1947.
And on Monday, February 16, 1948 - without the required nursing training or obligatory French and Spanish - I donned the frumpy blue uniform of a British South American Airways (BSAA) stewardess.
(2008), "Moldes de fundicion de las Edades del Bronce y del Hierro en la submeseta norte espanola", BSAA arqueologia, LXXIV, Universidad de Valladolid, 49-73.
-- <<Organizaciones suprafamiliares en la Hispania antigua (II)>>, BSAA 47, 1981, pp.
A three-on-three basketball tournament and three-point shootout, organised by the BSAA, are to be held.