BSSF

AcronymDefinition
BSSFBrown Schultz Sheridan Fritz (Lancaster, PA; accounting)
BSSFBone-Shaped Short Fiber
BSSFBonsai Society of San Francisco (San Francisco, CA)
BSSFBromeliad Society of South Florida
BSSFBanana Slug Spring Fair (Oakes College, University of California; Santa Cruz, CA)
BSSFBalingup Sustainable Small Farm (Australia)
BSSFBuilding and Site Sinking Fund (Huron Valley, MI)
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The move adds 31 employees and three offices to BSSF, bringing the firm to more than 130 employees and five offices overall.
BSSF has an office in Manheim Township in addition to its Cumberland County headquarters.
Three experiments were carried out simultaneously in greenhouse, each experiment with the application of a type of biochar (BRHF, BSF or BSSF) to the soil, from February to April 2015.
In 1970 the BSSF put on a show at Fairchild Tropical Garden.
Asked about the royal bill, Fiona McNeilly, of the BSSF, said: "We have come to an arrangement with our sponsors about that, but I am not prepared to go into details."
But, after receiving the strong support of the BOA in Baxter's case, BSSF spokesman John Clark is highly confident the Scot will not suffer that fate.
He is being backed by the British Ski and Snowboard Federation (BSSF), which receive nearly pounds 70,000 of lottery funding each year for Alain.
The BSSF will launch a fighting fund to help finance the defence of Baxter whose sponsors, Peugeot and Drambuie, have stuck by their promises to him.
BSSF operations director Fiona McNeilly continued: "Alain Baxter's bronze medal is the most significant achievement by a British skier in modern times.
And Britain's former World Cup downhill racer Graham Bell, now the BSSF's performance director, is beginning to set targets for the Turin Winter Games in four years time.
Ed, along with wife and ever-present partner Moyna, was a stalwart of the Bromeliad Society of South Florida (BSSF).
Baxter won Great Britain's first Olympic alpine medal with a surprise bronze in the slalom on Saturday and former World Cup downhill racer Graham Bell, now the BSSF's performance director, is beginning to set targets for the next Winter Olympic Games in Turin in 2006.