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BTBBack To Basics
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BTBBe the Beast
BTBBranch Target Buffer
BTBBad Taste Bear(s)
BTBBob's Track Builder (gaming software)
BTBBelize Tourism Board
BTBBoard Technical Bulletin
BTBBack to Back
BTBBass Treble Boost
BTBBlack to Black
BTBBreak the Barriers
BTBBase-to-Base (gaming)
BTBBob the Builder (cartoon)
BTBBog Te Blagoslovio (Croatian: God Bless You)
BTBBody to Body
BTBBite the Bullet
BTBBreakthrough Bleeding
BTBBurn the Bridge
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BTBBy the Book
BTBBig Team Battle (Halo 2)
BTBBumper to Bumper
BTBBride to Be
BTBBan the Bag (plastic bag ban advocacy)
BTBBringing Tap Back (Canada)
BTBBanca di Trento E Bolzano (Italian bank)
BTBBetween the Buttons (Rolling Stones album)
BTBBotswana Tourism Board (est. 2004)
BTBBelow the Belt
BTBBeyond the Bell
BTBBrigade Troops Battalion (US Army)
BTBBeating the Blues (UK)
BTBBoard Technical Bulletin (scientology)
BTBBouchon de Tir à Blanc (French: Blank Firing Cap)
BTBBack to Business
BTBBack to Base
BTBBring That Booty
BTBBric-a-Brac, Tramtrack, Broad-complex (domain)
BTBBeyond the Beyond (game)
BTBBay to Breakers (annual footrace; San Francisco, CA)
BTBBusiness Telephone Banking (various companies)
BTBBoeuf de Tradition Bouchère (French: Traditional Beef Butcher)
BTBBig Ten Burrito (Ann Arbor, MI)
BTBBeyond the Breakers (offshore fishing)
BTBBus Tie Breaker
BTBBanco Toyota do Brasil (Brazilian bank)
BTBBy The By
BTBBridge to Bridge (ship to ship communications)
BTBBeen There Bro
BTBBasic Test Battery
BTBBromethymol Blue
BTBBefore the Bang (period just before the Big Bang)
BTBBritish Tourism Board
BTBBeyond the Body
BTBBelgische Transportarbeiders Bond
BTBBad'in Town Bezak (French badminton club)
BTBBenoît Tapis Brosse (French carpet supplier)
BTBBetter Than Beer
BTBBurton Third Bombers (dorm residents; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Cambridge, MA)
BTBBody Tune Box (magnetic resonance imaging)
BTBBritish Tourist Board
BTBBlind Transmission Broadcast (clandestine communications)
BTBBrett Taylor Bailey (foundation)
BTBBig Town Bucks (online business)
BTBBeyond the Barre (est. 1999; Canada; dance studio)
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In an earlier military communiquA', an Army Command spokesperson stated that 3 enemy spy drones overflew most of the country in the usual u-turn before heading back to base within the 1948 occupied zone.
Back to base, said the lieutenant, and all the boats started up and swung around to follow Gabe, who had a pocket compass he always carried no matter what.
Thank you, Riki, for bringing us back to base in our thinking.
The portable kit provides all the telephone, e-mail and Internet accessibility needed for a team of up to 32 to communicate between each other and back to base.
Lt Williams, 25, from Newcastle, did not realise he had been hit until he got back to base and saw a dent in his chest.
The Sea King, hitched a lift back to base at RAF Valley, 20 miles away in Anglesey, on a line below the giant twin-engined RAF Chinook.
Sometimes they take casualties back to base and call in the immediate response team of medics along with a doctor who fly in by helicopter to take the injured to the British Field Hospital.
Meanwhile, the rocketplane would fly itself back to base, officials said.
ROBERT Saunders's narrative regarding Birmingham's air raids during the blitz of 1940 allows me to recall watching the bombers limping back to base after a sortie.
1944: Guy Gibson, British pilot and Victoria Cross winner for his ``Dambusters'' action against the Mohne and Eder dams, was killed when his aircraft crashed in Holland on its way back to base.
When the aircraft was forced back to base, mountain rescue teams began a lengthy operation to carry the injured man to safety.
5 mm hits; transmissions must run without oil for at least 30 minutes; it must get its crew back to base with one engine shot out.