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BHBank Holiday (UK)
BHBahrain (ISO 3166 country code)
BHBelo Horizonte (City of Brazil)
BHBelize
BHBounty Hunter (game)
BHBosnia Herzegovina
BHBeverly Hills
BHBlack Hole
BHBlack Hat
BHBloodhound
BHBehavioral Health
BHBe Happy
BHBlack Hills (South Dakota)
BHBournemouth (postcode, United Kingdom)
BHBiblical Hebrew (language studies)
BHBüstenhalter (German: Brassiere)
BHBohrium (element 107)
BHBusiness Hours
BHBryce Harper (baseball player)
BHBlack History
BHBaseball Heroes
BHBalsam Hill (Christmas tree company; Redwood City, CA)
BHBasset Hound
BHBlackheart (Capcom/Marvel Character)
BHBloomington Hospital (Bloomington, IN)
BHBackhaul
BHBorehole
BHBuddy Holly
BHBio Hazard (aka Resident Evil in US, video game)
BHBig Head
BHBenny Hinn
BHBraxton-Hicks (contractions)
BHBlockhead
BHBundesheer (Austria, Europe)
BHBloody Hell
BHBlack Head (turkey histomoniasis)
BHBand Heterotopia (neurology)
BHBondholder
BHBedford Hills (New York)
BHBill of Health
BHBlue Heeler (dog breed)
BHBoss Hog (band)
BHBumrungrad Hospital (Bangkok, Thailand)
BHBusy Hour
BHButterfly House
BHBlue Hair
BHBaker Hall
BHBadge of Honour (British Red Cross Society)
BHButt Head
BHBritish Heritage (magazine)
BHBeat Happening (indie rock band)
BHBilly Hatcher (video game)
BHBBC Broadcasting House
BHBreatheHeavy.com (Britney Spears fan website)
BHBaruch Hashem (Hebrew: Blessed is God)
BHBlackman-Harris (microwave pulse)
BHBalmoral Hall
BHBinary to Hexadecimal
BHBobby Henderson (founder of Pastafarianism)
BHBlizzhackers (gaming)
BHBinder Head (screw)
BHBoruch Hashem (blessed is god)
BHBridge Hampton
BHBoxed Heart (forest products industry)
BHBath & Hammondsport Railroad Company
BHBad Hank (King of the Hill character)
BHBrinnel Hardness
BHBegleiter Hund (German: Companion Dog)
BHBig Habitat
BHBolt Hole Break (railway defect)
BHBarossa Health (South Australia)
BHBlackhawk Helicopter (UH-60) (Army)
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Andrew Ward, Senior Vice President ICT Products, du, said: "Gaining VMware certification is a badge of honour and one that boosts our credibility as a dependable enabler of cloud platform solutions.
This is a badge of honour in some circles but often has pejorative connotations.
The Syrian government condemned as irresponsible a US decision on Monday to designate Iran's Revolutionary Guards a "terrorist group", calling it a "badge of honour" for the Islamic republic.
And Kevin Miles (above), chairman of the g far England Football Supporters' Federation, said: "For some it is a badge of honour and some fans have long unbroken runs of watching the team they want to maintain.
Dyche (left) describes Burnley's European exploits as "a badge of honour", but knows Premier League survival must be his main target.
I agree with Ray that criminals have no deterrent anymore and they no longer seem to fear being caught as the justice meted out is seen as a badge of honour rather than a deterrent.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 21 (ANI): Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday disapproved the Congress party's reaction on the acquittal of all accused in the 2G spectrum allocation cases, saying it was celebrating the judgement as a 'badge of honour' and 'certification of honesty'.
He added that this partnership was a badge of honour for Orientm McCann Pakistan.
A Palestinian prisoner who has been held by Israel for the past 20 years has declared the sentence of death handed to him by an Egyptian court to be a "badge of honour", Middle East Monitor reports.
We Will Remember I AM not a badge of honour, I am not a racist smear, I am not a fashion statement, To be worn but once a year, I am not glorification...Of conflict or of war.
The International School Award is a badge of honour for schools that do outstanding work in international education, such as through links with partner schools overseas.
"To be berated on-screen by Jeremy Paxman is a badge of honour and something to be cherished," says executive producer Peter Gwyn.