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BARBrowning Automatic Rifle
BARBest Available Rate
BARBureau of Automotive Repair
BARBarrel
BARBarbados
BARBRAIN (Broadband Radio Access for IP-based Networks) Access Router
BARBiblical Archaeology Review
BARBay Area Reporter (San Francisco, CA)
BARBarometer
BARBaruch (book of the Protestant Apocrypha)
BARBritish American Racing (formula 1 racing team)
BARBurn after Reading (movie)
BARBeyond All Recognition
BARBaritone Saxophone
BARBritish Association of Removers
BARBachelor of Architecture
BARBureau of Agricultural Research (Philippines)
BARBase Address Register
BARBilling and Accounts Receivable
BARBangor and Aroostook Railroad
BARBrigade of the American Revolution
BARBureau of Archaeological Research (Florida)
BARBeta-2-Adrenoceptor
BARBusiness Analysis Requirements
BARBulk Acoustic Resonator
BARBruto Aanvangsrendement (Dutch: Gross Initial Yield)
BARBroad Area Review
BARBusiness Account Representative
BARBit Aspect Ratio
BARBuilders All Risk (Insurance)
BARBuffer Address Register
BARBright, Alert and Responsive
BARBritish Accreditation Regency
BARBasins At Risk (freshwater research project)
BARBlade Area Ratio
BARBoard of Appeals & Review
BARBroadcast Advertisers Reports
BARBattery Acquisition Radar
BARBusiness Analysis Review
BARBest All-Around Racer
BARBroadband Aggregation Router (Pannaway Technologies)
BARBuoyancy Air Releases (SCUBA diving)
BARBureau of Aeronautics Representative
BARBusiness Area Representative
BARBid Analysis Report
BARBimonthly Activity Report
BARBarrett Junction, California (earthquake reporting station)
BARBrinsley Animal Rescue (Nottingham, UK)
BARBeep, Alarm, Ring
BARBusiness Assurance Reviews
BARBasic Associate Renewal
BARBusiness Activity Register
BARBackbone Attaching Router
BARBachelor of Arts in Religion (degree; various locations)
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Marking this anniversary prompts the question whether there still might be a place for a Baruch Plan.
Abraham Briloff (1917-2013), known as "the philosopher-king of accounting," was a Baruch professor, a double alumnus, classes of 1937 and 1941--and, at one point, Dean Saxe's student.
The opening lines of the Book of Baruch date the composition of the work to 582 BCE and attribute it to Baruch the son of Neriah, Jeremiah's amanuensis (Baruch 1:1-2).
Peter Baruch, 38, from London, allegedly paid between [pounds sterling]40 and [pounds sterling]60 for the girl to pose both naked and in underwear in his hotel room in Uralsk, north-western Kazakhstan.
In another sign that transparency may be on the rise, one of the developers of the Baruch Index, Naomi Gardberg, says companies are coming to Baruch for help in drafting procedures to regulate political spending.
Meanwhile, for a professional liability insurer insisting on a reinsurance cost reduction in a tightening market, Baruch worked with the insurer and his own analytics team to demonstrate why the insurer's experience warranted major premium savings.
Baruch (1899-1964), daughter of Wall Street financier and presidential adviser Bernard M.
This book had to be written because no one in senior management at Viacom stood by his side or stood up for Baruch during this corporate mutiny, which ultimately led to the Sumner Redstone takeover.
Baruch (1899-1964), Miller tells the story of the Baroness of Hobcaw and her environmentalism, feminism, and pacifism.
Baruch College, another commuter school and part of the City University of New York, began using Rave Wireless' early alert system two years ago.
Crying not for himself, but for his first wife, Eva, and their young son, Baruch, who died in those camps.
Two of finance's hottest topics--fair value and the costs and benefits of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act--will be the focus of "Academe Meets Practice," a complimentary one-day conference November 15 at Baruch College in New York.