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BTGBIT (Built-In Test) Target Generator
BTGBridging the Gap
BTGBehind the Glass
BTGBlack Tooth Grin
BTGBack to Godhead (magazine)
BTGBehind the Gates
BTGBalance to Go
BTGBusiness Target Group (various locations)
BTGBegbies Traynor Group (Manchester, UK)
BTGBritish Technology Group
BTGBusiness Technology Group (various locations)
BTGBetreuungsgesetz (Germany)
BTGBroadband Technology Group (PCTEL, Inc.)
BTGBoiler, Turbine, Generator
BTGBiomass Technology Group BV
BTGBeijing Tourism Group (China)
BTGBeyond the Grave (gaming clan)
BTGBeta Thromboglobulin
BTGBy the Glass (restaurants)
BTGBiotechnology Group
BTGBall-Turret Gunner
BTGBodycote Testing Group (various locations)
BTGBefore The Game
BTGBedrijfstelecommunicatie Grootgebruikers (Dutch: Large-Scale Telecommunications User Company)
BTGBasic Target Graphic
BTGBuck Tooth Grin
BTGBe That Guy
BTGBeat the Geeks (TV show)
BTGBand Theory Group
BTGBien Ta Grotte (French internet slang)
BTGBio-Technology General Ltd (Israel)
BTGBroadband Transmit Group
BTGBroadcast Time Group
BTGBerndt Toast Gang (National Cartoonists Society, NCS)
BTGBurundian Transitional Government
BTGBrigade Tactical Group (US Army)
BTGBlog to Great (website)
BTGBoulevard Transportation Group
BTGBetter than Geek (Louisiana)
References in classic literature ?
Her guests stepped out at the wide entrance, and the stout porter, who used to read the newspapers in the mornings behind the glass door, to the edification of the passers-by, noiselessly opened the immense door, letting the visitors pass by him into the house.
He was standing as still as a statue, and looking steadily at the black velvet behind the glass screen.
But in the midst of his ardent labor, the soft strokes upon the little bell placed behind the glass sounded again, hasty, and, consequently, more urgent.
But, pending the salutation, Miss Knag, who was tinged with curiosity, stepped accidentally behind the glass, and encountered the lively young lady's eye just at the very moment when she kissed the old lord; upon which the young lady, in a pouting manner, murmured something about 'an old thing,' and 'great impertinence,' and finished by darting a look of displeasure at Miss Knag, and smiling contemptuously.
The tiny white cur tains and the greenery of flower pots behind the glass completed the resemblance.
But it makes me feel better," and she smiled and winked away a tear on her lashes, and took his hand while they prayed for "all women labouring of child"--not "in the perils of childbirth"; and the sparrows who had found their way through the guards behind the glass windows chirped above the faded gilt and alabaster family tree of the Conants.
I plunged into the study of the shell treasures hidden behind the glasses.
Hawkeye was not long in assuming his borrowed garments; and when his restless eyes were hid behind the glasses, and his head was surmounted by the triangular beaver, as their statures were not dissimilar, he might readily have passed for the singer, by starlight.
Mortimer interrupted, her eyes dancing and vivacious behind the glasses.
Brown's playing had such a pull on the veteran producer, Mike Vernon (Clapton, Fleetwood Mac, Ten Years After), that he relinquished a 10-year exile to get behind the glass for the Heads album.
Work on one tile at a time and heat it with a heat gun at medium setting as you work the pry bar behind the glass. Keep heating until you feel the adhesive "give" a bit (see Photo 2).
So the next time you're in queue at some government department while the guy behind the glass seems to be in deep concentration as he stares into a computer screen, demand to see what it is he's so engrossed with: Is he really trying to find your information "in the system," or is he just completing the next level of Tetris?