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BADBanque Africaine de Developpement (AFDB)
BADBusiness Application Development
BADBipolar Affective Disorder
BADBritish Association of Dermatologists
BADBoxing After Dark (HBO TV)
BADBcl-2 Associated Death (protein)
BADBrisbane Art Design (Australia)
BADBroken as Designed
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BADBanque Asiatique de Développement (French: Asian Development Bank)
BADBusiness Affairs Division (various universities)
BADBikers Against Diabetes
BADBig Airship of Doom (Bloons Tower Defense 6)
BADBCL2 Antagonist of Cell Death
BADBase Ammunition Depot (US Army ordnance)
BADBachelier en Art Dramatique
BADBank Account Debits Tax (Australia)
BADBody Action Design (Garden City, NY)
BADBroadband Access Device (Sprint)
BADBureau of Alien Detectors (UPN cartoon)
BADBranch Atheromatous Disease
BADBalls Attitude Direction
BADBehind-Armor Debris
BADBuster, Adam, Donny (band)
BADBad Ass Divas
BADBiological Aerosol Detection
BADBald and Dangerous
BADBachelor of Applied Design (degree)
BADBathymetric Archive Data
BADBank Avalized Draft
BADBates After Dark
BADBay Area Dwarfs (scale vintage replica auto racing; California)
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That's how Essam Al-Zamel, the 28-year-old CEO of Remal Information Technology Company, got to know about the Blog Action Day. "I knew about the action day through a blogger friend of mine," Al-Zamel said.
Blog Action Day is an annual event that aims to unite the world's bloggers, podcasters and videocasters to post about a select issue on the same day.
"By asking thousands of different people to give their viewpoints and opinions, Blog Action Day creates an extraordinary lens through which one can view these issues.
"In honor of Blog Action Day 2011, where the bloggers all around the world are talking about food, or the lack there of, we bring you a photo essay by Time Magazine based on the book Hungry Planet.
Blog Action Day: Jordan Food Security Conversation Do you care that people are hungry?