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BIBBible
BIBBring It Back
BIBBoys in Blue (police)
BIBBack in Business
BIBBottled in Bond (liquor label)
BIBBoys in Brown (Thai Police)
BIBBag-In-Box (theater refreshment container)
BIBBuilt in Ballast (bulbs)
BIBBerufsverband Information Bibliothek
BIBBack in Black
BIBBusiness Internet Banking
BIBBravo Interface Binder
BIBBoot Is Blocked
BIBBoot Indicator Bytes
BIBBillion Byte
BIBBackward Indicator Bit
BIBBurn-In Board (various companies)
BIBBigger Is Better
BIBBit in Bold (Internet slang)
BIBBlocked Impurity Band
BIBBrought In By
BIBBoard for International Broadcasting
BIBBritish Interactive Broadcasting
BIBBalanced Incomplete Block
BIBBackward Indicator Bit (SS7 MTP Layer 2)
BIBBildungszentrum für Informationsverarbeitende Berufe (German)
BIBBachelor of International Business
BIBBetter Internet Bureau
BIBBus Interface Board
BIBBaby's in Black (Beatles song)
BIBBancafe International Bank (Barbados)
BIBBroadcast Information Bureau
BIBBoat Information Book
BIBBuilt-In Breathing (system)
BIBBonos de Indemnización Bancaria (Spanish: Bank Compensation Bonds)
BIBBilling Incentive Bonus (rewards program)
BIBBreak-In Box
BIBCollectie Bibliografische en Naslagwerken
BIBBusiness Investment Board
BIBBureau of International Broadcasting
BIBBerufsverband Information Bibliothek eV
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We're indebted to Russell Feingold, the junior Democratic Senator from Wisconsin, for prying out of the Board for International Broadcasting, a quasi-public body, the exorbitant salaries it pays to its own executives and to officers of its subsidiaries, Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty.
Furthermore, the debate was not only about the existence of the Radios, but also about who should control them, as RFE/RL was financed through the Board for International Broadcasting (BIB), and VOA received its funding through the United States Information Agency (USIA).
Kemble had been a Bush appointee to the Board for International Broadcasting, which oversees Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty.
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