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BIBisexual
BIBurundi (ISO country code)
BIBusiness Intelligence
BIBank Indonesia
BIBrain Injury
BIBohemia Interactive (game development company)
BIBlock Island (Rhode Island)
BIBackground Information
BIBlack Ice (Star Wars novel)
BIBielefeld (Germany)
BIBoehringer Ingelheim (Germany)
BIBacterial Infection
BIBismuth
BIBritish India
BIBidirectional
BIBuddy Icon
BIBusiness Income
BIBusiness Improvement
BIBrookings Institution
BIBusiness Interruption (insurance)
BIBodily Injury
BIBlack Iron
BIBiological Indicator
BIBusiness Integration
BIBurn-In
BIBainbridge Island (Washington state)
BIBackground Investigation
BIBad Influence (band)
BIBurning Issues
BIBanca d'Italia (Italian central bank)
BIBusiness Instruction
BIBrain Informatics
BIBilling Instructions
BIBehavioral Interventions
BIBeginning Inventory
BIBeyond Imagination
BIBarthel Index
BIRoyal Brunei Airlines (IATA airline code)
BIBus Interconnect
BIBritish Israelism
BIBinary Input
BIBubble Interface
BIBumrungrad International (Thailand)
BIBreidbart Index (USENET spam metric)
BIBibliographisches Institut (German book publisher)
BIBody Inflation (artificial physical transformation)
BIBiella, Piemonte (Italian province)
BIBribie Island (Australia)
BIBriefing to Industry
BIBirth Index
BIBavarian Inn (Lake Ronkonkoma)
BIBloody Idiot
BIBaccalauréat International (French: International Baccalaureate)
BIBook Inventory
BIBeer Institute
BIBiographical Inventory (US Navy)
BIBiot Number (heat transfer)
BIBroadcast Intelligence
BIBattlefield Information
BIBefore Internet
BIBraniff International (defunct US airline)
BIBackplane Interconnect
BIBuffer Index
BIBusiness Impact Test
BIBibliotheca Islamica (Islamic Library - German Oriental Society)
BIbattle injury (US DoD)
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BI(Run) Batted In (Baseball)
BIBattlespace Infosphere
BIBackward Indicator
BIBase-In Prism (ophthalmology)
BIBranch Immaterial
BIBehavior Inhibition (psychology)
BIBattlefield Illumination
BIBebco Industries (La Marque, TX)
BIBatch Interactive (IBM)
BIBattlefield Interdiction
BIBasketball Ireland
BIBeni Immobiliari (Italian)
BIBrand Institute, Inc (Miami, FL)
BIBranch Insertion
BIBell Intrigna
BIBiotehnologii Industriale (Romania)
BIBayer Industrieprodukte (Cologne, Germany)
BIBuild Increment
BIBannockburn Institute
BIBilhete de Identificação
BIBedriftsokonomisk Institutt (Norwegian: Business Institute)
BIBrigade Internationaliste
BISignaling Identification Assigned By Exchange B
BIBrinch Import
References in classic literature ?
'Will you be silent NOW?' cried I, starting up, and eyeing the fellow so fiercely that my mother, thinking I meant to inflict some grievous bodily injury, laid her hand on my arm, and besought me to let him alone, and he walked leisurely out, with his hands in his pockets, singing provokingly - 'Shall I, because a woman's fair,'
Number Thirteen did not understand the words that the other addressed to him but he interpreted the man's actions as menacing, not to himself, but to the creature he now considered his particular charge; and so he met the advancing man, more to keep him from the girl than to offer him bodily injury for he recognized him as one of the two who had greeted his first dawning consciousness.
* This insurance applies to "bodily injury" and "property damage" only if:
FINEOS will manage the entire claims process for bodily injury claims from initial notification through to payments and reporting.
In order to address such issues, the proposed amendments aim at introducing 'no fault option' whereby a claim for death or bodily injury shall be payable to the victims of road accidents or their legal heirs without obtaining any court order and regardless of whether or not the insured person was at fault.
'bodily injury[,]'" and defined "bodily injury" as "bodily harm, sickness or disease, including required care, loss of services and death that results." The policy did not define the term "accident" The policy excluded coverage for bodily injury "which is expected or intended by one or more 'insureds' even if the 'bodily injury...
Assistant State's Attorney Greg Sams argues that the law requires a judge to sentence a defendant to consecutive terms if the defendant was found guilty of a murder or a Class 1 felony -- and the defendant inflicted "severe bodily injury."
An example of the latter is a typical auto accident where, while the act of driving is volitional, both the collision and any resulting bodily injury and property damage are wholly unintentional.
This is in line with the fee structure specified in the Executive Council Resolution No 2 for 2016, which allows Dubai Police and the Dubai Ambulatory services to charge Dh6,770.This is in compensation for transferring each person affected by a bodily injury or death of individuals after traffic accidents, from the insurance provider of the offending party.
The commercial general liability insurance policy Maxum issued to Dirty Foot provided coverage for bodily injury and property damage liability as follows:
District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan at Ann Arbor, stating that the lower court erred in concluding that Doe's bodily injury didn't cause her emotional and mental injuries.