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BBRBroken Bow Records (Nashville, TN)
BBRBleu, Blanc, Rouge (French: Blue, White, Red)
BBRBad Block Reported
BBRBrodie Britain Racing
BBRBackbone Ring
BBRBattery Backed Ram
BBRBasic Backup and Recovery
BBRBroadband Router
BBRBending Beam Rheometer
BBRBroadbandreports.com (website)
BBRBlonde, Brunette, Redhead
BBRBina Buana Raya (shipping company; Indonesia)
BBRBlack Berry Recordings (Japan)
BBRBureau of Business Research
BBRBaby Back Ribs
BBRBotrytis Bunch Rot (grape disease)
BBRBurnt Beyond Repair
BBRBranch Bark Ridge (trees)
BBRBlack Body Radiation (quantum physics)
BBRBroad Branch Road (Carnegie Institution for Science; Washington, DC)
BBRBack Bone Ring
BBRBubble Bath Records (record label)
BBRBelgische Bond voor Rijwieltoerisme (Dutch: Belgian Association for Bicycle Tourism; Belgium)
BBRBasisbedrijvenregister (Dutch: Basic Business Register)
BBRBuffalo Bills Review
BBRBook to Bill Ratio
BBRBehavior-Based Retrieval
BBRBurnt Beyond Recognition (band)
BBRBibliothèque Braille Romande (French: Romande Braille Library; Switzerland)
BBRBorrowing Base Report (banks)
BBRBroken Beyond Repair
BBRBillet Base Review (US DoD)
BBRBayou Business Review (Louisiana)
BBRBibasilar Rales (lungs)
BBRBundle Branch Reentrant
BBRBad Boy Records (record label)
BBRBabcock-Brown Boveri Reaktor
BBRBandwidth Blocking Ratio
BBRBankers' Buying Rate (airline code)
BBRBig Band de Roanne (Roanne, France)
BBRBluebeat Remedy (band)
BBRBurstable Bit Rate
BBRBroadband Rangers (Americas Army gaming clan)
BBRBrie-Axe Betterave Rugby (France)
BBRBlack Beauty Ranch
BBRBlinded by Rage (band)
BBRBadland Bombing Range
BBRBranch-By-Release (configuration management model)
BBRBack Bouncing Rod (fishing rod)
BBRBlonde, Brune, Rousse (French: Blonde, Brunette, Redhead)
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Last month trade body SEMI said the industry's book to bill ratio hit 1 in August, meaning bookings for new orders roughly matched billings.
The report shows that within the month of July 2003 (three-month average basis), semiconductor equipment manufacturers received $763 million in orders and a book to bill ratio of 0.97, which signifies that $97 worth of new orders were received for every $100 of product billed.
The company also reported a 1.3:1 book to bill ratio during its fourth quarter of fiscal 2018 and cash usage declined 44% for fiscal 2018 compared to the prior year.