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BBWBig Beautiful Women
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BBWBasketball Wives (TV series)
BBWBig Bad Wolf
BBWBlack Bike Week (South Carolina)
BBWBig Breast Woman
BBWBorn to Be Wild
BBWBroadband Wireless
BBWBlackstone Bicycle Works (Chicago, IL)
BBWBig Black Women
BBWBroken Bow, Nebraska (Airport Code)
BBWBlack Box Warning
BBWBig Bottom Woman
BBWBetter Business Writing
BBWBath & Body Works
BBWBe Back Whenever
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BBWBaseball Writers Association of America
BBWBrake by Wire
BBWBasic Business Website
BBWBanned Books Week (est. 1982)
BBWBig Boned Woman
BBWBrass Band World
BBWBoston Beer Works (Boston, MA)
BBWBalfour Beatty Workplace (London, England)
BBWBuyer Beware
BBWBucharest Business Week (business newspaper)
BBWBusiness Building Workshop
BBWBig Bisexual Woman
BBWBitter, Bitter Weeks (band)
BBWBillericay, Brentwood and Wickford (UK)
BBWBasic Business Website (web design)
BBWBig Beached Whale
BBWBayrische Bohrerwerke (German: Bayrische Drill Works)
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Hyundai Mobis aims to complete development of the in-wheel motor and brake by wire this year and finish the e-Corner Module by 2021.
BRAKES: 'Brake by wire' electronic controls for the first time.
Some experienced riders baulk at the idea of ABS, but the Honda system employs brake by wire.
And this, along with the unobtrusive way it operates, is the greatest difference between conventional Combined-ABS systems and Honda's sophisticated brake by wire.
This system was first pioneered in the SL class and is the world's first brake by wire' system.
This includes the pioneering Sensotronic Brake Control - the world's first 'brake by wire' system, which in basic terms means reaction times are quicker than a conventional system, resulting in shorter stopping distances (about three per cent quicker at 70mph).
The brake by wire system works in two modes - one in traffic and the other as an aid to hill starts.
General Motors, parent company of Vauxhall, have spent a fortune developing fuel cells and recently I tested their pounds 10 million prototype, which is named Hy-wire because it also uses brake by wire, steer by wire and accelerate by wire technology.
In heavy trucks, brake by wire will "save lots of money in assembly, because you are not connecting plastic tubes and rubber hoses into the valves, you are connecting wires," he said.