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BABritish Airways
BABachelor of Arts (degree)
BABosnia and Herzegovina (top-level domain name)
BABratislava (Slovakia)
BABath (postcode, United Kingdom)
BABusiness Administration
BABay Area (of San Francisco)
BABank of America
BABack Again
BABad Ass
BABahrain
BABritish Association
BABrand Ambassador (various companies)
BABatting Average (baseball)
BABuenos Aires
BABusiness Analyst
BABen Affleck (actor)
BABudget Activity
BABronze Age
BABahia (Brazil)
BABryan Adams
BABudget Authority
BABell Atlantic (telephone company; now Verizon)
BABritish Academy (UK)
BABilling Address
BABlack Arrow
BABroker Associate (real estate)
BABronchial Asthma
BABarium
BABreast Augmentation
BABeer Advocate (website)
BABruce Almighty (movie)
BABritish Aerospace
BABerufsakademie (German; University of Cooperative Education)
BABlood Angels (gaming clan)
BABombardier Aerospace (aircraft manufacturer)
BABank Austria (Austrian Bank)
BABreathing Apparatus
BABlocks Against (basketball scoring)
BABioavailability
BABeauty Advisor (various companies)
BABiological Assessment
BABreathing Air
BABaseball-Almanac
BABombs Away
BABritish Association (screw thread)
BABowling Association
BABrewers Association (Boulder, Colorado)
BABrutal Attack (band)
BABarrel Aged (beer)
BABenefits Administrator
BABuilding Automation
BABowling Alley
BABooksellers Association
BABad Attitude
BABosnia Hercegovina (ISO country code)
BABusiness Aviation (charter flights)
BABell Aliant (Canada)
BABack Angle
BABundesanstalt für Arbeit (German: federal job office)
BABad Apples (Guns N' Roses song)
BABasal Area
BABile Acid
BABnei Akiva (Jewish Zionistic youth group worldwide)
BABritish Archaeology (magazine; Council for British Archaeology)
BABlaqk Audio (band)
BABuffer Amplifier
BABoeing Aerospace
BABrachial Artery
BABenefits Agency (UK)
BABibliotheca Alexandrina (Alexandria, Egypt)
BABus Adapter
BABiosecurity Australia (created October 2000)
BABudget Analysis
BABalloon Angioplasty
BABiological Abstracts
BABari, Puglia (Italian province)
BABinding Acknowledgement
BABasic Access
BABeerenauslese (German wine)
BABe-Arsed
BABasic Agreement
BABusiness Agent (labor unions)
BABlood Agar
BABehaviour Analysis (psychiatry/psychology)
BABasic Allowance
BABiblical Archaeologist
BABankers' Acceptance (finance)
BABattle Area
BABass Amplifier
BABonne Action (French: good deed)
BABank Asia (Bangladesh)
BABare-Assed
BABrandy Alexander (cocktail)
BABill Acceptor
BABraking Action
BABattlespace Awareness
BABroward Alliance (Florida, USA)
BABank Angle
BABasic Assembly
BABearing Area
BABuilding Approval
BABangladesh Army
BABuoyancy Aid
BABritish Africa
BABaccalaureus Artium (Bachelor of Arts degree)
BABudget Authorization
BABoston Acoustics, Inc. (speaker maker)
BABayard-Alpert (ionization gauge; physics)
BABus Arbiter
BABattlefield Area
BABattlefield Awareness
BABurglary Alarm (alarm industry)
BABlack Ajah (Wheel of Time series)
BABridge Architecture
BAByte-Addressable
BABilling Adjustment
BABotrytis Affected (wine; Botrytis Cinerea, aka Noble Rot)
BABacteriologic Algorithm (computing)
BABehaviour Aggregate
BABible Advocate
BAB'nei Akiva
BABridge Administration
BABachelieres Arts (degree)
BABinary Add
BABar Arcade (IRC network)
BABritish American Oil Company (pre Gulf Oil)
BABattle Assembly
BABergen Academies (Hackensack, New Jersey)
BABallistic Aggregation
BABuild & Acquire (system development)
BABison Ambassadors
BABattery Adjust
BABusiness Area/Application
BABattle Allocation (Carnage Blender gaming)
BABattery Activate
BABattle Allocation (gaming)
BABranch Assistant, National Staff
BABridging Alternative
BABobtopian Army (gaming clan)
BABridle Arrester
BABitaddict.org (Finnish Pprivate torrent tracker)
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