BATR

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BATRBouncing Around the Room (Phish song)
BATRBreaking All the Rules
BATRBritish Association of Toy Retailers
BATRBusiness Asset Taper Relief (taxation)
BATRBay Area Technical Recruiters
BATRBullets At Target Range (USAF/USN)
BATRBande d'Atterrissage Train Rentré (French)
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The British Association of Toy Retailers has 400 member companies, which operate around 2,000 retail outlets, from large chains to small independent retailers (see the address above).
The British Association of Toy Retailers began its prestigious annual toy awards back in 1965.
If the 2003 Christmas list,as predicted by the British Association of Toy Retailers (BATR),is anything to go by you could be forgiven for feeling a bit of deja vu doing your festive shopping.
Head of the British Association of Toy Retailers Val Steadham said: "The Turtles date from 1987 when they were a global sensation and top of every child's Santa list and now it looks like a new generation could go crazy for them.
The British Association of Toy Retailers, which represents 85 per cent of toy shops, was today expected to predict MicroPets would head the best- seller list.
Suitable for children of three years and upwards, this toy was voted Best Girls' Toy 2001 by the British Association of Toy Retailers.
Officials at the British Association of Toy Retailers said they were "seriously concerned" by the software.
Moira Downie, of the British Association of Toy Retailers, said: "No High Street retailer will sell fake toys.
According to the British Association of Toy Retailers (BATR), the country's watchdog on what's hot and what's not in the world of toys, those enjoying a revival are the ones that will be vying for the number one slot in the Christmas Top 10 Best Selling Toys.
Gerry Masters, secretary of the British Association of Toy Retailers after two women appeared in court following a punch-up over a Teletubby.
Gerry Masters, of the British Association of Toy Retailers, said: "There are only 150,000 or so dolls coming in about one week before Christmas.
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