BAU

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AcronymDefinition
BAUBusiness As Usual
BAUBangladesh Agricultural University
BAUBehavioral Analysis Unit (FBI NCAVC)
BAUBaryon Asymmetry of the Universe
BAUBeirut Arab University (Lebanon)
BAUBande d'Arrêt d'Urgence (French: Emergency Lane; various nations)
BAUBirsa Agricultural University (India)
BAUBus Adapter Unit (interface)
BAUAl-Balqa' Applied University (Jordan)
BAUBelgian Association of Urology
BAUBioequivalent Allergy Unit
BAUBiarritz American University (1945-1946; France)
BAUBouton d'Arrêt d'Urgence (French: Emergency Stop Button)
BAUBeacon Airfoil Unit
BAUBusiness Administration Unit
BAUBase Audio Package
BAUBauru, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Airport Code)
BAUBaseband Assembly Unit
BAUBank Addressable Unit
BAUBase Anesthesia Units (medical)
BAUBaseline Assembly Unit
BAUBackward Adaptive Update
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Belov's best known novels include "Business as Usual" (1966), "Eves" (19721987), "Everything's Ahead" (1986) and "The Year of a Major Breakdown" (19891994).
Our partnership with PECB enables us to help our clients to ensure they work according to the ISO standards and for their staff to have improved career prospects by getting personal certifications,” said Rinske Geerlings, Managing Director of Business As Usual.
Chief Supt Gordon Milward, of Northumbria Police said: "Although Berwick will be busy on Saturday, we really want to stress that it's 'business as usual' in the town for the local community and local businesses.
With Callan taking over from Philip Robinson, Business As Usual went one better over a mile at Newmarket 17 days later.
But what is business as usual? And if usual is normal, isn't it time for a new normal?
But Business As Usual, trained by Michael Jarvis, has plenty of ability and he could be competing at a higher level next season.
McCarthy said: "They will all be wanting the carnival stuff and the fanfare and turning up and giving it large and the big yahoo, but it's business as usual as far as I am concerned."
Bmi reported Friday it was "business as usual across all bmi group operations" and said it experienced a "minimum of delays" to its 170 daily flights to the UK, Europe, India and Saudi Arabia.
It showed that it is business as usual for London and Londoners."
"We knew that we could not continue to do business as usual, that we had to be about the business of creating jobs," says Robinson.
We must end the practice of perfunctory disclosures followed by business as usual. We must admit that the usual approach to announcing conflicts is often a sham.
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