BTR

(redirected from By the River)
AcronymDefinition
BTRBy the River (various organizations)
BTRBig Time Rush (TV series)
BTRBoston Terrier Rescue (various locations)
BTRBiturbo Racer
BTRBus Timing Register
BTRBit Test and Reset
BTRBorn to Run (Bruce Springsteen song)
BTRBlitzkrieg Team Russia (gaming)
BTRBoard of Technical Registration
BTRRupee (currency of Bhutan)
BTRBack To Reality
BTRBureau of Tourism Research (Australia)
BTRThe Bridge to Recovery (health)
BTRBroad Temperature Range
BTRBias Transfer Roller (printing)
BTRBehind the Tape Reader
BTRBailed to Return (UK)
BTRBig Tent Revival
BTRBusiness Tax Reduction (Canada)
BTRBorn To Ride (motorcycling magazine)
BTRBritish Tax Review (journal)
BTRBatman the Ride (theme park ride)
BTRBear Trap Ranch (Colorado Springs, CO)
BTRBallasted Track Renewal (London Underground; London, UK)
BTRBuilt To Rule! (Hasbro action building set/toy)
BTRBiblio Tech Review (automation industry; Biblio Tech Limited; UK)
BTRBusiness Travel Request
BTRBachelor Till the Rapture
BTRBefore The Rain (band; movie)
BTRBus Transfer
BTRBelow Threshold Reprogramming
BTRBasic Training Record
BTRBronyetransporter (Soviet Class of Armored Vehicles)
BTRBit Transfer Rate
BTRBit Timing Recovery
BTRBudget Transfer Request
BTRBet the Ranch
BTRBent Trail Riders (Dayton, OH)
BTRBio-Technical Repair (Hormeta)
BTRBurn Time Remaining
BTRLaissez les Bon Temps Rouler (French: Let the Good Times Roll; Mardi Gras/New Orleans)
BTRBusiness & Technology Review
BTRBudget Time Recorder (now Time Clock Depot; time clock sales; various locations)
BTRBit Test & Reset
BTRBearing Time Recorder
BTRBoom Time Remaining (NASA)
BTRBasic Training Requirement(s)
BTRBasic Theoretical Research
BTRBaton Rouge, LA, USA - Ryan (Airport Code)
BTRBroadcast and Television Receiver(s)
BTRBlock Tape Recorder
BTRBelow Top of Rail
BTRBase Target Range
BTRBallast Tube Resistor
BTRBackfit Technical Review
BTRBusiness Talent Review (employee performance evaluation system)
BTRBase Time Record
BTRBranch Technical Review
BTRBladder Tumor Resection
BTRBanded Target Response
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They were aided in their quest by municipal boosters from Montana to Missouri who were panicked by the river's regular floods and believed the river's barge industry would benefit if the vessels could more reliably traffic the river.
First, most of the silt and sand carried by the river now drops out of suspension when the current meets the still waters at the head of Lake Powell.
On January 8, 1861 the Daily Memphis Appeal, for instance, reported that "three negroes, part of the crew of the Platte Valley were arrested by the river police yesterday for being in the state contrary to law ..." 76 One free black hand recalled that sometimes the authorities "would put us in jail at New Orleans." [77] Such experiences were apparently common enough.
The more efficient markets created by the river project brought the people of those towns into direct contact with both the idea and the concrete reality of commonwealth, a centrally organized polity whose institutions lay at some distance from them and yet determined much of their lives.
If the problems faced by the river were to be thus highlighted, it might become possible to define, for the benefit of all, the political/ecological threshold critical to rational discussion.
Most people put in along the road, which runs by the river; parking is available.
Human civilization emerged by the river, and perhaps that's where we'll evolve to the next level of civilization.
The concern that the communities have over the construction of the dams, explained Beardy, is because of the threat to the environment posed by the river's development.
According to this view, tectonic forces lifted the Colorado Plateau while sediments carried by the river and its tributaries gradually chewed their way downward to form the gorge.
We see how al-Samawi laments the grieving river, while at the same time lamenting the homeland, the suffering children of the homeland, the mothers bewailing their lost sons, even the flowers which grow in soil made fertile by the river: