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CBRACost/Benefit and Risk Analysis (various organizations)
CBRAColdwell Banker Residential Affiliates, Inc. (est. 1980)
CBRACalifornia Biomedical Research Association
CBRACanadian Biosphere Reserves Association
CBRACoastal Barrier Resources Act of 1982 (US)
CBRACanadian Book Review Annual
CBRACanadian Broadcasters Rights Agency
CBRACross-Border Research Association
CBRAComprehensive Business Risk Assessment (KPMG)
CBRACleaver-Brooks Representatives Association
CBRACommunities for a Better Rail Alternative (Michigan)
CBRAChesapeake Bay Radio Association (Maryland)
CBRAChecked Baggage Resolution Area (US DHS)
CBRACalifornia Beverage Retailers Association
CBRACommittee to Build Response on Autonomy
CBRAContour Beam Reflector Antenna
CBRACanterbury Bankstown Referees Association (Belmors, NSW, Australia)
CBRAColorado Barrel Racing Association
CBRAClinical & Biostatistical Research Associates
CBRACluster Bomb Rack Adapter (USAF B-52H)
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level rise and extreme weather events, the CZMA and the CBRA
A concentracao espermatica foi determinada atraves da contagem em camara de Neubauer (CBRA, 1998).
Coldwell Banker was honored with more awards from the Community Builders & Remodelers Association of NJ (CBRA) with Awards of Excellence during its recent gala event to highlight achievements in new home sales and marketing.
Dubai The Palestinian Children's Relief Fund (PCRF), together with the Community Based Rehabilitation Association (CBRA) Lebanon, is organising summer camps for Palestinian children in the Nahr Al Bared Refugee Camp under the theme of aeTogether for a Creative Generation'.
aWe will execute a transaction to securitize car loans, but it is not clear so far whether we will sell it on the marketa[bar] we may leave it on an SPV and use as a funding instrument for CBRa, he said.
Communities in certain high-risk areas, which are included in the 1982 Coastal Barrier Resource Act (CBRA), are restricted from receiving NFIP insurance.
The new super enforcer, the CBRA, would swallow up the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, while mainly focusing on securities firms, but also would deal with banks and insurance companies as well.
Now, is anyone ready for chemical, biological, radiological, and antimatter (CBRA) defense?
As early as 1982, Congress began to see the folly of promoting dangerous coastal development, and passed the Coastal Barriers Resources Act (CBRA, pronounced "Cobra").