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AcronymDefinition
CAIBColumbia Accident Investigation Board (NASA)
CAIBCanadian Accredited Insurance Broker
CAIBCommunity Action Information Board
CAIBCaribbean Association of Indigenous Banks, Inc.
CAIBCalifornia Association of Independent Business, Inc.
CAIBCertified Associate of the Institute of Bankers (academic degree; South Africa)
CAIBCanadian Aerosol Information Bureau
CAIBComputer-Anwendungs- und Industrie-Beratungs-GmbH
CAIBCredit Agricole Indosuez Belgique
CAIBCalifornia Associated Insurance Brokers (San Francisco, CA)
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Five members of the space shuttle Columbia Accident Investigation Board, formed in 2003, have sent a letter to Congress in support of President Barack Obama's vision for NASA.
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In its report, the Columbia Accident Investigation Board had determined foam insulation that broke off during launch tore a hole in Columbia's left wing and warned that "if these persistent, systemic flaws are not resolved, the scene is set for another accident."
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The Columbia Accident Investigation Board blamed the failure on NASA's mismanagement, culture and attitude.
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