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CBUCape Breton University (Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada; formerly University College of Cape Breton)
CBUChristian Brothers University (Memphis, TN, USA)
CBUCalifornia Baptist University
CBUConsumer Business Unit (various companies)
CBUCentral Bank of Uzbekistan
CBUCompletely Built-in Unit
CBUComplete Builtup Unit
CBUCluster Bomb Unit
CBUCopperbelt University (Zambia)
CBUCross-Border University (Finnish-Russian)
CBUCaribbean Broadcasting Union
CBUCluster Box Unit (mailboxes)
CBUClave Bancaria Única (Spanish: Single Banking Code; Argentina)
CBUCompletely Built Units
CBUCell Biology Unit
CBUContrat de Bon Usage (French: Contract of Good Use; health care)
CBUCollective Bargaining Unit
CBUCord Blood Unit
CBUConstruction Battalion Unit (Navy)
CBUColdwell Banker University (real estate; State College, PA)
CBUCompact Brewing Unit (Krups)
CBUConference Bridge Unit (US DoD)
CBUCore Business Unit
CBUCommodity Business Unit
CBUCapacity Backup Upgrade (IBM E-Server technology)
CBUCottbus Germany (airport code)
CBUChronic Baroreceptor Unloading
CBUCanisterized Bomblet Unit
CBUCentral Business Unit
CBUCity of Bloomington Utilities (munipal water company; Indiana)
CBUCelal Bayar Universitesi (Turkey)
CBUCalibrate Before Use
CBUCarbon Based Unit (human)
CBUConsistent Battlespace Understanding
CBUConsortium of British Universities (Pakistan)
CBUComplete Build-up Unit (vehicle manufacturing/shipping)
CBUCirculate Bottoms Up (oilfield)
CBUCumulative Rreath Units
CBUCement Board Unit
CBUCementious Backer Unit (cement board Used for supporting tile)
CBUCost Build Up (economics)
CBUCute but Useless
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The scheme entitled DOPLA (Development of Postgraduate and Language Assistants) originated at the University of Birmingham in England and has been extended, trialled, and tested over the past 3 years by a consortium of British universities. The program focuses on reflective practice.
Besides the Global Electronic Library, which the author's own firm has put on the World Wide Web, Jones reports on efforts by the Library of Congress, the University of California, the government of France, and a consortium of British universities to make primary research materials available at the click of a mouse to students and scholars everywhere.
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