EBR


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EBREnterprise Business Representation (various companies)
EBREast Baton Rouge
EBRExtended Boot Record (computing)
EBREngin Blindé de Reconnaissance (French: Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle)
EBREncyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception
EBRExperimental Breeder Reactor
EBREmbedded Block Ram
EBRExternal Beam Radiation
EBRExtended Boot Record
EBRElectron Beam Recorder
EBREnvironmental Bill of Rights (Ontario, Canada)
EBREuropean Business Register (European Economic Interest Group)
EBRElectronic Book Review (peer-reviewed journal)
EBREnhanced Battle Rifle
EBREstablished Business Relationship
EBRElectronic Batch Record
EBRExperience Based Repair
EBREdge Bead Removal (semiconductor wafer manufacturing)
EBRExternal Beam Radiotherapy
EBRElectron-Beam Recording
EBRErik Buell Racing (East Troy, WI)
EBREfficacité Biologique Relative (French: Relative Biological Effectiveness)
EBREvil Black Rifle (slang for black color of AR-15 rifle)
EBREvidence Based Research, Inc (Vienna, Virginia)
EBREquity Backing Ratio
EBREnhanced Bit Rate
EBREnterprise Backup and Restore
EBRExtra-Budgetary Resources (India)
EBRExchequer Borrowing Requirement (Ireland)
EBREast Border Region (Ireland)
EBREndogenous Biological Regulators
EBREagle Board of Review (scouting)
EBRExtended Business Reporting
EBRElgin B. Robertson, Inc. (Dallas, Texas)
EBRElectronic Badge Reader
EBRExternal Backup and Restore
EBREffective Bit Rate
EBRExtended Bandwidth Request
EBREvents-Based Routing
EBREvidence Based Reimbursement
EBREuropean Blue Review (UK TV show)
EBREnhanced Book Replacement
EBRExecutive Business Review
EBRElectronic Business Relationship (e-business term relating to customer relationship management)
EBREconomic Based Reliability
EBRExclusive Buyers Realty (San Antonio, Texas)
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(EBR: TIG), where she is also part of the management team.
New Delhi [India], Aug.16 ( ANI ): The Union Cabinet on Wednesday gave its approval for raising Extra Budgetary Resources (EBR) of up to Rs.
Belgian insurerA AgeasA (EBR:AGS) said Monday it had agreed to form a life insurance joint venture, MB Ageas Life, in Vietnam together with Muang Thai Life Assurance and Military Bank, which is the third-largest private bank of Vietnam.
The company also plans to set up a wholly- owned arm in the US for research, development and consulting services, distribution and marketing after the setback with EBR. Explaining the decline in net profit the company said, " This ( profit after tax) is after impairment of ` 155.04 crore ($ 25 million) of equity investment in Erik Buell Racing, Inc.
The two concepts can be used to describe similar methods and have been used as synonyms (even within my own work), but a composition scholar coined RAD, whereas EBR originated in human medicine and was, initially, understood as antithetical to qualitative research (Denzin and Lincoln 7).
Inotec's EBR provides electrons to microbes in reactor environments using low-DC voltage potential (1-3 volts) and mA current in configurations that provide an electron density gradient or a controlled electron density.
The company will debut its new line of global products early next year, with three new engines and a 250cc sports bike developed by EBR.
Conservative treatment of EBR can fail for various reasons, such as dysfunction of the catheter, concomitant vaginal/rectal injuries or pelvic ring fracture which require internal fixation.[sup.6,8] In addition, blood clot formation might result in urinary catheter occlusion and thus inadequate drainage.
The huge scale-up and the massive shift in nuclear safety standards in the 50 years since EBR II was designed mean that Prism would be an essentially new design, with all the risks that brings.
Markets revised down its stock recommendation for Belgian car distributor D'Ieteren (EBR:DIE) to "hold" from "buy", without giving a price target.
The Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR) introduced by the NDP government in 1993 was drafted by an independent Task Force which opted for ministerial accountability as the appropriate mechanism for enforcing compliance, but supported by a parliamentary officer, the independent Environmental Commissioner (ECO).