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HBCHudson's Bay Company
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HBCHellenic Bottling Company (Coca-Cola)
HBCHepatitis B Core
HBCHarmony Baptist Church (various locations)
HBCHormonal Birth Control (pregnancy avoidance)
HBCHome Based Care
HBCHokkaido Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (Japan)
HBCHawker Beechcraft Corporation (Wichita, Kansas)
HBCHome Banking Computer
HBCHierarchical Binary Classifier
HBCHeavy Brushed Cotton (fabric)
HBCHopewell Baptist Church
HBCHartlepool Borough Council (UK)
HBCHeritage Bible Church (various locations)
HBCHavant Borough Council (UK town council)
HBCHope Bible Church (various locations)
HBCHealthcare Business Consultants (various locations)
HBCHertsmere Borough Council (UK)
HBCHelsinki Business College (Finland)
HBCHispanic Broadcasting Corporation
HBCHit By Car
HBCHistorically Black College
HBCHealth & Beauty Care
HBCHarbor Bay Club (Alameda, CA)
HBCHome Buyers Club (various locations)
HBCHansen Beverage Company (Corona, CA)
HBCHouse Budget Committee
HBCHyperbaric Chamber
HBCHousehold and Body Care
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HBCHongkong Bank of Canada (Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation)
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HBCHead Ball Coach (Steve Spurrier)
HBCHorwath Bastow Charleton (Ireland)
HBCHolland Boys Choir (est. 1984)
HBCHealth Benefits Coalition (healthcare)
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HBCHigh Butt Crack
HBCHouston Band Coalition (Houston, TX)
HBCHacked by Chinese
HBCHilltop Baptist Church (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
HBCHorst Brothers Construction (Clarkrange, TN)
HBCHale-Bopp Comet
HBCHeyington Bridge Crew (Richmond Eagles Football Club supporter group)
HBCHigh Brutality Clan (gaming)
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HBCHarvard Bridge Club
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The Thurgood Marshall College Fund is a TMCF is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, charitable organization with 47 member schools of publicly supported historically black colleges and universities that educate 80 percent of all students attending HBCUs.
William Arthur "Buddy" Blakey, 67, whose contributions to and advocacy for public and private historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) spanned more than rive decades, died Oct.
The cohort of institutions federally designated as historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) represents a unique collegiate context in the corporate system called American higher education.
In those articles, various aspects of the class were explained, including design of the experiential course in race relations, techniques implemented, student reactions and changes in perspectives on race relations, live-in experiences in homes of other races, and field trips to historically Black colleges.
We felt key to making a significant impact would be to partner with historically black colleges and universities to provide journalism degrees," said foundation CEO and President Judith G.
com)-- Standout players from the 105 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) throughout the U.
Arguably, the late Walter (Sweetness) Payton of Jackson State University is the most prolific player to graduate from a historically Black college.
WASHINGTON -- Leading higher education officials, including the presidents of the National Association For Equal Opportunity in Higher Education and the American Association of Community Colleges, have signed on to the first national articulation agreement between community colleges and historically black colleges and universities.
This article examines the inception of the first historically black college and university and discusses the current trends associated with the attrition of minority students.
What's particularly unsettling is that it was Georgia's only accredited library school, and its closure leaves only one library school program at a historically black college and university (HBCU), the state-funded North Carolina Central University in Durham.
At her inauguration, Bill and Camille Cosby made a $20 million donation to the school--at that time the largest single gift from individuals to any historically black college or university.
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