JBAA

AcronymDefinition
JBAAJames Bay Athletic Association (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
JBAAJournal of the British Astronomical Association
JBAAJournal of the British Archaeological Association
JBAAJapan Business Aviation Association (Tokyo, Japan)
JBAAJane Brooks Alumni Association
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It spite of detailed obituaries appearing elsewhere, Gore's JBAA obituary only ran to a few lines.
BEIRUT: Tuition fees for all students registered in public schools in the village of Jbaa in Nabatieh will be covered by a local charity group, the National News Agency reported Wednesday.
Markwick's first JBAA paper was on 'Naked Eye Astronomy', published in the fourth edition of the Journal.
Nabatieh MP Mohammad Raad, who heads the Loyalty to the Resistance bloc, spoke about the developments in Egypt during a ceremony held by Jbaa municipality in honor of students who passed their official exams.
I am replying to Alex Vincent's letter in the JBAA 2012 October, regarding my paper on Isolated total lunar eclipses (ITLEs) in JBAA 2012 August.
On his arrival to Raad's village of Jbaa, Aridi met with local municipal officials and vowed that the ministry would kick off construction on a road linking the suburbs of Sidon to the village of Haboush in the Nabatieh region.
A report of NLC over Britain and Western Europe, 2009-2010 by the Director was published in the 2011 December issue of the JBAA (Vol 121, No 6).
According to the municipalities, 12 manmade lakes located in the Chouf towns of Mresti Jbaa, Khraibe, Bazaran and Barouk with capacities of 2,058 cubic meters, built at a cost at an estimated cost of $50,000 each "are so far successfully operating and rendering benefits to a number of Chouf towns and villages."
See page 147 in the June Journal (JBAA, 122(3), 147) for a description of how North Norfolk AS used an SQM to find their darkest local observing sites.
In the Chouf region, snow fell on Tuesday at elevations of 800 meters and above, blocking off mountain roads, particularly in Niha, Jbaa, Khreibeh, Betmeh, Barouk and Aley where the depth of snow reached a minimum of 25 centimeters.
Editor's note: 'William Maximilian Lindley', JBAA 122(3), 151
While browsing through my collection of the Mathematical Astronomy Morsels books by Jean Meeus for quite another reason, I came across a section which had an unexpected connection with a paper by Darren Beard in the 2012 April edition of the JBAA on asymmetry in lunar eclipses.