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RBCRoyal Bank of Canada
RBCRichmond (Amtrak station code; Richmond, Canada)
RBCRed Blood Cell
RBCRebuild Bad Credit
RBCRisk-Based Capital
RBCRotating Biological Contractor
RBCRegal Beloit Corporation
RBCRosBusinessConsulting (news agency, Russia)
RBCRushcliffe Borough Council
RBCRayleigh-Benard Convection (heat transport)
RBCResponsible Business Conduct
RBCRadio Broadcasting Company (various locations)
RBCRelationship-Based Care (health care)
RBCRed Bank Catholic (private school in Red Bank, NJ)
RBCRiverview Baptist Church (various locations)
RBCRed Blood Count
RBCRichard Bland College (Virginia)
RBCReal Business Cycle
RBCRwanda Biomedical Center
RBCRisk Based Concentration (health risk assessment)
RBCRoyal Body Care
RBCReally Big City (festival; various locations)
RBCRunnymede Borough Council (UK)
RBCRegional Business Center
RBCRadio Bible Class
RBCRodeo Bible Camp
RBCRushmoor Borough Council (UK)
RBCRules and Bylaws Committee (Democratic National Convention)
RBCRussia Business Council
RBCRed Blood Corpuscles
RBCRégiment Blindé du Canada
RBCRevista Brasileira de Cartografia (Portugese: Brazilian Journal of Cartography)
RBCRegional Building Committee
RBCReplacement Battery Cartridges
RBCReading Borough Council
RBCRifle Bore Cleaner
RBCRedlands Bicycle Classic (racing)
RBCRoyal Blue Classic (golf)
RBCRobert Burns Centre
RBCResurrection Baptist Church (various locations)
RBCReservation Business Committee (Indian tribes)
RBCRegulatory Barriers Clearinghouse
RBCRed Badge of Courage (book)
RBCRedox Biology Center (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
RBCRegional Broadband Consortia
RBCResearch Based Consultancy
RBCRiver Basin Center (University of Georgia)
RBCRoanoke Bible College
RBCReligious Brothers Conference (Catholic)
RBCRecognition by Components (Perception)
RBCRare Book Collection
RBCReduced Block Command
RBCRadio Block Center (railway)
RBCRock-Bottom Cost
RBCRenaissance Business Center (Memphis, TN)
RBCReformed Bible College
RBCRome Baptist Church
RBCRepublic Beverage Company (now Republic National Distributing Company)
RBCRobinson Building Complex (University of California, San Diego)
RBCReturn Belt Cleaner (Engineering Services & Supplies Pty. Ltd.)
RBCRomanian Baptist Church
RBCRetail-Based Clinic
RBCRochester Bicycling Club
RBCRural Broadband Coalition
RBCReliable Biopharmaceutical Corporation (Overland, MO)
RBCRuby Base Container
RBCretractable ballistics chart
RBCRevolutionary Boot Company
RBCRockford Business College
RBCReach Branding Club (marketing)
RBCRyukyu Broadcasting Corporation
RBCRomanian Business Consult
RBCRéseau de Base Canadien (French: Canadian Base Network)
RBCRochester Business Classic (charity golf event; Rochester, NY)
RBCRuss Berrie Company (various locations)
RBCRadiation Boundary Conditions
RBCRhodesian Broadcasting Corporation
RBCRotating Beam Ceilometer (meteorology, device measuring the height of cloudbase)
RBCRichland Baptist Church
RBCReston Bike Club
RBCRagdoll Breed Club (cats)
RBCRoaring Brook Consultants
RBCRaleigh Boy Choir
RBCRhythm and Blues Cafe (Cincinnati)
RBCRead, Bill and Collect (third party billing)
RBCReadiness Business Center
RBCReplaceable Battery Cartridge
RBCRaleigh Bridge Club
RBCRechargeable Battery Cell
RBCRookie Bridge Camp
RBCReykjavik Bagel Company
RBCRedlands Bible Church
RBCRegister of Business Consultants
RBCRytterparkens Bordtennis Club
RBCRockingham Bird Club
RBCRidgedale Baptist Church (Chattanooga, TN)
RBCRegion Business Center
RBCRack Based Console
RBCRemote Batch Control
RBCRecoverable Ballistic Capsule
RBCRikkyo Broadcasting Club
RBCRosen Babylonian Collection
RBCRainbow Bridge Club (Seattle, WA)
RBCRequirements Based Collection
RBCRegus Business Club
RBCRohit Broadcasting Corporation
RBCRed/Black Controller
RBCRiver Bridge Club
RBCRedundant Base-station Controller
RBCReliable Biopharmaceutical Company
RBCRadioactive Biological Chemical (gas mask filters)
RBCRevolutionary Book Club
RBCRemote Briefing Capability
RBCRB Chamberlin Middle School (Twinsburg, OH)
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With the publication of The Red Badge of Courage in 1895, Crane established his claim to be recognized as one of the eminent authors of his time.
In Crane's penultimate war story, The Red Badge of Courage, the narrator observes, "there was a consciousness always of the presence of his comrades about him.
As Pizer argues that George's Mother is a bridge between Maggie and The Red Badge of Courage, so does Pizer's brief section on George's Mother serve as the bridge between his in-depth studies of Maggie and Red Badge.
Over one-hundred years prior, but also in a palpable post-war period, we see a similar move in Stephen Crane's Red Badge of Courage: An Episode of the American Civil War.
CRANE, Stephen 1895: The Red Badge of Courage. New York: D.
In composing The Red Badge of Courage, Stephen Crane--a fervent sports participant and fan, especially of baseball and football--may have seen parallels between the challenges and fears that young athletes face and the travails of another kind of rookie--an untried young soldier facing the specter of battle.
"So we offered these sort of lawn and leaf bag things to people and some would use them but more typically people would stand in line for a couple of hours in order to be in the splash zone and they wore their colours proudly, like the red badge of courage, for sitting so close."
In his novella, Red Badge Of Courage, the American author Stephen Crane immersed his central character, Private Henry Fleming, in the midst of the bloody conflict that was the American Civil War.
In The Red Badge of Courage, he produced powerful war scenes by imaginatively embellishing stories he had heard and read.
The literature of war has long included works that resonate with teenagers, from Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Courage to Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl.
You serve your fellow disabled veterans with pride and dignity, just as you wear your red badge of courage with true American patriotism.
At the beginning of The Red Badge of Courage, Fleming clearly demonstrates the intensional orientation.