SMB

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AcronymDefinition
SMBServer Message Block (protocol)
SMBSmall and Medium Business
SMBSeven Mile Beach (Cayman Islands)
SMBSuper Mario Brothers (game)
SMBStaatliche Museen Zu Berlin (national museums in Berlin)
SMBSan Miguel Beer
SMBSmå og Mellomstore Bedrifter
SMBSuper Monkey Ball (video game)
SMBSession Message Block (Samba)
SMBSocial Media Breakfast (networking)
SMBSuper Meat Boy (video game)
SMBSamba
SMBServer Message Buffer
SMBSmart Bits
SMBServer Management Board
SMBSpeed Matching Buffer
SMBSystem Message Block
SMBServer Message Block
SMBSubminiature Type B
SMBSession Message Block
SMBSurface Marker Buoy
SMBSpirit, Mind and Body (various organizations)
SMBSystem Management Bus
SMBSteve Miller Band
SMBSimulated Moving Bed
SMBSafety Monitoring Board (US NIH)
SMBSociety for Mathematical Biology
SMBSage Master Builder (Sage Software)
SMBSalaire Mensuel de Base (French: Monthly Base Salary)
SMBShared Mailbox
SMBSpartan Marching Band (Michigan State University)
SMBSurface Mass Balance
SMBSouthwest Missouri Bank
SMBSoil Microbial Biomass
SMBShared Memory Buffer (VME boards)
SMBShanghai Meteorological Bureau (Shanghai, China)
SMBSingle-Mask Bumping
SMBScreaming Mechanical Brain (band)
SMBSad Mackem Bastard
SMBShin-Marunouchi Building (Japan)
SMBSan Miguel, Bulacan (Philippines)
SMBState Marketing Board
SMBSecret Men's Business
SMBSouth Mountain Batholith
SMBSchool Management Board
SMBSecretary's Morning Brief (US FEMA)
SMBSupersonic Molecular Beam
SMBSystem-Managed Buffering (Virtual Storage Access Method)
SMBSociété Multinationale de Bitumes (French: Bitumen Multinational Corporation; Côte d'Ivoire)
SMBSociété Médicale Balint (French: Balint Medical Society; est. 1966)
SMBSunderland Message Board
SMBSociété Médicale de Biothérapie (French: Medical Society of Biotherapy)
SMBSarap Mag-Beer (Tagalog: San Miguel Beer)
SMBSarap Maging Barkada (Tagalog: It's fun to have friends)
SMBShannon-McMillan-Breiman Theorem
SMBSelf Mating Beam (aluminum construction)
SMBStandoff Minefield Breacher
SMBSystems Management Board
SMBSub-Miniature B Connector
SMBSaint-Médard Basket (French: Saint Médard Basketball; est. 1999)
SMBSurface Mounted Board
SMBSan Miguel Brewery Corp.
SMBSinhalaye Mahasammata Bhumiputra Party (Sri Lanka)
SMBSeparate Mechanized Brigade
SMBSpace Medicine Branch (Aerospace Medical Association)
SMBSociété Monégasque de Bureautique (French: Monaco Office Company)
SMBSociété Méridionale du Bâtiment (French: Southern Building Company)
SMBSociété Métallurgique de Bretagne (French: Metallurgical Company of Britain; est. 1926)
SMBServices et Métiers du Bois (French: Wood and Trades Services)
SMBService Maintenance en Betonnière (French: Cement Mixer Maintenance Service)
SMBSpecial Men's Business (Australia)
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The data relative to Marrakech Express and Secret Men's Business is organized as follows: Firstly, we consider the frequency with which the characters select engaging strategies, deciding either to communicate their anger following an antecedent (manifestation) or to deal with other characters' anger communication openly (response).
This is often true of specific characters, whose personality is constructed as rather sensitive and withdrawn, as is the case with Ian and Andy, in Secret Men's Business.
More recently, Boettcher's performance has been recognised by Yachting South Australia who named him SA Sailor of the Year and Secret Men's Business 3.
Stephen Ainsworth, Loki(left), with Garry Linacre (centre) and Geoff Boettcher, Secret Men's Business 3.
George Barton Trophy (First IRC Division 1) Secret Men's Business 3.
Bill Owen Memorial Trophy (presented to navigator of winning yacht corrected time) Steve Kemp, Secret Men's Business 3.
While ORCi is gaining support among Australian yachtsmen, some of the leading grand prix racing yachts competing in IRC did not enter ORCi as well, including Overall IRC winner Secret Men's Business 3.
There was a very impressive assortment of good boats, especially in the 45ft-50ft range--Quantum Racing (Ray Roberts), Living Doll (Michael Hiatt), Flirt (Chris Dare), Shogun (Robert Hanna), XLR8 (Graeme Troon), Hardys Secret Men's Business, and Challenge, sailed by that perennial legend of offshore racing in Victoria, Lou Abrahams.
That yacht's sister ship, the well campaigned South Australian entry, Hardys Secret Men's Business, was third and the Corby 49, Flirt, from Melbourne, fourth.
There were three Cookson 50s--Pussy Galore (Anatole Masfen), Living Doll (Michael Hiatt) and the new Aero (Eoin Fehsenfeld), two Reichel-Pugh 46s--Hardys Secret Men's Business (Geoff Boettcher) and XLR8 (Graeme Troon), and two DK 46s--Quantum Racing (Ray Roberts) and Dekadence (Philip Coombs).
Secret Men's Business (Geoff Boettcher) was second overall and Division 1 winner.