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B A F Shaheen College B A F Shaheen College or more precisely, Bangladesh Air Force's Shaheen College, is the largest primary, secondary and higher secondary institution in Bangladesh. The word "shaheen" means the Baaj, a mythical bird from the Sindbad tales.
B battery (vacuum tubes) In electronics, a B battery is any battery used to provide the plate voltage of a vacuum tube. It is sometimes colloquially referred to as a "dry battery" (although there's no reason why a "wet" battery of suitable voltage couldn't be utilised for the purpose) The term comes from the days of valve (tube) radios when it was common practice to use a dry battery for the plate (Anode) voltage and a rechargeable lead/acid "wet" battery for the filament voltage.
B class destroyer (1913) The B class of 1913 was a heterogeneous group of torpedo boat destroyers (TBDs) built for the Royal Navy in the late 1890s. They were constructed to the individual designs of their builders to meet Admiralty specifications, the uniting feature being a specified top speed of 30 knots and 4 funnels, although the funnel spacings differed between ships.
B C Joshi General Bipin Chandra Joshi was head of the Indian Army from 1993 to 1994, when he died of a heart attack. His prior service includes raising the Rashtriya Rifles in 1990 to fight an insurgency in Kashmir, as well as serving as a staff officer with aUN peacekeeping force in the Gaza Strip.
B level 'B' level course of DOEACC Scheme has been recognized by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt of India, as professionally equivalent to MCA Degree course. Students can acquire this qualification by undergoing this course and passing the examination conducted by the DOEACC Society.
B movie The term B movie originally referred to a motion picture made on a low or modest budget and intended for distribution as the less-publicized, bottom half of a double feature during the so-called Golden Age of Hollywood. Although the U.
B News B News was a Usenet news server developed at the University of California, Berkeley by Matt Glickman and Mark Horton as a replacement for A News. It was used on Unix systems from 1981 into the 1990s and is the reference implementation for the de facto Usenet standard described in IETF RFC 850 and RFC 1036.
B of the Bang B of the Bang is a sculpture designed by Thomas Heatherwick erected in Manchester, England. It is the tallest self-supporting sculpture in the United Kingdom and was constructed close to the City of Manchester Stadium in order to commemorate the success of the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
B postal area The Birmingham postal area covers the boroughs of Birmingham, Solihull and Sandwell and parts of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire. Other parts of the West Midlands county are covered by the Wolverhampton, Dudley, Walsall and Coventry postal areas.
B Package The B Package is a television news music package composed by musician Frank Gari. It was composed in 1996 and features up to 100 cuts of opens, closes, stingers, bumpers and promo beds in a hard-hitting action news format.
B symptoms B symptoms refer to systemic symptoms of fever, night sweats, and weight loss which can be associated with both Hodgkin's lymphoma and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The presence or absence of B symptoms has prognostic significance and is reflected in the staging of these lymphomas.
B unit A B unit, in railroad terminology, is a locomotive unit (generally a diesel locomotive) which does not have a driving cab, or crew compartment, and must therefore be controlled from another, coupled locomotive with a driving cab (an A unit). The term booster unit is also used.
B with stroke B with stroke (majuscule: , minuscule: ) is a letter of the Latin alphabet, formed from B with the addition of a bar, which can be through either the ascender or the bowl. It is used as a phonetic symbol representing a voiced bilabial fricative (IPA equivalent: ).
B'Boom: Live in Argentina B'Boom: Live in Argentina is a live album (2CD set) by the band King Crimson, released in 1995. All songs were recorded between October 6 and October 16, 1994 at the Broadway in Buenos Aires, Argentina, except for "Heartbeat" which was recorded in CĂłrdoba.
B'dg B'dg (pronounced like 'badge') is a character in the DC Comics series Green Lantern. His first appearance is in Green Lantern (current series) #4, and he also appears in the first issue of Green Lantern Corps: Recharge.
B'Ginnings Bâ€™Ginnings a/k/a B.Ginnings was a large musical showcase nightclub in Schaumburg, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, that opened in approximately 1974 The principal and most well-known owner was Danny Seraphine], the [[drummer for the supergroup rock band Chicago, who had had a hit song called Beginnings.
B'hoy and g'hal B'hoy and g'hal (meant to evoke an Irish pronunciation of boy and gal, respectively)Sante, Low Life, 77. were the prevailing slang words used to describe the young men and women of the rough-and-tumble working class culture of Lower Manhattan in the late 1840s and into the period of the American Civil War.
B'nai B'rith The Independent Order of B'nai B'rith (Hebrew: ×‘× ×™ ×‘×¨×™×Ş, "Sons of the Covenant") is the oldest continually-operating Jewish service organization in the world. It was founded in New York City by Henry Jones and 11 others on October 13, 1843.
B'nai B'rith Girls B'nai B'rith Girls or BBG is the women's order of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization (BBYO), an international youth-led high school sorority for Jewish youth. BBG as it is known today has thousands of members in chapters worldwide, including chapters in the United States, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Israel, and Canada.
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization B'nai B'rith Youth Organization (BBYO) is a worldwide youth-led organization for high-school age Jewish teens. It is separated into Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA), the young men's order, and B'nai B'rith Girls(BBG), the women's order.
B'nai Brith Perlman Camp The B'nai Brith Perlman Camp (BBPC) is a Jewish Summer camp located in Lake Como, Pennsylvania, USA. The camp first opened in 1954 on the site of former Camp Windsor and has also been know as Camp B'nai Brith (CBB).
B'nai Mitzvah According to Jewish law, when Jewish children reach the age of maturity (12 years for girls, 13 years for boys) they become responsible for their actions. At this point a boy is said to become Bar Mitzvah (Hebrew: ×‘×¨ ×ž×¦×•×”, "one (m.
B'nei Noah B'nei Noah or Children of Noah is an ancient part of the Jewish TraditionB'nei Noah are dsicussed throughout the Babylonian Talmud particullarly Sanhedrin 56-59a and Bava Kama 38b. The Mishneh Torah of the Rambam, a codification of the Talmud mentions laws in regard to non-Jews particularly in Laws of Kings and Wars..
B'Tselem B'Tselem (Hebrew ×‘×¦×ś×ť, "in the image of", as in Genesis 1:27) is an Israeli non-governmental organization (NGO) that describes itself as The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories. It was founded in 1989 by a group of Israeli public figures, including lawyers, academics, journalists, and members of Knesset.
B'wa Kell The B'wa Kell is a goblin mafia group in the Lower Elements in the Artemis Fowl book series. The group was co-headed by Briar Cudgeon and Opal Koboi, the antagonist in the fourth book of the series, The Opal Deception.
B-1 Lancer The B-1B Lancer is a long-range strategic bomber in service with the United States Air Force (USAF). Together with the B-52 Stratofortress and the B-2 Spirit, it is the backbone of the United States's long-range bomber force.
B-1 Seaplane B-1 Seaplane- built in 1919 by Boeing was the first commercialy avaliable seaplane. The frame was made out of wood and outliving 6 engines and travleing 350,000 miles delivering international airmail between Seattle, Washington and Victoria, British Columbia
B-10 recoilless rifle The B-10 recoilless rifle (Bezotkatnojieordie-10) (It is also known as RG82 in East Germany) is a Soviet 82 mm smoothbore recoilless rifle. It could be carried on the rear of a BTR-50 armoured personnel carrier.
B-17 Flying Fortress (computer game) B-17 Flying Fortress or B-17 Flying Fortress World War II Bombers in Action is a flight simulation/role play video game released in 1992 for DOS on the IBM PC compatible personal computer by MicroProse. Commodore Amiga and Atari ST versions were released a year later.
B-17, Queen of the Skies B-17, Queen of the Skies is a solitaire board wargame published in the US in 1983 by Avalon Hill and is a simulation of the experiences of a single B-17F Flying Fortress Bomber flying with the 8th Air Force in World War 2. The game was designed for solitaire play (in fact it is one of the very first purpose-designed solitaire games released in box form), but there are rules for a two-player game.
B-23 Dragon The Douglas B-23 Dragon was a twin-engined bomber developed by Douglas Aircraft Company as a successor to (and a refinement of) the B-18 Bolo. The design of the B-23 was very similar to that of the Douglas DC-3.
B-24 Liberator The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was an American bomber that was produced in greater numbers than any other American combat aircraft during the World War II and was used by most of the Allied air forces during the war. Designed as a heavy bomber, it served with distinction also as a maritime patrol bomber (known as the PB4Y in US Navy service) and as a heavy transport (where it was designated C-87 or C-109).
B-25 Mitchell The North American B-25 Mitchell (North American NA-62) was an American twin-engined medium bomber manufactured by North American Aviation. It was used with devastating effect against German and Japanese targets in every combat theater of World War II.
B-32 Dominator The Consolidated B-32 Dominator (Consolidated Model 34) was a heavy bomber made for United States Army Air Forces during the Second World War, and has the distinction of being the last Allied aircraft to be engaged in combat during WWII. It was developed in parallel with the Boeing B-29 Superfortress as a fallback design should the Superfortress prove unsuccessful.
B-33 Super Marauder The Martin B-33 Super Marauder (Martin Model 190) was conceived by Martin as a high-altitude derivative of the Martin B-26 Marauder, that might eventually replace it. The design was different in many ways, most notable in its twin tail (the B-26 had a single tail).
B-36B 44-92075 B-36B 44-92075 was a United States Air Force Convair B-36 bomber that crashed in northern British Columbia in 1950 after jettisoning a nuclear weapon. It was the first time in history that a nuclear weapon was lost.
B-52 (cocktail) The B-52 (also B52 or "Bifi") is a cocktail shooter, which, when prepared properly, results in three clearly visible layers. The layering is due to the different densities of the various liquors used in preparing the drink.
B-52 Memorial Park B-52 Memorial Park is located within the Orlando International Airport just off of the Beachline Expressway near runway 18L. It is a small, relatively hidden park featuring a retired B-52D Stratofortress #56-0687 from the Strategic Air Command of the now defunct McCoy Air Force Base.
B-52 Stratofortress trivia * Among its crew, the B-52 is affectionately known as the "BUFF", an acronym for "Big Ugly Fat Fucker" (or "Fellow" in some circles where profanity is not used). In some circles, Fat is replaced by Flying.
B-boy A B-boy/break-boy (male) or B-girl/break-girl (female) is a term for a person who is devoted to hip-hop culture. The term has come to refer more specifically to a male who practices what the media refers to as breakdance.
B-Bbar oscillation The existence of neutral B meson oscillations is a fundamental prediction of the standard model of particle physics. The theory predicts that the neutral Bs ("b sub s") mesons will change form between their matter and antimatter forms before the Bs decays.
B-Bender B-Bender is a system designed for Fender Telecaster guitars that enables a player to simulate a bending of a single B-string up to a whole tone (thus the name). The system includes levers and pulleys inside the guitar body that are activated by pulling a forward guitar strap, usually by pushing a guitar neck down.
B-H Analyzer A B-H Analyzer is an instrument that measures the AC magnetic characteristics of soft magnetic materials. It measures residual flux density (Br) and coercive force (Hc) and is used in manufacturing magnetic-related products such as hard disks and magnetic tape.
B-Reactor The B-Reactor at Hanford Site, Washington, was the first large scale plutonium production reactor ever built. The project was commissioned under the Manhattan Project, during World War II, to develop the first nuclear weapons.
B-Real Louis Freese (born June 2, 1970), known by stage name B-Real, is a Latin rapper of Cuban and Mexican heritage. He is best known for being the lead rapper in hip hop group Cypress Hill, who debuted with their self-titled album Cypress Hill in 1991.
B-spline *In the mathematical subfield of numerical analysis a B-spline is a spline function that has minimal support with respect to a given degree, smoothness, and domain partition. A fundamental theorem states that every spline function of a given degree, smoothness and domain partition, can be represented as a linear combination of B-splines of that same degree and smoothness, and over that same partition.
B-staging B-staging is a process that utilizes heat or UV light to remove the majority of solvent from an adhesive, thereby allowing construction to be â€śstaged.â€ť In between adhesive application, assembly and curing, the product can be held for a period of time, without sacrificing performance.
B-Sides & Rarities B-Sides & Rarities was released in March 2005 by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. It features over 20 years of the band's B-sides and previously unreleased tracks including tracks performed with Shane MacGowan and acoustic versions of "Deanna" and "The Mercy Seat".
B-type asteroid B-type asteroids are a relatively uncommon type of carbonaceous asteroid, falling into the wider C-group. In the asteroid population, B-class objects are abundant in the outer main-belt, and also dominate the high-inclination Pallas family which includes the second-largest asteroid 2 Pallas.
B-TAR The B-TAR is a digital musical instrument created by Benjamin Hammond at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. The basic concept is to utilize the computer keyboard as a controller for general MIDI and a built-in synthesizer (using Max) to provide a free musical instrument anywhere in the world to anyone with only a computer.
B-Toolkit The B-Toolkit is a collection of programming tools designed to support the use of the B-Tool, a set theory based mathematical interpreter, for the purposes of a formal software engineering methodology known as the B-Method.
B-Tribe B-Tribe is an alias for the German-born musician and producer, Claus Zundel. Driven by the use of Classical Spanish guitar, and other elements of flamenco music, mixed into trancy, ambient tunes, B-Tribe first hit the music scene in 1994 with Fiesta Fatal!.
B&B Theatres B&B Theatres is a small, family-owned and operated cinema chain in Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Founded in 1924, B&B currently operates or books 190 screens, and is the 33rd largest theatre chain in the nation.
B&H Airlines B&H Airlines was founded in 1994 as Air Bosna, the official airline of the Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the autumn of 2003, the airline ceased operations due to an increased debt that it could no longer repay.
B&H Photo Video B&H Photo Video, founded in 1973 and located in New York City, is the largest photo and video equipment store in the United States. The store is patronized by the majority of the city's professional photographers and videographers, serving 8,000 to 9,000 customers per day, while 70% of the company's business comes from their internet operation run from their warehouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yard located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
B&K Universal B&K Universal is a company that supplies laboratory animals and other services. It is based at Grimston, East Riding of Yorkshire, England which is situated approximatly 16 miles north east from Hull city centre.
B&massa B&Massa (pronounced BAND-mass-uh) (born Stephen Jay in Launceston, Tasmania on September 9, 1961) is a musician and composer based in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. He has played guitar from the age of 9 and began playing bass guitar at the age of 21, specialising in this instrument (when playing live) from the age of 25.
B&O warehouse The B&O Warehouse is a building in Baltimore, Maryland, adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards. It was constructed in 1899 and is commonly billed as the longest building on the East Coast of the United States.
B*-algebra B*-algebras are mathematical structures studied in functional analysis. A B*-algebra A is a Banach algebra over the field of complex numbers, together with a map * : A â†’ A called involution which has the following properties:
B*-tree A B*-tree is a tree data structure, a variety of B-tree used in the HFS and Reiser4 file systems, which requires nonroot nodes to be at least 2/3 full instead of 1/2. To maintain this, instead of immediately splitting up a node when it gets full, its keys are shared with the node next to it.
B*Witched B*Witched were an Irish girl group who enjoyed success in both the European and, to a lesser degree, the North American music scene throughout the late 1990's. They were characterized by their distinctive mixture of Irish folk music with mainstream pop.
B. A. Rolfe Benjamin Albert Rolfe (October 24 1879 - April 23 1956) was an American musician known as "The Boy Trumpet Wonder" who went on to be a bandleader, recording artist, radio personality and film producer.
B. Dexter Ryland Bert Dexter Ryland (October 10, 1941 -- June 28, 2005) was a state Ninth Judicial District Court judge in Alexandria, Louisiana, having served from 1990 until his death. In September 1996, Ryland was nominated for outstanding jurist by the Alexandria Bar Association.
B. Dusty Nathan Dusty Nathan began his career in journalism as a stringer at the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner before making his way east to write at the Washington Star. Later, Nathan toiled for more than a decade as a columnist for Gannett, the world's largest newspaper chain.
B. J. Tucker Baigeh Joe Tucker (born October 12, 1980 in Sierra Leone, West Africa) is a former American football cornerback who played for the Dallas Cowboys and most recently the San Francisco 49ers of the NFL. He went to the University of Wisconsin.
B. Montgomery Pettitt B. Montgomery "Monty" Pettitt is Hugh Roy and Lille Cranz Cullen Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at the University of Houston's Department of Chemistry, and director of Houston's Institute for Molecular Design.
B. R. Barwale Badrinarayan Ramulal Barwale, (b. 1931) is an Indian farmer and entrepreneur and the founder of Mahyco, the Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company - one of the first and largest private hybrid seed companies in India.
B. T. Roberts Benjamin Titus Roberts (1823â€“1893), first trained as an attorney, then entered the ministry in the Genesee Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church of New York State. His ministerial studies were done at Wesleyan University in Connecticut.
B. T. S. Atkins Beryl T. ("Sue") Atkins has been a professional lexicographer since 1966, first with Collins Publishers (now HarperCollins), where she was General Editor of the first 'modern' English-French dictionary, the Collins-Robert English-French Dictionary, then as Lexicographic Adviser to Oxford University Press, where she pioneered methodology for the creation of bilingual dictionaries from corpus data, ultimately resulting in the Oxford-Hachette English-French Dictionary.
B. V. Doshi Dr Balkrishna Doshi, a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects and a Fellow of the Indian Institute of Architects was born in Pune in 1927. After initial study at the J J School of Architecture, Bombay, he worked for four years with Le Corbusier as senior designer (1951-54) in Paris and four more years in India to supervise his projects in Ahmedabad.
B. W. Powe Bruce William Powe BA, MA (born 23 March 1955 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian author. Living in Toronto since 1959, he attended York University for English studies where in 1977 graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
B. Wayne Hughes Bradley Wayne Hughes (born September 28, 1933 in Gotebo, Oklahoma) is the billionaire founder and chairman of Public Storage, the largest self-storage company in America. Known all his life by his middle name, B.
B.C. Canada House The BC Canada House is a log house in Turin Italy built to promote the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, the City of Vancouver and the Province of British Columbia . The facility was built out of BC softwood that was damaged by the mountain pine beetle.
B.C. Women's Hospital & Health Centre BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre is a hospital located in Vancouver, British Columbia. BC Womenâ€™s occupies a unique and strategic position in Canada as the largest maternity hospital, a key leader in innovative specialized womenâ€™s health programs, and a national presence in the articulation of the womenâ€™s health research agenda.
B.J. Wilson Barrie James Wilson (18 March, 1947--8 October, 1990); born in Edmonton, London, England; was the original drummer of Procol Harum. He did not play on their hit single "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" (that was jazz session drummer Bill Eyden) but he did play on their later hit single, the live version of "Conquistador".
B.S. Christiansen Bjarne Slot Christiansen (mostly know as BS Christiansen) is a former professional soldier from the Danish special force army unit JĂ¦gerkorpset, who is currently working with coaching and team building. His many television appearances have made him a minor celebrity in his home country.
B1 Centauro The Centauro is a wheeled tank-destroyer designed for light to medium territorial defense and tactical reconnaissance. It was developed by a consortium of manufacturers, the Consorzio Iveco Fiat - Oto Melara (CIO).
B1 type submarine B1 Type (I-15 Series) submarines were the most numerous type of submarines of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. In total 20 were made, starting with number I-15, which became the name of the series.
B12 (band) B12 is a British electronic music duo consisting of Mike Golding and Steve Rutter. Golding and Rutter, who shy away from the press and rarely give interviews, have also released material under the monikers Musicology, Redcell and Cmetric, and distribute their material on their own B12 record label.
B1ff B1ff is type of internet slang that was created in the early days of the Internet by groups who felt they were being watched by government officials or corporations. This was a major step into full 1337 (Leet), however they originally had different purposes.
B2 class Melbourne tram Following the introduction of two B1 Class trams in 1984 and 1985, a total of 130 B2 class trams were ordered by the Victorian Government and built by Comeng (later ASEA Brown Boveri) in Dandenong, Victoria. They were introduced by the Metropolitan Transit Authority in 1987.
B205 B205 is the name of the Magnox nuclear reprocessing plant at Sellafield in northern England. This plant uses PUREX chemistry (based on tributyl phosphate (TBP)) to extract plutonium and uranium from used nuclear fuel.
B2cafelog b2cafelog, more commonly known as simply b2 or cafelog, is the precursor to the popular WordPress content management system (CMS). b2cafelog is estimated to have been employed on approximately two-thousand (2000) weblogs as of May 23, 2003.
B2Krazy B2Krazy were a dance pop group from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The group consist of two young instrumentalists, Zael and Brett (both born in 1985), rapper Revren (born in 1978), female lead singer GeneviĂ¨ve Marchesseau (born in 1975) and spiritual advisor Yahoo.
B2MML B2MML or Business To Manufacturing Markup Language is an XML implementation of the ANSI/ISA 95 family of standards (ISA-95), known internationally as IEC/ISO 62264. B2MML consists of a set of XML schemas written using the World Wide Web Consortium's XML Schema language (XSD) that implement the data models in the ISA-95 standard.
B32 Business Basic B32 Business Basic was a competitor to Data General Business Basic written by Murray Haszard in 1986. It ran on the Data General Eclipse MV line of computers initially, and was ported to Unix in 1989 and to DOS in 1991.
B3ZS B3ZS is an abbreviation for bipolar with three-zero substitution, a T-carrier line code in which bipolar violations are deliberately inserted if the stream of user data contains a string of 3 or more consecutive zeros.
B4 (TV series) B4 is an early morning music video programme broadcast since 2004 on weekdays on Channel 4 at 7am. It is normally broadcast as part of Channel 4's breakfast programming following children's programme The Hoobs and preceding a number of comedy programmes normally imported from America.
B46 nuclear bomb The B46 nuclear bomb (or Mk-46) was a tested but never deployed American high-yield thermonuclear bomb which was designed and tested in the late 1950s. Though originally intended to be a production design, the B46 ended up being only an intermediate prototype which was test fired several times.
B4C B4C is Chevrolet's Special Equipment Options (SEO) code for a "Special Service" police package Camaro. The B4C package has heavier-duty (HD) features over a non-police vehicle as well as some options specific to the installation of police equipment.
B5470 road The B5470 is a road in England, running from Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire to Macclesfield, Cheshire via Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire. The hilly and winding section between Whaley Bridge and Macclesfield is often called â€The Highwaymanâ€™ after a prominent roadside pub.
B612 Foundation The B612 Foundation is a private foundation dedicated to protecting the Earth from asteroid strikes. Their immediate goal is to "significantly alter the orbit of an asteroid in a controlled manner by 2015".
B6ZS B6ZS: Abbreviation for bipolar with six-zero substitution . In telecommunications, a T-carrier line code in which bipolar violations are deliberately inserted if user data contain a string of 6 or more consecutive zeros.
B7 (protein) B7 is a type of peripheral membrane protein found on activated antigen presenting cells (APC) that, when paired with either a CD28 or CD152 (CTLA-4) surface protein on a T cell, can produce a costimulatory signal to enhance the activity of a MHC-TCR signal between the APC and the T cell. (Coico et al.
B83 nuclear bomb The B83 nuclear weapon is a variable-yield gravity bomb developed by the United States in the late 1970s, entering service in 1983. It was based partly on the earlier B77 program, which was terminated due to cost overruns.
B855 road The B855 road is the most northerly road on mainland Britain. It is a classified single track road in Caithness, in the Highland area of Scotland, which links the A836 and Dunnet with Easter Head (Dunnet Head point) , across a distance of about 6 kilometres or 4 miles.
B8ZS B8ZS is an abbreviation for Bipolar with 8 Zeros Substitution, which is a method of line coding used in the T-carrier system which allows full 64 kbit/s per second per channel, though it does not allow for Clear Channel Capability (CCC - 64 Kbit/s)in and of itself. The service would still have to be point-to-point(PTP)and not switched through a digital switching network.
B92 B92 (Đ‘92) is a radio and television station in Belgrade, Serbia. Its target audience is chiefly urban, young and educated public, and its programs display fairly recognizable left and neoliberal political attitudes.
Ba (Open Constituency, Fiji) Ba Open is an electoral division of Fiji, one of 25 open constituencies elected by universal suffrage (the remaining 46 seats, called communal constituencies, are allocated by ethnicity). Like the other open electorates, it came into being in 1999 and was used for the parliamentary elections of 1999, 2001, and 2006.