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BIA

Abbr. for the Brick Industry Association, Reston, VA 201191-1525; formerly the Brick Institute of America.
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The roundtables are the first in a four-step process of developing BIA policy positions.
As one of the largest landholders in the BIA, he pays one of the highest levies, but said he hasn't seen value from the organization for years.
The delegation showcased key competitive advantages of BIA in the region in an effort to attract potential interest from international airlines and add new routes linking Bahrain to the world.
HM the King's Representative hailed Bahrain's international standing and achievements made in previous BIA versions, highlighting HM the King's unlimited support.
The tangible decrease in the number of companies results in a decrease in employee numbers, according to the BIA.
Although progress in the technology that is used to assess body composition with BIA is linked to the increased accuracy of %Fat, there still remains a paucity of studies that have examined the newer multi-frequency and the multi-segmental instruments.
BIA also hosted an industry gala dinner at the Gulf Hotel.
Differences between each method were plotted in Excel (Microsoft, Redmond, WA, USA) against their group mean [(BIA mean+DEXA mean)/2] to determine the directional bias of the BIA estimate.
With Labour and the Conservatives promising to move ahead with highspeed rail, it should eventually be possible to travel between BIA and Heathrow in less than 38minutes, against up to an hour's travelling time between Heathrow and the proposed Thames Estuary airport.
By engaging in de novo review of factual findings on appeal, the BIA was giving aliens two bites at the apple--two opportunities to present their facts.
Clearly slapdash security staff at BIA are far too busy taking toothpaste tubes away from tourists to carry out menial tasks like checking passports.