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Ba, symbol for the element barium.
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(chemistry)
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Abbr. for “bright annealed.”
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Egyptian myth the soul, represented as a bird with a human head
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ba

(networking)
The country code for Bosnia and Herzegowina.
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to drop the charges against B.A., saying she would take care of all compensation.
B.A.'s neighbors have been thanking him for his actions because they know that it was sheer luck that the intruders bypassed their houses and targeted his.
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Morris holds a B.A. in building construction from West Virginia State College and has completed graduate studies in engineering management at the school.
Education: B.A., Harvard University; J.D., Harvard Law School; Rhodes Scholar, Magdalen College, Oxford University