Brigham Young University

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Brigham Young University,

at Provo, Utah; Latter-Day Saints; coeducational; opened as an academy in 1875 and became a university in 1903. It is noted for its law and business schools. The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies and the Benson Agriculture and Food Institute are affiliated with the university. There is also a campus at Laie, Hawaii.
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Utah State, BYU, and the University of Utah are part of a consortium of eleven libraries called the Utah College Library Council (UCLC).
The latest results --achieved by a group from LANL, BYU and the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory at Idaho Falls--show an average of 150 fusions of deuterium and tritium nuclei catalyzed by a single muon rather than the one-per-muon or so that earlier predictions expected.
In that game, Tami Alade had 14 blocks, Kathryn Plummer had 12 kills and Morgan Hentz had 20 digs and Stanford beat BYU 25-15, 25-15 and 25-18 to advance to the NCAA volleyball championship for the 16th time.
"You probably have to eat a lot of cocoa, and you probably don't want it to have a lot of sugar in it," said study author Jeffery Tessem, assistant professor of nutrition, dietetics and food science at BYU. "It's the compound in cocoa you're after."
The study titled "Tightwads and spenders" was published in the Journal of Financial Planning, and was based on data from BYU's Flourishing Families Project (FFP).
"In my opinion, she is as good as there is in the country and she showed that today," BYU coach Gordon Eakin said of Hawkins, who improved to 28-3 and lowered her ERA to 1.35.
According to attorney Mark Bettilyon of Ray Quinney & Nebeker, who represented BYU and Simmons, Monsanto agreed to protect the intellectual property and include Simmons on any patents.
Coventry's Wayne Andrews moves the ball down field past BYU defenders Morgan Gilliam, left, and Justin Norton, right.' KEEPING TABBS on JAY ...
Grierson says the school's action surprised him, especially since the Mormon Church, which owns and directs BYU, had recently held out an olive branch to gay members--saying they were welcome as long as they remained celibate.
Because WordPerfect's offices were just minutes from BYU's Provo, Utah, campus, the university was an early adopter of WordPerfect products and has always had a close relationship with the company.
Kagel looks back at that September 1992 evening session in Hafen's third-floor office of the BYU Abraham Smoot building with sadness and regret.