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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering
  • abbreviation Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering
  • abbreviation Bachelor of Architectural Engineering
  • abbreviation Bachelor of Art Education
  • abbreviation Bachelor of Arts in Education

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Examples

  • Eventually Cobham will dedicate two RJ100s and three BAe 146s to the project, says BAE systems.

    HEADLINES

  • Reuters reported Wednesday that the company is one of three bidders interested in BAE Systems

    Airline Orders Boost Boeing Above Estimates, Stock Lifts Higher

  • Reuters reported Wednesday that the company is one of three bidders interested in BAE Systems

    Airline Orders Boost Boeing Above Estimates, Stock Lifts Higher

  • BAE is still in the picture though, and may offer a diesel version of the BAE Hagglunds-developed Splitterskyddad Enhetsplatform (SEP) electric hybrid vehicle, or a version of the Piranha, for which it holds a longstanding licence to market in the United Kingdom.

    All we need are the white flags

  • Because BAE is now offering anti-Wi-Fi “stealth” wallpaper.

    Anti Wi-Fi wallpaper

  • Officials said the long-term BAE, Ssmart and Signaal Hellas commitment will provide the Hellenic defense forces with advanced operational equipment and other technologies.

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  • BAE, which is Europe's largest defense company by sales, said it expects to see another year of "good growth" during 2008.

    Earnings Decline at BAE Systems

  • While applications in military hardware and motor-racing suggest a big price tag BAE believes it can make structural batteries relatively inexpensive.

    BBC News - Home

  • BAE, which is involved in the production of F-35 fighter jets, Eurofighter jets and Astute class submarines, raised its dividend payout to shareholders by 7.4% to 18.8 pence but said the outlook was uncertain.

    BBC News - Home

  • BAE, which is involved in the production of F-35 fighter jets and Astute class submarines, was expected to report an average EBITA of 2.12 billion pounds, according to a Thomson Reuters poll of 18 analysts.

    Reuters: Top News

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