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- abbr. Bachelor of Theology
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Bhutan.
- British Telecom
- blood test
- bench trial
- abbr. Banten, a province of Indonesia.
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The resulting system satisfies AT, AT², BT, and BT², because A ’ Â¬ ~A and ~A
In fact, the term BT baal teshuvah is today essentially synonymous with “ben niddah,” and this may be why the term baal teshuvah is employed more frequently in the haredi world for designating a newly observant member of the community than in the Modern Orthodox world.
Unfortunatly what is centralized in BT are not the repositories of files but the repositories of shorcut to the files.
"Business from BT is stable," Mr. Nayyar said, adding that revenue stood at £ 74 million ($116.4 million) in the past quarter.
Reminds me of that rhyme they had the boys reciting in BT "This is my rifle, this is my gun, one is for shooting, the other for fun."
For example, BT is reselling mobile access from Vodafone to create its package.
Maybe BT is all talk, but many ISPs would love to see a company get away with this, so they can try the same thing.
With a 140 grain BT for the .270 and 7mm-08 and a 150 grain BT for the. 30-06, the. 30-06 drops only 2/10ths of an inch more at 200 yards with a 100 yard zero than the 270 and 3/10ths LESS than the 7mm-08.
Then we will describe an approach we call BT/BC that is much less well known but may have major advantages.
Apparently, BT is only contractually required to have it up and running one full business day after it goes out before any type of compensation is required.