BAI

Battlefield Air Interdiction

Bai

Bai or baisaheb is a suffix added to the name of female members of the in the Maratha and Rajput dynasties. This type of suffix is also used in several kshatriya castes and in some of the tribal castes, for example the Lambadi. ...
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Bai

[n] - the Tibeto-Burman language spoken in the Dali region of Yunnan
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Bai

Baic noun the Tibeto-Burman language spoken in the Dali region of Yunnan
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Bai

[decoration] The Bai was an imperial Vietnamese decoration for merit. The decoration, an oblong shield of gold set with ten rubies was worn on a cord around the neck. It was given to meritorious princes, mandarins, generals, ministers and the highest civil servants. The decoration is very old but was reformed by the emperor Thành Thái in ...
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BAI

[file format] BAI, or the BAI file format, is a file format for performing electronic cash management balance reporting. The BAI format was developed and previously maintained by the Bank Administration Institute (BAI). One common application of the BAI format is for use by banks to transmit returned item data to customers (for example, che...
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BAI

[organization] BAI (Bank Administration Institute) is the leading professional organization for the financial services industry, especially in the United States. ==Organization== BAI publishes a trade journal called BAI Banking Strategies and disseminates information through seminars, research, graduate schools, training and conferences (e....
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BAI

Battlefield Air Interdiction.
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bai

Bye
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Bai

Chancellor of Ramses Siptah, 19th dynasty
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Bai

people of northwestern Yunnan province, southwest China. Minjia is the Chinese (Pinyin) name for them; they call themselves Bai or Bo in their own ... [1 related articles]
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bai

popular rhythm from north-eastern Brazil.
Found on http://www.carnaval.com/bahia/glossary/
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