Bau

(from the article `Fiji`) These opportunities for new wealth and power, symbolized by the acquisition of muskets, intensified political rivalries and hastened the rise of the ...
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Bau

[island] Bau (pronounced ˈmba.u) is a small island in Fiji, off the east coast of the main island of Viti Levu. Bau rose to prominence in the mid-1800s and became Fiji dominant power until its cession to Britain it has maintained its influence in politics and leadership right through to modern Fiji. ==Territories and landmarks== Bau is the...
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Bau

[village] Bau is the main village on Bau Island, Fiji. Once integral to the power and economy of the chiefly village, the villages of Lasakau (traditional fishermen) and Soso (traditional carpenters) are also located on the twenty-two acres Island which became the centre of traditional power throughout the Fiji Islands in the nineteenth cen...
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BAU

acronym: business-as-usual
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bau

back at you
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BAU

Behavioural Analysis Unit
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BAU

Business As Usual
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Bau

in Mesopotamian religion, city goddess of Urukug in the Lagash region of Sumer and, under the name Nininsina, the Queen of Isin, city goddess of ... [1 related articles]
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Bau

Messenger or appearance of a deity
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