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a material's opposition to the flow of electric current

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Without their efforts BIA would not be operating as smoothly and efficiently as it does today.
BAC is the authority responsible for enhancing BIA and increasing the airport's contribution to the local economy in line with the Bahrain Economic Vision 2030.
Taking into account the negative trend, as well as plans for an additional technological upgrade of the army, BIA proposes two measures to the President.
BIA is also considered a national pride being the gateway to the country and was the first summer stop in the morning hit TV show "Hala Bahrain" with a week of live coverage directly from the BIA passengers terminal.
With Labour and the Conservatives promising to move ahead with highspeed rail, it should eventually be possible to travel between BIA and Heathrow in less than 38minutes, against up to an hour's travelling time between Heathrow and the proposed Thames Estuary airport.
BIA generally followed its regulations for processing land in trust applications, although most of the criteria in the regulations are not specific and thus do not offer clear guidance for how BIA should apply them.
In its 2006 legislative and regulatory agenda, the BIA advocated for a more affordable and transparent health-care system, as well as workforce housing, an R&D tax credit, lower energy and fuel costs, and business-friendly environmental regulations.
Not at the Housewares Show but a focus for BIA at next month's tabletop market in New York is the Philippe Deshoulieres brand, for which BIA became the exclusive U.
More specifically, while the inspector general noted that additional funding is warranted, BIA failed to properly account for monies it has been allocated to oversee construction and management of detention facilities as well as for maintenance of facilities.
If recognized, they could acquire land with assistance from the BIA.
The genesis of the BIA occupation dates to 1996, when Byrd ignored requests by the Tribal Council to provide contracts and other financial records regarding public business.
That same day, the heads of the three tribes received a letter from the deputy assistant secretary for Indian Affairs, a political appointee by the name of Michael Anderson, informing them that BIA was refusing their request.
The BIA will begin to see the objectors in the fall to find out why they are opposed and to explain the benefits of the organization.
We call on the caretaker government and trade unions to curb populist rhetoric and activities and to move towards adopting pragmatic measures to assist Bulgaria's economic recovery instead," BIA says in a media statement, as cited by investor.
BIA registered 8,479,884 total passengers between January and December last year.