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Synonyms for baa

the cry made by sheep

Related Words

cry plaintively

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Within a year, his playing career was ended by injury but he went on to make a big impact in the administration of the game, with roles in English, Lions, World and, of course, Baa Baas rugby.
Wilson Shaw, the Scottish back who played for the Baa Baas in the 1930s, recorded his memories of the Saturday-night hop: "There was great friendliness from all the local people in Penarth, who never objected to some occasional horseplay at the dance.
Sedimo said as such BAA officials were supposed to have signed for withdrawal of money in the morning of May 8 to facilitate payment for processing of visas.
In 2006, nursery pupils in Oxfordshire were taught to sing "Baa baa rainbow sheep".
Baa Baa Black Sheep releases on March 9 in India, and is directed by Vishwas Paandya.
David Du, BAAs deputy general manager said, Currently, BAA boasts a fleet of 56 aircraft with a staff of 500 people.
Elaine Jinks-Turner, owner of Baa Brighouse, said: "The day was a real success and definitely highlighted a need for more fibre craft groups in the local area."
"Dropping the BAA name marks a symbolic break with the company of the past.
BAA said on Monday: "We still believe that the CC ruling fails to recognise that Stansted and Heathrow serve different markets."
The appeal was rejected last month and BAA was expected to turn to the Supreme Court.
The Commission's original ruling found there were problems which adversely affected passengers and airlines at all seven BAA airports, which at the time included Gatwick.
The watchdog told BAA in 2009 to sell three of their seven UK airports to promote competition but BAA are still fighting to keep Stansted.
The budget airport claims BAA has been bending the rules to jack-up the cost of things like landing and aircraft parking fees, which have doubled since 2007 despite falling passenger numbers.
Shaikh Talal was accompanied in the meeting by BAA vice-president Abdulrahman Askar, talents identification programme head Khaled Al Dossari, national teams director Saud Al Ghunaim, BAA technical manager Lounes Madene, and many of the young athletes.
British airport operator BAA offered ground staff a 2% pay rise plus a one-off payment of at least 500 pounds ($781), averting strikes which had threatened to close major UK airports, the Unite union said.