British Association

Some articles on association, british association, british:

Baas
... and Sciences, a bachelor's degree offered at some universities Belgian Association of Ambulatory Surgery British Association for the Advancement of Science, now the British Science Association British Association for ...
Thread Standards - British Association Screw Thread
... established in the United Kingdom was the British Association (BA) screw threads, named after the British Association for Advancement of Science ... BA threads are specified by British Standard BS 931951 "Specification for British Association (B.A.) screw threads with tolerances for sizes 0 B.A ...
Howard Fox - Scientific Interests
... in science and supported the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society and the British Association ... At the British Association's Annual Meeting held in Nottingham in September 1893, he read a paper to the Geology Section "The radiolarian cherts of Cornwall" ... In 1884, he attended the British Association meeting in Montreal, Canada ...
Fox Family Of Falmouth - Science and Technology - Fox Family and The BAAS
... USA, with her nephew, Howard Fox, to attend the British Association meeting in Montreal and the meeting of the BAAS with the American Association in Philadelphia ... At the British Association's Annual Meeting held in Nottingham in September 1893, Howard Fox read a paper to the Geology Section "The radiolarian cherts of Cornwall" ...
List Of Trade Unions - United Kingdom - Current Unions
... Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen Associated Train Crew Union Association for Clinical Biochemistry Association of Educational Psychologists Association of Flight Attendants (UK)* Association of Local ...

Famous quotes containing the words association and/or british:

    ... a Christian has neither more nor less rights in our association than an atheist. When our platform becomes too narrow for people of all creeds and of no creeds, I myself cannot stand upon it.
    Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)

    The British blockade won the war; but the wonder is that the British blockhead did not lose it. I suppose the enemy was no wiser. War is not a sharpener of wits.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)