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BABA British English, B.A. American English /ˌbiː ˈeɪ/ noun [countable]  SEC (Bachelor of Arts) a first university degree in a subject such as history, languages, or English literatureBS, BSc, MABA in He has a BA in French. Susan Potter, BA
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BABooksellers interested in ordering copies should contact BA Marketing on as soon as possible.He graduated BA with honours in 1806.And if that were not enough, the Virgin affair still haunts BA.After failing to agree damages that BA would pay to Virgin, Mr Branson has launched new legal action.Often the member has not even seen the BA until the hearing.
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