The case was brought to light last November after a lawmaker from the Future Movement claimed that over 100 types of drugs had been illegally imported into the country with forged stamps, health minister signatures and Beirut Arab University laboratory tests.
What does BAU stand for?
BAU stands for Beirut Arab University (Lebanon)
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We have 23 other meanings of BAU in our Acronym Attic
- Bangladesh Agricultural University
- Bank Addressable Unit
- Baryon Asymmetry of the Universe
- Base Anesthesia Units (medical)
- Base Audio Package
- Baseband Assembly Unit
- Baseline Assembly Unit
- Bauru, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Airport Code)
- Beacon Airfoil Unit
- Behavioral Analysis Unit (FBI NCAVC)
- Belgian Association of Urology
- Biarritz American University (1945-1946; France)
- Bioequivalent Allergy Unit
- Birsa Agricultural University (India)
- Black Artists Union (Canada)
- Bouton d'Arrêt d'Urgence (French: Emergency Stop Button)
- Bus Adapter Unit (interface)
- Business Administration Unit
- Business As Usual
- Brazilian American United Association, Inc. (Newark, NJ)
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A number of strategic agreements were also signed during the conference, including a MoU between HBMeU and Beirut Arab University to work together on various initiatives related to e-learning such as research, publications, scientific conferences, seminars and events.
Bahbahani, 70 is a history graduate of the Beirut Arab University and holder of a business diploma from Geneva University.
Kamilia's final marks proved good enough to guarantee her the financial support she needed to fulfill her dream of studying health sciences at the Beirut Arab University, UNRWA reported.
Joseph University (USJ) and the Beirut Arab University (BAU), are expanding and updating their programs, AN NAHAR's report said.
The late Haddad earned his BA in Arabic Literature from Beirut Arab University and began his journalistic career in early 1960s when he worked at the political section in Jordan Radio & Television.
But the riot spread into the neighbourhood around Beirut Arab University as supporters of the two sides rushed to join in.