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BOAC

(formerly) abbreviation for
(Aeronautics) British Overseas Airways Corporation
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Roland de Jesus, director of the MGB in Mimaropa (Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan) region, said an eight-member team sent to the area found leaks in a diversion tunnel of Marcopper's Makulapnit dam in Barangay Hinapulan in the capital town of Boac.
Quoting the local power cooperative, Josue said it might take a week before power returns in Boac alone.
The weather was improving but the evacuees could not go home yet because many houses were destroyed,' said Boac planning officer Luna Manrique.
Mr Wafa, who is founder and executive chairman of Unitag Group, spoke about the aviation industry in the region, his life experiences and business ventures that began with working with the BOAC (British Airways) in Kuwait.
Also on this day: 1777: George Washington was defeated at Germanstown; 1821: Death of Scottish engineer John Rennie; 1884: Birth of American writer Damon Runyon; 1895: The first US Open Golf Championship took place at Newport, Rhode Island; 1905: Orville Wright became the first man to fly an aircraft for over 33 minutes; 1911: The first public escalator was opened at Earl's Court Underground Station; 1958: BOAC (now British Airways) began the first transatlantic passenger jet service operating two Comet IV jets; 1957:The world's first artificial satellite, Sputnik I, was launched by the USSR.
RESIDENTS of Boac, the capital town of the island province of Marinduque, would soon access the internet for free in several public areas and schools as the local government works to plug the digital divide.
1777: George Washington was defeated at Germanstown; 1884: Birth of American writer Damon Runyon; 1895: The first US Open Golf Championship took place at Newport, Rhode Island; 1905: Orville Wright became the first man to fly an aircraft for over 33 minutes; 1911: The first public escalator was opened at Earl's Court underground station; 1958: BOAC (now British Airways) began the first transatlantic passenger jet service operating two Comet IV jets; 1970: Death of American rock singer Janis Joplin from a heroin overdose in her Hollywood motel room.
The sight of bluish green water flowing through the Boac River in Marinduque province has raised suspicions of a high level of acid seeping from mine wastes left in the defunct Marcopper mining site.
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Mr Pusey, a former airport terminal designer for British Airways' predecessor, BOAC, who lives near Camborne, Cornwall, explained yesterday why he began keeping data of Concorde's New York-London flight sonic booms.
Bishop Antonio Maralit of Boac, Marinduque, said that by his simplicity Duterte was setting a good example for others.
The BAC, headed by retired general Assistant Secretary Ernesto Boac, noted that Aselsan tendered a bid of a little more than P700 million, P300 million lower than the bid of Armasight Enterprises.