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baft

(bɑːft)
n
(Textiles) a coarse fabric, usually cotton-based, made in India
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Similar to other BAFT regional councils, the group will aggregate common issues and collaborate on thought leadership, solutions to shared challenges, and policy advocacy on behalf of the industry.
For instance, BAFT members have complained that the series of measures announced by ECAs and Regional Development Banks were hard to track and that they lack information on who is providing what, and under what criteria.
BAFT joins ABA as a separately chartered affiliate and retain the BAFT name.
Sometimes you wish that these issues were actually discussed: the fact that headless, legless bodies were found among the eighty-three people burned in the fire; the fact that over half the Davidians were black, Hispanic or Asian; the strong evidence that at least some slain BAFT agents were killed by `friendly' fire.
According to BAFT, China imported 97,000 firearms into the United States in 1992.
Bascom said, 'Representing BAFT under any circumstances would be an honour, but it's particularly gratifying given the importance of trade finance services in the current economic climate.
Europe's largest banqueting space and venue for high profile events including the BAFT As - and elegant Ballroom have been redecorated.
PIPPED for the top spot in the Hot 100 list for the second consecutive year, the 27-year-old BAFT A winning Glaswegian starred in The Last King Of Scotland as Idi Amin's physician.
As anticipation mounts as to Heath Ledger's chances of picking up the Best Actor gongs at the BAFT As and Oscars for his powerhouse performance as a tortured gay cowpoke in Brokeback Mountain, along comes this decidedly lighter outing to serve reminder of his comedic skills.
Young actors including Nicholas Hault, Noel Clarke and Anna Kendrick enjoyed Tattinger champagne and Grey Goose BAFT A inspired cocktails.
For more than 85 years, BAFT advanced the growth and evolution of international financial services.