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BG

or BGen
abbr.
brigadier general
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bg

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Bulgaria

BG

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) Bulgaria (international car registration)
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bg.

1. background.
2. bag.

BG

or B.G.,

brigadier general.
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BG

Big grin
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BGS has extended the contracts in all these locations as well as added a new airport to the contract - Kaunas International Airport.
Additionally, it's always a pleasure to uphold such global leaders' as Norwegian activities," stated Linas Geguzis, the chairman of the board at BGS.
She has been a long-standing dedicated member of BGS, including serving as a Trustee for a number of years, and has a passion for working with livestock farmers and all things grassland.
BGS president David Lee said: "This is a very positive step for BGS, putting the society in a strong position to deliver its remit of supporting farmers, researchers and the wider industry, in grass."
This has created conditions conducive to the emergence and proliferation of born-globals (BGs) (Knight and Cavusgil 2005; Freeman and Cavusgil 2007).
Considerable effort has been devoted to differentiating BGs from the broader categorisation of international new ventures (INVs) (Madsen 2013), and also traditional (gradual) internationalizers (Johanson and Vahlne 1977) in terms of their entrepreneurial mindset and risk tolerant behaviour, international experience, networks and international entrepreneurial capability.
We provide the results of experiments with three solvers: POWER, GS, and BGS.
BGS has two additional parameters indicating maximum number and tolerance of inner iterations to be performed with GS for the solution of diagonal blocks.