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B.A.1

1.
Bachelor of Arts.
Origin of B.A.1
1755-1765
First recorded in 1755-65, B.A. is from the New Latin word Baccalaureus Artium

B.A.2

1.
bastard amber.
2.
batting average.
3.
British Academy.
4.
British America.
5.
British Association (for Advancement of Science).
6.
Buenos Aires.
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  • I'll be a B.A. by then, and we'll shake hands over our mutual success!

  • I've found out it's a mighty nice thing to be able to say you're a B.A.

    Babbitt Sinclair Lewis
  • It seems perfectly ridiculous to think of me studying for a B.A. degree, doesn't it?

    Anne Of The Island Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • And, ridiculous as the idea of my being a B.A. is, the idea of my being an old married woman is still more absurd, isn't it?

    Anne Of The Island Lucy Maud Montgomery

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