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Baptist Bible College is a 322.5 metre high guyed transmission mast at Fordland, Missouri, USA at 37°12'06.0" N and 92°56'34.0" W. Baptist Bible College was built in 1998.

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Boston College point guard Amber Jacobs knows this, because when the players are in distress, unnerved by a full-court press or trapped in the corner, their eyes search hungrily for her.
Her father was the soccer coach at Baptist Bible College, and she spent a good portion of her life happily playing on the grounds of the school.
She missed the fellowship of Bible Baptist, so she joined a church in the Boston area, but practice times, games, and travel to other schools made it impossible for her to establish a consistent presence.
Trinity Baptist Bible College - Asheville, NC (359 words)
This is a college whose primary goal is the teaching of the Word of God.
It is because of this that Trinity Baptist Bible College stands ready to help any child of God in the study of the Word of God.
Degree programs of study offered by Trinity Baptist Bible College have been found exempt from the requirement of licensure by the University of North Carolina under provisions of North Carolina General Statutes Section (G.S.) 116-15 (d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious education.
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