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BR or Br may refer to:
- BR postcode area, a group of eight postal districts in southeast London
- Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Brazil (BR), according to:
- The Province of Brindisi, according to Italy's ISO 3166-2 subdivision codes
- Brown County, Kansas, according to its Kansas state county code, which is used on the state's license plates
- Brăila, a town and county in Romania. BR is used in the county's license plates
- Bromine (Br), chemical element with atomic number 35
- BR is the standard abbreviation for Polybutadiene, a type of rubber
- .br, country code top-level domain for Brazil
- Newline element in:
- Bombing Run, a team-based gametype introduced in Unreal Tournament 2003 and Unreal Tournament 2004.
- Block / Remove, used in social networks and dating sites, as well as instant messaging programs
Music and media
- Battle Royale, a Japanese book, movie and manga
- Bad Religion, an American punk-rock band
- Bleacher Report, an online sports media network
- Bohemian Rhapsody
- Bayerischer Rundfunk (Bavarian Broadcasting), a regional broadcasting service in Germany
- br, Breton language in ISO 639-1 language code
- Bankruptcy (B/R in legal shorthand) or representing a debtor who has filed bankruptcy
- Red Brigades (Italian: Brigate Rosse), an Italian militant leftist group
- Bathroom in Internet slang
- Bishop Ramsey School, a Church of England Voluntary Aided secondary school in Ruislip
- BR = Best Regards, when it appears at the end of an e-mail, before the sender's name.
- BR = Battle Rifle, a weapon in the Xbox series, Halo.
- B. R. Patton, member of the Louisiana State Senate from 1956 to 1964 from Union Parish
- Br., abbreviation for brother, used by Catholic brothers and Friars.
- Br is a symbol for Belarusian ruble.
- Brendan Rodgers, manager of Liverpool F.C.
- Bike and ride, bicycle parks with public transport connections
- Br. as a title is bachelor (similar to Dr.)
- BR is the abbreviation used to denote British Rail, the main state-owned railway operator in Great Britain from 1948-1997.
- The Open University (UK), 2000. T838 Design and Manufacture with Polymers: Introduction to Polymers, page 9. Milton Keynes: The Open University.
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