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BibLaTeX changes the title of list of abbreviations

The babel package will translate the glossary title into whatever language you specified. In your case, you change the British "translation" like this: \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt, british]{...
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Using glossaries package, capitalize first letter in Glossary but not in text

You can simply swap \uppercase with \lowercase along with order in \printglossaries as shown below: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{glossaries} \let\firstchar\uppercase \let\oldprintglossaries\...
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How do I define a different case of the long form of an abbreviation in glossaries?

EDIT: My original answer worked with acronyms only, with "normal" glossary entries it printed an empty text. Therefore I have added an if statement to check if it is a acronym, if yes I am ...
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acronyms in math mode

According to this great glossaries package guide by Nicola Talbot \newacronym internally uses \newglossaryentry. That means that you are able to use the same options as for "normal" glossary ...
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