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BC

Abbreviation for:
backcross
basal cell
basket cell
bile canal
biliary colic
binding capacity
bipolar cell
birth control
bladder cancer
bladder capacity
blast crisis
block contracting (Medspeak-UK)
blood cell
blood count
blood culture
Blue Cross
board certified
bone conduction
borough council (Medspeak-UK)
bowel care
Bowman’s capsule
Branhamella catarrhalis
breast cancer
bromocriptine
bronchoconstriction
buccal cartilage
buffering capacity
buffy coat
bulbocavernosus
Burkholderia cepacia
business continuity (Medspeak-UK)
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Charting birth outcome in British Columbia : determinants of optimal health and ultimate risk: an expansion and update.
info) allows visitors to navigate through the physical and cultural wonder that is British Columbia.
The Mental Health and Well-Being of Aboriginal Children and Youth, Mental Health Evaluationa & Community Consultation Unit, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, www.
This represents the largest single private sector renewable energy investment in the history of British Columbia, generating enough green electricity to meet the needs of more than 80,000 homes, along with $60 million - $70 million annually in revenue.
Former British Columbia Forest Minister Jack Kempf testified that the Canadian province is "not yet ready or willing to end the era of subsidies and bring fairness into the system.
Neither confirmed case in British Columbia mounted a hemagglutination inhibition or serum neutralizing antibody response.
In Victoria, Attorney-General Geoff Plant told The National Post newspaper, "I think the leadership of the Anglican Church is as much a special-interest group as any other group like that in British Columbia.
One government biologist, Dionys de Leeuw, warns that hunting is on pace to extinguish all grizzlies from British Columbia between 2020 and 2034.
Archaeologists have found roasting pits suggesting that a root-digging culture flourished in central British Columbia about 3,000 years ago, Turner says.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- British Columbia natural gas industry representatives are meeting today with Oregon's natural gas buyers, utility commissioners, and local governments as the industry prepares to celebrate its 35th year of service to the Pacific Northwest next month.
Report to the Attorney General of British Columbia under Section 6 of the office for Children and Youth Act on the director's case review relating to the Nuu-chah-nulth child who died in Port Alberni on September 4, 2002.

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