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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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Human illness from avian influenza HTN3 in British Columbia.
We thank the British Columbia Mountaineering Club and its President Michael Feller for giving us access to their archive of historical photos of Garibaldi Provincial Park.
Brandon Tisher and his teammates at The Master's College figure to have their hands full in the University of British Columbia tournament.
So, Ballet British Columbia, whose presence was essential to the Scotiabank Dance Centre, did not balk at the annual $41,000 rental.
During lunch, attendees heard from John Jansen, minister of international business and immigration for British Columbia, and AFS executive vice president Chuck Jones, who presented an update on AFS programs and services.
Following reports of human illness, these measures were more rigorously promoted and reinforced through worker screening, information letters prepared by the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, and media bulletins.
We believe the dominant political, social, economic and justice issue in the life of British Columbia for the next 10 years will be the relationship of aboriginal and non-aboriginal peoples and cultures," read the letter.
Tourists jam Glendale Lodge in Knight Inlet, British Columbia, every fall to witness grizzlies feeding on pink salmon migrating upriver to spawn.
Decades later, as an ethnobiologist at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Turner has turned up surprising evidence that the bulb of this showy perennial once served as an important food source for Indians living in what is now western Canada and the U.
It is an honor to be included on a list that spans such a diverse, outstanding group of young professionals and leaders in British Columbia," said Ms.
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.
which is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, develops and sells a multimedia services solution that provides a better customer experience by managing service performance so the network operates better and provides the right level of service to every application.

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