BST

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BST

or

bST

abbr.
bovine somatotropin

BST

Abbreviation for:
bacteriuria screening test
Basic Specialist Training (Medspeak-UK)
Basic Surgical Training (Medspeak-UK)
blood serologic test
bovine somatotropin
brain surrounding tumour

BST

bovine somatotropin
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Also appearing at British Summer Time across June and July are Green Day and Phil Collins whose appearance will be his biggest solo show to date.
We can thank builder William Willett for British Summer Time being introduced in the UK.
British Summer Time (BST) was first proposed in Britain by William Willett, who was incensed at the "waste" of useful daylight first thing in the morning, during summer.
uk) and play Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park on July 5 (www.
But for the rest of us, we got British Summer Time (BST).
Tonight, or more precisely at 2am on Sunday morning, the clocks go back one hour as British Summer Time officially ends.
Some years ago British Summer Time was adhered to throughout one winter.
A COLOURFUL new exhibition celebrating British summer time can be seen at the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse until Saturday, August 5.
He needs over 3,687 people to take part in theon BarclBriTimP session July 5 at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time in Hyde Park.
The clocks go back on Sunday as the UK reverts to Greenwich Mean Time instead of British Summer Time.
The latest pause - the 26th - will occur today at 23:59:59 co-ordinated universal time (UTC), which is an hour behind British Summer Time.
Speaking after their gig at Barclaycard British Speaking after their gig at Barclaycard British Summer Time in Hyde Park in London, dance summer Time in Hyde Park in London, dance mate Jordan Banjo told us: "We were at airport mate Jordan Banjo told us: "We were at airport security in America recently and they thought security in America recently and they thought Perri was my wife.

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