CBA


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CBA

abbreviation for cost-benefit analysis.

CBA

Abbreviation for:
carboxylic acid
chocolate blood agar
chronic bronchitis and asthma
collagen-binding assay
competence-based assessment (Medspeak-UK)
competitive binding assay
congenital biliary atresia
cost-benefit analysis (Medspeak-UK)
cranial base angle
cutting balloon angioplasty
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He spends the remainder of the paper suggesting how we should encourage regulators to engage in meaningful "conceptual" CBA (that is, do not regulate unless real market failures exist and be careful about reducing competition, etc.
Founded in 1995, CBA is an independent, non-political, not for-profit professional organization dedicated to promoting science, technology, and business development in the biopharmaceutical fields by fostering research and business collaborations around the world.
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If the CBA solution is injected into porous media with different wettability status, the shape of CBA processed zone is different (Zhu et al, 1999 [15]).
The CBA gathering takes place in a space that is as long and wide as six football fields.
In his 1997 book Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: A Journey Into the Evangelical Subculture in America, Columbia University professor of religion Randall Balmer tells of his trip to the 1988 CBA convention.
This study, which the researchers call CBA II, will proceed through 2002 and 2003.
Currently the CBA is comprised of nine teams based in small market areas across the country: Connecticut, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, South Dakota, Washington and Idaho.
There are four college players on the list, two who just exhausted their eligibility and 12 CBA players, nine who played overseas and three who played both overseas and in the CBA.
CBA member banks hold more than $4 trillion in assets.
The NFLPA's Executive Committee has voted to approve a 7-day negotiating extension for the current CBA that would allow the sides to attempt to reach a new CBA.