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HBC

a definition for medical records to denote 'hit by car'.
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About HBC Investments HBC Investments is a Dallas-based investment company that is open to all forms of investments, from mezzanine to minority equity to control equity in growth-oriented middle-market companies wishing to recapitalize, execute an ownership buyout or fund a growth initiative.
Binnema describes this period as the most productive (in terms of science) in the history of the HBC and states that the main beneficiary of this work was the Smithsonian Institution and not the British government.
HBC Builder is a custom home design and building company founded and operated by Chris and Roy Ragland.
As far as she was concerned, ShopRite's HBC offerings were too limited to satisfy her needs.
Coca-Cola HBC currently employs 1,250 people in Ireland.
If all of us just do a small amount, we can do great things when we do it all together,'' he told the crowd of about 100 HBC employees, spouses and children.
Barth said both companies have worked hard on the formation of the HBC over the last two years.
Some opponents point specifically to the negative impact on HBCs.
The relationships I have built with John, Spencer, and the rest of the HBC team will be a key asset for Burwell Group moving forward.
Recently, HBC was named one of Canada's Best 50 Corporate Citizens by Corporate Knights magazine.
exhibition business, HBC represents a compelling investment
The aim of this article is not to conduct a comparative study of British and French approaches to the fur trade in North America, but rather to re-examine the performance of the HBC during the fifty years from the end of the War of the Spanish Succession (1702-13) until the end of the Seven Years War (1756-63) from a different viewpoint--that of its managers in Britain.