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BAD

Drug slang
A regional term for crack cocaine.
 
Immunology
An acronym (background, aggregates, debris) for the noncellular material that must be “gated out” in flow cytometry.
 
Molecular biology
A Bcl-2 related protein which can induce apoptosis; it selectively heterodimerises with Bcl-XL and Bcl-2, which displaces Bax from Bcl-XL, resulting in cell death.
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The time my horse was beaten, she was badly off at the weights, got left five lengths and raced four wide.
Each of the chairs cost just pounds 14 and Mr Farley said: "When we think we are badly off in this country we don't know how lucky we are.
The company said such a move would help bridge the UK's massive savings gap that threatens to leave millions of people badly off in retirement.
Thankfully we are not too badly off for strikers at the moment but we want them all available.
Anybody who reads anything into what happened at Croke Park last Summer is badly off track.
Many disabled people, even those on income support and already badly off, are being thrown into further poverty by these charges.
He said: "We know we are badly off but tomorrow's retired people will be even worse off than us.
But the match-making has gone badly off the rails, with Clint the male showing he's a real love cheata.
Twose's decision is just one reason why New Zealand are almost as badly off as England.
On the other hand, on Thursday I was badly off the mark with Tis Rock 'N' Roll, who attracted on-course cash but, having travelled well, never picked up.
We shouldn't be too badly off as we both have pensions and own our house.
That is understandable as though he has won the race both times he has run in it, he's badly off at the weights against his victims from last year and probably needs a career-best effort to achieve the hat-trick despite pushing 11 years old.