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BAN

Abbreviation for:
Bachelor of Arts in Nursing
British approved Approved Name (Medspeak-UK)
British Association of Neurologists (Medspeak-UK)

body area network

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BAN

A group of wireless sensors worn by, or inserted into a patient, and used to monitor vital signs and other physiological parameters.

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Six pupils in RCT were banned for between 10 and 30 days for carrying offensive weapons, while 11 pupils across Wales had their travel suspended for lighting aerosol sprays, in five cases burning seats, and in one in Blaenau Gwent where it was described as being used as a flame-thrower.
The Maharashtra government banned lingerie display on mannequins as they believed that it can "incite men to rape".
In Olympic sports, one positive test and you're banned for two years.
A few weeks back, schools in Maplewood, New Jersey, banned all carols.
SANTA CLARITA - The Los Angeles Sanitation Districts on Tuesday banned the installation of self-regenerating water softeners in the Santa Clarita Valley in an effort to reduce the amount of chloride in the Santa Clara River.
Smoking in public parks may be banned if an anti-smoking law passes in the city.
Hoover High School student Narbea Mnasians drinks a soda during lunch break, but soft drinks may soon be banned at schools.
The council action banned bullets defined as ``designed to inflict great bodily trauma or made primarily for offensive purposes,'' including those greater than .
And that Martin Luther King fellow - shouldn't he have been banned, or at least contained?
Russell Long, executive director for the non-profit Bluewater Netork, an environmental organization that focuses on keeping California's waterways free from pollution, hopes that in the near future all such 2-cycle engines will be banned from all of the state's waterways.
Two big banks hit back Wednesday at California communities that have banned ATM surcharges, announcing plans to restrict use of their cash machines in the two cities only to their own account holders.