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BC

Abbreviation for:
backcross
basal cell
basket cell
bile canal
biliary colic
binding capacity
bipolar cell
birth control
bladder cancer
bladder capacity
blast crisis
block contracting (Medspeak-UK)
blood cell
blood count
blood culture
Blue Cross
board certified
bone conduction
borough council (Medspeak-UK)
bowel care
Bowman’s capsule
Branhamella catarrhalis
breast cancer
bromocriptine
bronchoconstriction
buccal cartilage
buffering capacity
buffy coat
bulbocavernosus
Burkholderia cepacia
business continuity (Medspeak-UK)
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The Quetta Building Code was enacted in 1937 and those who are responsible to ensure that its provisions are complied with appear to be in collusion with the builders.
NAMIC, the BuildStrong Coalition and a host of others have been supporting the effort to pass the Safe Building Code Incentive Act in Washington, but we need that same support from the pillars of the community standing in support when lawmakers head home.
Pepi, assistant building inspector in Shrewsbury and part-time inspector in the town of Oakham, said the big change with roof snow loads came in 2008 when the seventh edition of state building codes came out.
Building codes are usually applied for civic structures.
Best practice guidelines for the emirate's Building Codes and other supporting codes are being communicated in the sessions.
NAA/NMHC will continue to work with the Senate to seek more realistic building code energy targets and to oppose federal enforcement of such codes.
The session focused on the implementation plans for the International Building Code and its supporting codes, while highlighting the need for close collaboration and co-operation between the public and private sectors to ensure a smooth transition phase.
The Department of Municipal Affairs in cooperation with the US-based International Code Council (ICC), the world's leading building code authority and developers of international codes, has begun training sessions under its 'International Building Code
Training Series'.
Through Wall Street crashes, real estate booms, bubble markets and the gentrification of countless neighborhoods that were once off-limits for the city's most affluent and safety-conscious residents, New York's Building Code has remain unchanged.
Earlier, the state's Building Code Council changed its code to mandate the use of noncombustible materials in the eaves of townhouses.
John Lynch signed into law SB 81 which updated the New Hampshire State Building Code.
76-395, 1976-2 CB 16, the Service ruled that payments made to low-income individuals primarily to subsidize home improvements necessary to correct building code violations and provide safe and decent housing were excluded from the recipients' income under the GWE.

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