American Botanical Council

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American Botanical Council

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ABC.

A nonprofit organization that disseminates information about herbal medicines to the media, the public, and the scientific and professional communities. ABC publishes HerbalGram, a quarterly journal, among other reference material.
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"Now, madam, these triangles are equal; please note that the angle ABC..."
If ever Miss Rachel marries, Chailey, pray that she may marry a man who doesn't know his ABC."
in one state before performing an ABC. (139) Bankruptcy, on the other
The board of directors praised the contribution of Mr Juma in leading ABC out of the financial crisis of 2008, and the role he played in achieving four successive years of strong profitability, strengthening the balance sheet and funding position of ABC.
In this article, I examine ABC Magazines media kits, to explore how such boundaries function at the ABC.
(4) Despite demonstrating a durable antiretroviral response, ABC is not a preferred option for first- or second-line adult regimens in SA, primarily due to its relatively high cost, but also due to concerns about toxicity, particularly hypersensitive reactions, although these are only experienced in 4% of individuals receiving ABC. (5-7) Such reactions commonly present as a rash and fever, but may manifest as fatigue, flu-like symptoms or gastrointestinal upset.
Mohammed Abusneina have left the Board of Directors of ABC. The Board of Directors thanked the three departing directors for their service.
Robson, aged 12, from Birtley ABC, saw off stiff competition in the 38kg final from Jake Dykstra of Eastgate ABC.
The 2009-2010 IABC Research Foundation board members are Chair Robin McCasland; Vice Chair Marilyn Keyes; Past Chair Irene Monley, ABC; Secretary and Treasurer Arnold Kishi; and Trustees Shelley Bird, ABC; Barbara Gibson, ABC; Ilze Raath; Greg Gordon; and Cloreth Greene, ABC.
We asked 141 organizations to indicate their use or nonuse of ABC. Of these, only four (2.8%) previously used ABC but no longer use it, and 22 (15.6%) considered ABC but chose not to implement it.
Mary Jane Gerber's museum quality artwork perfectly showcases Mary Alice Downie's alphabet book, A Pioneer ABC. This unique introduction to pioneer history in the form of an ABC book (B is for Bandalore (a forerunner of the yoyo), H is for the Hornbook (the textbook that most children learned to spell with), X is for the eXhaustion of hardworking homesteading families).