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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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Representing 32,000 businesses around the province, B.C. chambers of commerce and their influential network are a true voice for B.C.'s business community.
The B.C. government has been spearheading India market outreach efforts to seek new export and investment opportunities for B.C.
This cut, along with many other cuts and policy changes by the B.C. government, represents a dramatic shift away from equality and justice in B.C.
A parent lobby group called Concerned Parents of B.C. has launched a letter-writing campaign opposing the curriculum changes (B.C.
SUMER, 3200 B.C. The Sumerians are thought to have produced the first written texts.
Narrator A: In 493 B.C., Pericles is born into a leading Athenian family.
Victoria, B.C.: International Institute for Child Rights and Development, University of Victoria.
However, preliminary studies by independent teams suggest that inscriptions carved in stone monuments at two other Maya sites were made between 300 B.C. and 100 B.C.--B.B.
The Patriot Act became a focus of the B.C. outsourcing debate among Canadians.
Caesar was born in 100 B.C. and as a young man married Cornelia Cinnilla, the daughter of Cinna, the leader of the Marian faction.
Iredale said she is now "deeply into tracking the story" not only of the Yale textiles, but of the work of Anglican women's guilds in B.C., which were deeply influenced by the arts and crafts movement in Britain.