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BACS

Abbreviation for:
British Association for Chemical Specialities (Medspeak-UK)
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Hypertension, systolic blood pressure, levels of serum total cholesterol and the calculated SCORE risk were higher in the BAC (+) group than in the BAC (-) group (p=0.04, p=0.031, p=0.046, and p=0.038 respectively).
"HOPE shall designate at least five but not more than seven members to the BAC with unquestionable integrity and procurement proficiency," Briones said.
In 1986, when the US Department of Transportation (DOT) took its first formal step toward advocating that the legal BAC limit be lowered from .10 to .08, only two states had enacted such laws (Oregon and Utah in 1983).
'Citi's decision to join Bacs, as the first non-European bank, highlights our commitment to the UK market where we have a strong public sector, corporate and financial institution franchise.
Mike Hutchinson, head of marketing at Bacs, said: "Companies can help protect their cash flow against potential postal disruption by swapping to automated payment methods such as Direct Debits and Bacs Direct Credit.
The most recent revision of the World Health Organization (WHO) classification of tumors divides lung adenocarcinoma into 2 groups: BAC and invasive adenocarcinoma.
Bac 50--Bac 120 (with moulded eutectic plate support)--Bac 150--Bac 250--Bac 260--Bac 480 (1200 x 1000 pallet format)--Bac 600 (1200 x 1200 pallet format).
This study examines the effects of self-tested blood alcohol concentration (BA C) feedback, from personal hand-held breathalyzers, on the accuracy of BAC estimation.
The resulting offspring carry the BAC throughout their bodies in all of the cells that express the corresponding gene.
But executives at BACS, its software providers and its financial services partners are warning that this is no time for complacency.
Of 96 whose BACs were measured at the first baseline party, 52 (54.2%) had BACs above 0.08%.