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BAS

Abbreviation for:
balloon atrial septostomy
barium sulphate
barium swallow
basophil
biological age score
biologically active substance
British Andrology Society (Medspeak-UK)
bronchoalveolar secretions
Bronx Aging Study
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Baqeri also said ominously: "Having naval bases in remote sites is no less important than nuclear power.
It further aligns the situation in the British Bases as regards to what is valid in the Republic of Cyprus and normalizes the lives of residents of the British Bases.
Siding with the shareholders, the Court held that, under the plain reading of the statute, excluded income from discharged debt is an income item that passes through to shareholders and increases their S stock bases. The Court dismissed the IRS's theory that the exclusion from gross income under Sec.
These requirements are made quite clear by the third sentence of Paragraph 360: "Nor does the existence of a rebellion or the activity of guerilla or para-military units of itself cause the occupation to cease, provided the occupant could at any time it desired assume physical control of any part of the territory." (Emphasis added) In other world, it must be your objective in the negotiating process to guarantee that Israeli military forces confined to these military bases absolutely cannot "at any time it desired assume physical control of any part of the territory."
GAAS or GAO standards do not specify the appropriate bases or percentages to be used in calculating materiality.
Most of microwave materials used nowadays are titanate based ceramics.
His company has already identified all the bases of one person's DNA sequence and is planning to decode the sequences of four or five more people.
1017(a) requires the taxpayer to reduce the adjusted bases of property held on the first day of the following tax year.
108(b)(2)(E) and 1017(b)(2) not to exceed the excess of (1) the aggregate of the adjusted bases of property and the amount of money held by the taxpayer immediately after the discharge over (2) the aggregate of the liabilities of the taxpayer immediately after the discharge.
This joining occurs between bases, a cluster of atoms each nucleotide possesses.