BBV


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BBV

Abbreviation for:
beat-to-beat variation
blood-borne virus (Medspeak-UK)
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Allied Wallet eWallet users can now load their eWallet with their OXXO, Banamex, BBV Bancomer, or Santander accounts and spend online or send money to friends and family.
For further details on the app or clinics, contact the BBV and sexual health promotion team on 01698 377652 or visit www.lansh.scot.nhs.uk/young-peoplesservices/
For more information on the app or clinics, contact the BBV and sexual health promotion team on 01698 377652 or visit www.lansh.
Concerning the partnership between Forerunner, BBV and Heartland HFH, Ryan says, "My favorite thing about this is the overall win-win situation it creates from quality signage results for BBV to families in our community getting the help that Heartland gives.
The positive BBV cases were referred to Tehran Hepatitis Network for clinical following up.
BBV infection acquired through injection of blood or blood products and for which vertical (mother-to-child) infection (including breast milk and surrogate breast-feeding) was ruled out by serologic testing of the mother and by history of sexual abuse and evidence of tattooing, piercing, and scarification.
* BANCO BILBAO VIZCAYA (BBV)--the second largest bank in Spain--was the result of a merger in 1988 between Banco de Bilbao and Banco de Vizcaya.
BBV will operate as a joint venture of Fenner and BBVa[euro](tm)s current owner managers, until the UK company takes full control of it, the buyer said.
Las leyes mexicanas establecen que el BBV debio haber inyectado capital a la nueva sociedad por el mismo monto, pero solo aport??
Mas tarde el 9 de agosto del mismo ano, el BBV adquiere por 160 millones de pesos, la red de sucursales de los bancos intervenidos por la CNBV, Cremi y Oriente.
These two concepts, however, can be integrated into a "balanced budget veto" (BBV), whereby the line item veto would become a self-executing means for enforcing budget balance in a manner that promotes spending restraint.
Banco Bradesco, meanwhile, said in January 2003 it will buy BBV Banco, the Brazilian unit of Spain's Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, for approximately $585 million.