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Oncology A chemotherapy regimen consisting of BCNU, cyclophosphamide, Adriamycin-doxorubicin, prednisone
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In addition, BCAP now gives clients increased flexibility and offers limits of up to $100 million for both stand-alone, non-physical damage, cyber coverage as well as coverage for physical damage only.
When BCAP was originally launched, Brit recognized that many energy, industrial, manufacturing, utility and similar businesses have operations heavily dependent on technology.
"We are very much focused on delivering digital innovations to the process industries: asset digital twins, the new knowledge-platform Industrial Tube, next-gen plant documentation solution PIDGraph, and of course BCAP and BMC for cost reduction, efficiency optimisation and all in all driving productivity."
Brad Stephens, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Blockchain Capital, comments, "As creators of the world's first security token, the BCAP, we are encouraged by the growth of the security token market and related infrastructure.
The statement said: "Clearcast and the broadcasters have to date been unable to clear this Iceland ad because we are concerned that it doesn't comply with the political rules of the BCAP code.
BCAP offers financial assistance to owners and operators of forest and agricultural land who wish to produce biomass feedstocks.
With the Basketball Coaches Association of the Philippines (BCAP) issue surrounding Baldwin's hiring, he compared the situation to the likes of Ateneo women's volleyball coach Tai Bundit and FEU football mentor Kim Chul Su, foreign mentors who both steered their respective squads to UAAP titles.
New York City announced a strategy to boost renewable growth and reduce carbon pollution, and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced that it will reintroduce incentives for farmers, among others, through the Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP).
Therefore, to make poplar production economically attractive on nonarable lands, substantial incentives may be required, such as the Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP) (Schnepf 2014).
The guidance has been published by the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice (Bcap) and it applies to television advertising.
The Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP) in the 2014 Farm Bill seeks to offset feedstock (183) collection and delivery costs to biomass conversion facilities (BCFs), which can then use these residues to generate energy.