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BCE

Abbreviation for:
basal cell epithelioma
benign childhood epilepsy
bone-collagen equivalent
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For more information on Black Cultural Tees, visit BlackCulturalTees.com or BCE Media Inc.
BCE is a European leader in media services, system integration and software development in the areas of television, radio, production and postproduction, telecommunication and IT.
Andreas Fleuter, manager special projects at BCE, added: "With LED fixtures, heat dissipation is low but the light output is good enough to handle most situations in the studios, even at greater distances.
The Series AL Preferred Shares will be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol BCE.PR.L and will start trading on January 3, 2017.
This city was inhabited from about 6000 BCE until the fourth century BCE and was an important political, religious, and economic centre.
Plus important le marche que les cours Dr Al-Oqda a affirme que la derniere chose qui l'angoissait serait les cours de change, puisque la BCE etait intervenuepour etablir un marche de changes organise, donc ce qui importait serait ce fait et non pas les cours de change.
"We support the BCE's initiatives and commitment to excellence," said Tamkeen chief executive Mahmood Al Kooheji.
10, BCE snared CTV, the crown jewel of Canadian broadcasting.
Maeir also said that his team had found impressive evidence of an earthquake in the 8th century BCE, reminiscent of the earthquake mentioned in the Book of Amos 1:1.
Sorkh Deh in Persian means "red village" is one of the many rock tombs in the area, which date back to either the late Median (728-550 BCE) or early Achaemenid (550-330 BCE) eras.
However, if a donation of a portion or all of such BCE holdings is made directly to a registered charity such as the Anglican Church of Canada, this could eliminate the capital tax a shareholder would have to pay, said Archdeacon John Robertson, General Synod national gift planning officer.
BCE claims in a lawsuit filed in Craighead County Circuit Court in August that ASU didn't have enough money to cover the cost of construction, so administrators hatched a plan to cut more than $1 million from the contractor's fees by purposely causing the project to be delayed.