BCS


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BCS

Abbreviation for:
battered child syndrome
Biopharmaceutical Classification System
breast cancer screening
breast cancer survivor
breast-conserving surgery
British Computer Society (Medspeak-UK)
British Cardiac Society (Medspeak-UK)
Budd-Chiari syndrome
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Lamb live weight and back-fat depth were analysed using the MIXED procedure with a model including the fixed effects of sex of the lamb, ewe BCS group, nutritional treatment and the interaction between ewe BCS group and nutritional treatment.
I liken the BCS to a bad disease, like cancer," he said.
The correlations between milk components in BCS 1 and BCS 2 groups were presented for all weeks of research in Table 5 and 6.
Outside of the BCS bowls, schools usually lose money by playing in a bowl game.
If you're from Rutgers, you're so giddy right now you aren't about to quibble over being ranked third with a shot at the BCS title game or sixth with a shot at getting into some other BCS game.
Of course, a lot of bodies start hollering every time a favorite is upset and loses a spot on the BCS poll: Their complaint: "The BCS doesn't know what it is doing.
Hatch, a once-promising high-school halfback, argued that the current system disadvantages universities like BYU because the power schools retain most of the $90 million generated by the BCS bowls and because top talent flows to schools that can offer recruits a chance to play for a national title.
Leavitt said one of the advantages that BCS brought to the table was competitive funding with flexible terms.
Evidence is mounting that a new theory, not BCS, will be necessary to explain it.
With this in-depth guide, a team of SharePoint experts walks you through the features of the new BCS, including the ability for users to view and modify the data from SharePoint 2010 with BCS.