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BALT

Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

bronchus-associated lymphoid tissue

Lymphoid tissues of the hilar and peribronchiolar region, which produces IgA specific for inhaled antigens.
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BALT

Bronchiole-associated lymphoid tissue, see MALT.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

BALT

Abbreviation for bronchus-associatedlymphoid tissue.
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A team: September 29 - Balts (h); October 13 - Trojans (a); October 27 - MLC (h); November 4 - Lordswood (a); November 10 - Aston Manor Academy (h); November 26 - Birmingham Mets (a); December 8 - Balts (a); December 15 - Trojans (h); January 5 - MLC (a); January 12 - Lordswood (h); January 29 - Aston Manor Academy (a); February 2 - Birmingham Mets (h).
Very occasionally a pregnant woman came to Britain--as in the case of a Latvian woman who came under the "Balt Cygnet" scheme and gained entry only because she lied at the medical inspection about her pregnancy.
Experts say there is no telling where consumption will top off but say the Balts should eventually reach Western levels, which range between conservative Finland's 90 litres and the beer-crazy Czech Republic's 160 litres per capita.
From the lands of the Balts, amber arrived in Rome, mostly through German intermediaries.
It should be noted that place names with the linguistic root "ram" are found in all of the Baltic countries (in Latvia, there are Ramava, Ramuli and Ramnieki), which makes us think that the word "Ramava" ("place of peace") was generally used to indicate a place holy to the Old Balts. Details of the sacred groves of the Old Prussians can be found in a number of chronicles.
20, speaking about the presented study, and added that Lithuanians and Latvians are "basically one nation of the Balts."
23, 2009, in Brussels' Mini-Europe Park, 600 persons, mostly Balts living there, organized a human chain through the entire park at the occasion of the inauguration of a reproduction, at 1/25th scale, of the Baltic Chain which is offered to Mini-Europe by the cities of Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius.
In order to implement this idea, a model of leisure and entertainment has been devised, embracing the archaic heritage of the Balts and the Japanese, progressive ecological technologies to create long term value.
The most influential Balt in the new EC will be Estonia's Siim Kallas, who will be commissioner for transport issues - it could mean the resurrection of the Rail Baltica project.