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BHS

Abbreviation for:
Bachelor of Health Science
basic health services
Beck Hopelessness Scale
beta-haemolytic streptococci
Bogalusa Heart Study, see there
breath-holding spells
British Hip Society (Medspeak-UK)
British Hypertension Society (MedspeakU-K)

BHS

beta-hemolytic streptococci.
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British Home Stores, in Northumberland Street, Newcastle, opened on September 2, 1932
Blackler's British Home Stores was founded in 1928 and went on to open a large store in Liverpool's Lord Street.
British Home Stores in Birmingham and, below the New Street shop in 1958
A call to bring in the administrators would end 88 years of trading by British Home Stores, one of the UK's most recognised high street brand names.
BRITISH Home Stores was founded 88 years ago by US businessmen keen to copy the success of Woolworths.
BHS chief executive, Darren Topp, said: "It is a tough time for retailers across the UK with huge structural challenges faced by all, however, we have a very credible plan to return BHS to growth and profitability and a revitalised British Home Stores will emerge as we accelerate our turnaround plans.
The Beales CVA is similar to moves announced by British Home Stores last week, where rent reductions are being sought at stores including its Newcastle and Metrocentre outlets.
By that stage, Woolies had certainly fallen behind those other stalwarts WH Smith, Boots, British Home Stores and the seemingly untouchable Marks & Spencer.
Two further openings are planned in the next two months at Llandudno and a British Home Stores shop at Reading, Berkshire.
Giant chain stores Argos Littlewoods Index, British Home Stores, Poundland and The Cook's Kitchen were also happy to sell her the knives capable of causing devastating injuries.
Body with lace trim, pounds 25, British Home Stores (020 7262 3288), diamante necklace, pounds 18, by Linea at House of Fraser, wedding veil from a selection at Joyce Jackson (01745 343689)
Terry is the chief executive of British Home Stores and couldn't be here because he is very busy.

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