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BT

Abbreviation for bleeding time.

Bt

(bē′tē′)
n.
A soil bacterium (Bacillus thuringiensis) that produces proteins toxic to certain insects. It has been used as an insecticide, and genes for the toxins have been incorporated into genetically modified crop plants to control insect pests.

BT

abbreviation for bleeding time.

BT

Abbreviation for:
Bachelor of Technology
Bacillus thuringiensis
bacterial tracheitis
base of tongue
BCNU, triazinate
behavioural therapy
benign tumour
biceps tendon
biliary tract
biotechnology
bioterrorism
bitemporal
bladder training
bladder tumour
Blalock-Taussig
bleaching treatment (dentistry)
bleeding time, see there
blood transfusion (Medspeak-UK)
blood type
bluetongue
body temperature
borderline tuberculoid
botulinum toxin
brachytherapy
brain tumour
breakthrough
breast tumour
breath test
British Telecom (Medspeak-UK)

BT

Clinical medicine Body temperature Lab medicine Bleeding time Psychiatry Behavioral therapy

Bt

abbrev. Bacillus thuringiensis.
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Well then, if the British Post Office spun off British Telecom, did it reassign any of its patents to BT?
In this environment, only British Telecom is trying to offer global voice and data services through worldwide service nodes it controls.
British Telecom, originally a public utility that supplied telephone services to millions of UK citizens, now operates in more than 170 countries.
He pointed out that the 150 call centres suffer the highest level of stress- related absence in British Telecom.
British Telecom said speculation was premature that it would look to cut a new deal.
Roddy and other experts said Cable and Wireless would have been a more attractive partner for British Telecom than MCI is because it would have enabled BT to fill out its geographic footprint in Asia.
They will call the merged business Concert, named after a joint venture begun three years ago when British Telecom bought a stake in MCI.
In fact, the two have been in discussions of one sort or another ever since 1994, when British Telecom bought a 20 percent stake in MCI.
Princeton Softech, the market leader in enterprise data management, and British Telecom, one of the world's leading providers of telecommunications services and one of the largest private sector companies in Europe, will hold a joint speaking engagement at the DOAG (Deutsche Oracle-Anwendergruppe) Business Software Conference.
British Telecom, which already owns 20 percent of MCI Communications Corp.
A key development during 2005 was the structural separation of British Telecom, which promised to have repercussions for operators and regulators elsewhere in Europe in coming years.
To date, British Telecom, Telecom Italia, TeliaSonera, and France Telecom/Orange have deployed the technology.

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