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BUS

Abbreviation for Bartholin glands, urethra, Skene glands.

bus

The hardware that controls the flow of commands between the main processor and other components—memory, peripherals, etc.

BUS

Abbreviation for:
Bartholin's, urethral, Skene's (glands)
biological units
buspirone
busulfan, see there
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Esto tiene un indudable valor practico ya que esta caracteristica psicologica contribuye a la transicion del dolor agudo al dolor cronico (Buer y Linton, 2002).
"Judging on the success the first movers on the paywall trend seem to have had with their paywall-based business models, I would say that paywalls are here to stay," Varnish's Buer said.
That translates as 'I don't know what the woman is on about', using 'buer' or 'bewer' for woman, and 'rocker', meaning to speak or understand.
Karlo Buer master of the Seabourn Sojourn when it debuts on June 6 in London.
Pour contri buer a ameliorer le contenu des messages d'alimentation et d'activite physique, mais aussi d'autres themes de sante, il serait judicieux d'interpeller directement les professionnels des medias, ces derniers etant receptifs aux debats sociaux et a la popularite de la sante aupres de leurs differents publics (23).
The Sanhe (SH) horse was produced in the three rivers (Root River, Drbour River and Ha Buer River) of the Erguna Right county in the eastern part of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Buer said the cities and water district representatives first approached him with the request in April, one month before the spillway received federal authorization and three months before state approval.
Mathew Buer, 21, from Clacton, Essex, was fined pounds 50 by Colchester Borough Council after he was spotted throwing chips out of his window as he was travelling along the A133 between Clacton and Colchester.
Mathew Buer, 21, paid a pounds 50 fine after barman Matthew Gardner, 20, was spotted chucking his chips away on the A133 near Colchester, Essex.
The Fair's top prize, the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award, went to three students: Ahmeed Abdulrasool of Lane Technical High School in Chicago, Stephen Schulz of the Comprehensive School, Buer Center in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, and Gabrielle Gianelli of Lake Highland Preparatory School in Orlando, Fla.