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MBD

Minimal brain dysfunction, see there.

MBD

Abbreviation for minimal brain dysfunction.
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MBD ensures the design intent and final product align throughout its product development cycle: one authority source, one single truth that everyone can depend on.
The IEA also raised its estimate for the increase in non-Opec crude supply this year to 1.8 mbd, which is 0.3 mbd higher than previously.
The original file provided by GECOB/SEA contained 79,306 cases of medical certificates and 21,833 workers registered for this benefit, 40.14% of which derived from MBD, the leading cause of medical certificates in the analyzed period (2010-2013).
"Since measuring density is becoming more common, physicians' expertise with density will increase and this will open up doors for MBD to be used in patient outcome prediction."
The two largest global economies US and China rank 1st and 2nd with consumptions of 19.8 mbd and 12.04 mbd respectively.
To address the knowledge gap related to the burden of illness of MBD in patients with PC in Canada, we undertook a retrospective healthcare-claims database study in PC patients who had received prior androgen deprivation therapy (ADT).
That took Opec's April supply to 31.21 mbd, the highest since September 2012, noted the IEA.
production in the "Lower 48" states from conventional production is 5.5 mbd lower in 2013 than in 1970.
Hussain Abbas, who runs Kabab O' Kadahi, the restaurant at the signal on Rex Road, previously known as Koliwada, is disappointed with business in the MBD outlet.
MBD sees the acquisition in line with its strategy of investing in top global franchises and growing them through buys as well as organic projects, co-head of Corporate Equity Investing in Europe Martin Hintze said in a statement, adding that MBD would support the inks maker's growth strategy.
The multiple baseline design (MBD) is the most frequently used single-case design, and is often described as having desirable internal validity characteristics.
Demand: World oil demand grew by 1 percent, or 0.9 million barrels a day (mbd), in 2012, with a decline of 0.6 mbd in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries and growth of 1.5 mbd in non- OECD countries.