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BAD

Drug slang
A regional term for crack cocaine.
 
Immunology
An acronym (background, aggregates, debris) for the noncellular material that must be “gated out” in flow cytometry.
 
Molecular biology
A Bcl-2 related protein which can induce apoptosis; it selectively heterodimerises with Bcl-XL and Bcl-2, which displaces Bax from Bcl-XL, resulting in cell death.
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watch Commander matthew Green, from Slaithwaite fire station, said: "She was badly pinned between the skip and the wheel and we needed to use spreading gear and hydraulic rams to free her.
The intermittent heavy rainfall badly disrupted the daily life in various parts of Azad Jammu Kashmir since past one week after some of the catchments lashed with heavy downpour.
Bolt: Cracked; face badly pitted; locking lugs chipped or burred; rings bent or distorted or spaced wrong; bolt slides easily into carrier
Children too badly behaved for class but not too badly behaved to be on school premises will be taught in learning support units.
Among Republicans, 60 percent said the war was going somewhat or very badly, compared with 40 percent in November.
The car was so badly damaged it needed to be towed away.
Parker is struggling with a badly bruised foot sustained in a challenge in the same game, while O'Neill, suffered a hip injury against Talbot.
He's badly in at the weights but there aren't too many opportunities for him this time of year, so he has to run.
THE majestic and renowned singer-songwriter BADLY DRAWN BOY is set to play a Teesside date later this year.
loss but badly disrupting the railway traffic, said police.
To leave players out, it would definitely not be because they are playing badly.
WASHINGTON: A majority of Americans still feel their country is faring badly one year after President Barack Obama s White House win, but their ranks have been dwindling steadily since the financial crisis broke last year, a CNN poll has found.