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BAN

Abbreviation for:
Bachelor of Arts in Nursing
British approved Approved Name (Medspeak-UK)
British Association of Neurologists (Medspeak-UK)
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body area network

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BAN

A group of wireless sensors worn by, or inserted into a patient, and used to monitor vital signs and other physiological parameters.
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All trade in animal furs and hides should be banned. The pictures showed grotesque images and no animal should have that done to them.
The extraction of stones in the Margalla Hills via blasting was also banned.
Meanwhile, the sale of open spices was also banned. However, those preparing spices were given one year's time to arrange quality packaging for open spices.
"Smoking shouldn't be banned in open areas such as parks.
In Belgium, the city of Maaseik, on the Dutch border, has banned the niqab, which covers the whole body except for the eyes.
To equalize the situation, Kenneth Glover of WR Lazard says corporate money should be banned too because, he contends, "If [contributions] are buying business on one side, they are buying business on the other."
Because many halogenated compounds are lipophilic (dissolve in fat) and resist breakdown, they tend to persist in the environment -- often decades after their use has been banned -- and to accumulate in body fat.
"We have banned smoking at all of our meetings and we do not accept advertisements from tobacco companies.' But in New York, the most vocal minority voices have been raised to protest the smoking ban.
PESHAWAR -- School and college going students have been deprived of sugary and starchy snacks after the provincial food authority banned the sale of substandard chips, and carbonated drinks on campuses.
Critics likely will argue the ban is over-inclusive since young children and grandmothers from the six countries as well as fighting-age men are banned, but it has no effect on possible terrorists from those countries already in the United States.
Lahore, July 16, 2010 (Frontier Star): Law enforcement agencies and police during joint crackdown against activists of banned organizations in different areas of Lahore held numbers of activists of banned outfits.