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BAN

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

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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Luton Town topped League Two's banning order list (27), followed by Hartlepool United and Shrewsbury Town (both 24).
Terrace Bay and Schreiber township councils were the first in Northern Ontario to pass bylaws banning smoking in restaurants.
Chairman Brown's reversal of her position in favor of banning bath seats a week before the May 23 briefing could not have pleased the petitioners, Consumer Federation of America, et al, who demanded a total ban.
Thus, the judges concluded, "it was not enough for the EPA to show, as it did in this case, that banning some asbestos products might reduce the harm that could from the use of these products." What EPA needed to prove was "that there is not some intermediate state of regulation that would be superior to both the currently regulated and the completely banned world," the judges stated.
Connecticut in 1990 prohibited municipalities from banning the use or sale of PS packaging products if local vendors, commercial users, or retail users demonstrated that they were actively engaged in efforts to recycle PS packaging.
The Oregon Marine Board staff says it will propose keeping the ban on gas-powered boats, but its opinion on banning float planes remains uncertain.
These were carried out before and after legislation banning smoking in public places had come into force in Ireland, France, Germany and the Netherlands, and in the UK, excluding Scotland, before legislation was enacted.
To gun control advocates, the Morton Grove decisions proved there was nothing unconstitutional about banning specific categories of weapons.
Underscoring the inconsistencies, private Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish schools, which would be exempt from the law banning religious symbols, receive direct state financing--something that in the United States would likely be seen as a violation of the tradition of separation of church and state.
Officers are vowing to hit them with football banning orders which would have them jailed if they go anywhere near a ground.
5, 2003, when President George Bush signed legislation banning the procedure.