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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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The ban on blasting stones in the Margalla Hill has also been banned for another two months.
Kimseng said the ban on Thai goods include poultry, fruits and vegetables.
RHINO POPULATIONKenya has attributed the growth of rhino population over the years to continuous conservation efforts key among them the 1993 ban on rhino horn trade by China.Ol Pejeta Conservancy, home to the last two Northern white rhinos, also lauded the move but remains sceptical about the sustainability of the ban.
Each water company decides independently if it believes a ban is necessary.
In 2017, India became one of the only nations in Asia to pass a ban on all wild animals in circuses.
Whether it's banning bags or banning bans, this issue is sure to cling to legislative agendas for some time.
France's highest administrative court has ruled that mayors can't ban the "burkini," a full-length swimsuit that some Muslim women wear to the beach.
The majority of the SCC distinguished Dagenais, because that case applied to discretionary publication bans (i.e., where the judge may or may not order a publication ban based on his or her discretion).
There were 10 permanent bans handed out, including a child of around seven in Rhondda Cynon Taf for physical assault and another of around 10 for sexual behaviour.
There were 13 permanent bans handed out, including a child of around seven in RCT for physical assault and another of around 10 for sexual behaviour.
A spirit of tolerance has to be inculcated." The court refused to interfere in the Bombay High Court's order to put on hold a meat ban that was to be enforced on Thursday for the Jain fasting period of Paryushan.
If the bans are to impose a code of morality studies show that it does not really work.