from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Bachelor of Canon Law
- abbr. Bachelor of Civil Law
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- n. Base Class Library
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Wadia Group firm Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation Ltd (BBTCL) is in the final stage of talks to sell its precision springs business (housed under a division called BCL Springs) to its overseas technology partner NHK Spring Co. Ltd of Japan for approximately Rs 200 crore, at least three people with direct knowledge of the transaction told VCCircle.
The organisation formerly known as BCL is set to lose its core business when the government pulls the plug on analogue TV broadcasts, likely between 2011 and 2014.
The injured was identified as BCL activists Shishir Ahmed, Quamrul Hasan, Shanjay Kumar, Riad and Sohel and Shibir activists Mofizul Islam, Pavel Sarwar, Selim Ahmed, Mohammad Rafi, Ariful Islam, Shafiqul Islam and Suman Ahmed.
Textile-to-real estate conglomerate Wadia Group has sold its spring division BCL Springs to Japanese technology partner NHK Spring for 180.50 crore.
BCL Burton Copeland didn't respond to requests for comment.
After the scandal first erupted, in 2006, it hired another law firm, London-based BCL Burton Copeland , during a police investigation at that time following the arrest of News of the World reporter Clive Goodman for phone hacking.
Even more remarkably, the document was cited in 1993 by the US Bishops Committee on the Liturgy: BCL Newsletter, Volume XXIX, August-Sept 1993, paragraph 9-11.
Agreed, Steve is a very reasonable Liberal and BCL and Scott are fun to read because of their partisanship.
BCL – Only a handful of blogging losers have made an issue over the alleged “abuses” of HRCs.
From BCL: "Prof Jones probably wishes that emails were never invented," said Willis at a press conference.
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