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  • initialism British Central Africa


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  • The BCA is an example of the digitization of a large body of literature in the natural sciences that are of vital importance to the science of taxonomy.

    Creating, Managing & Pres. Dig. Assets: Electronic Biologia Centrali-Americana

  • Gooden showed her something, and she called BCA Agent Mark Owen over to confer.


  • The BFSRs of Allied Irish Banks, Bank of Ireland, and EBS Building Society were downgraded to D (mapping to a baseline credit assessment - "BCA" - of Ba2), with a developing outlook.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • Vexatious, possibly for those chiropractors who find they have claimed or advertised things that they aren't allowed to and so have to amend pamphlets, posters and websites, but then again I'd argue that the libel case by the BCA was a far more vexatious action.

    The BCA's Reply

  • Picking up on Andy's comment, how can the case proceed as it is doing when the procedural point of whether the BCA is a body capable of suing hasn't been settled?

    Corporations, Libel, and the BCA: Why Personality Goes A Long Way

  • I actually wonder if the BCA is the kind of company that has a reputation that is capable of being protected in this way - it is after all not a trading company, and the policy arguments for state organisations and political parties to be outside of the defamation laws would seem to apply to professional bodies.

    On English Libel Law - A Brief Guide for the Perplexed

  • Then came the collapse of the rupiah in 1998, when Bank Central Asia, known as BCA, was besieged by a multibillion-dollar run on deposits.

    Unilever Unit Wins Award

  • For more information on Chiropractic Awareness Week, or to find details Of your nearest BCA chiropractor, visit or call the BCA on 0118 950 5950.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Spokeswoman Jill Oliveira said this afternoon that Mankato police had called the BCA to assist "in a homicide investigation."


  • The BCA could be a flat tariff, a tax, or a requirement for the importer to purchase carbon credits that would compensate the country with more stringent regulations for the loss of competitiveness that it incurs because of its emissions standards.



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