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In fact, the only thing it has in common with traditional BCP is the filling.
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The name BCP is synonymous with providing excellent customer service and great value, secured airport parking.
Muris: BCP is one of the wonders of the world; it’s extremely cohesive, with longer tenure v. Competition.
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(E) - BCP is already part of many people’s daily diets, the researchers note.
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Point of fact, the Anglican Use mass is based on Rite I of the 1979 BCP, which is a tangled mess for most of the same reasons of the Novus Ordo mass.
"Firstly they continue to say the LCD and the BCP are the same thing and secondly their (LCD) colours are still that of the BCP as well as several other tactics which are intended to cofuse the situation," he said.
There was uproar on Monday when BCP leader Molapo Qhobela asked the Speaker to rule on whether the BCP was the official oppositon.
The culprits, the authorities said, were former cabinet members dismissed in 1996 in the midst of a power struggle within the BCP, which is headed by Prime Minister Ntsu Mokhehle.
They love the BCP, which is "concise and elegant," but aren't so sure about the Bible.
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I certainly did, back when I was on the bleeding-for-form’s-sake cyclic BCP, which is IMHO more overly-medicalized than not bothering to bleed at all.
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Short for Book of Common Prayer
June 10, 2009