BAMSE


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BAMSEBangla Adaptation of Mini-Mental State Examination (neuroscience)
BAMSEBofors Advanced Missile System Evaluation (Saab Bofors Dynamics)
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A statue of Bamse was unveiled by Prince Andrew in 2006.
The memory of Bamse has never been forgotten," said a spokesman.
Bamse was the largest dog of the allied naval forces during the conflict and won the hearts of the people of Montrose.
See Paul Shukovsky, Trial Opens in Imported Computer Porn Case, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, July 26, 1995, available in 1995 WL 4318785 (noting that BAMSES, the Danish word for "teddy bear," is a bulletin board depicting child pornography often involving adult men, women, and animals).
The German studies and BAMSE used matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization-time of flight (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometry (Sequenom, San Diego, CA, USA) following the manufacturer's protocol [GINI/LISA: blood samples were collected at 6-10 years; BAMSE: blood samples were collected at 4 years (Melen et al.
For the SRSAM requirement Sb is offering a unique combination of its Giraffe AMB 3-D radar and the BAMSE advanced ground based air defence missile system.
Bamse, which in Norwegian means teddy bear, was a St Bernard that became the mascot of the Free Norwegian Forces during World War II.
Bamse, a crew member on Norwegian minesweeper Thorudd, saved the lives of two sailors while the ship was stationed in the town during World War II.
The Saab Bofors Dynamics RBS23 Bamse system falls in this category but appears to have been developed mainly to provide better altitude coverage than existing Shorad systems and to intercept smaller targets.
The nose radar in Gripen and the radar in the Bamse missile system are two obvious examples.
Sb and Ashok Leyland are teaming to meet the SRSAM requirement with a new solution that combines the Sb BAMSE missile system with Ashok Leyland high-mobility vehicles.
05) with lung function in at least one of the cohorts, and that were not on the pathway between air pollution and lung function--ethnicity; parental allergies; parental education; breastfeeding; maternal smoking during pregnancy; smoking, mold/dampness, and furry pets in the child's home; recent respiratory infections; and study region (BAMSE only, because study region is a design variable in BAMSE that was found to be an important confounder in other analyses); and c) extended-adjustment models that also included birth weight, older siblings, use of gas for cooking, child care attendance, and study arm (interventional/observational, where applicable); and models that also included short-term air pollution exposures.