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AcronymDefinition
BDGBuilding (usually seen as BLDG)
BDGBudget
BDGBinding
BDGBusiness Development Group
BDGBundaberg (Queensland, Australia)
BDGBandag, Inc. (stock symbol; Muscatine, IA)
BDGBanque de Dépots et de Gestion (French; Swiss bank)
BDGBlanding, Utah (airport code)
BDGBlagues de Geek (French: Geek Jokes; website)
BDGBatten's Disease Gene
BDGBiological Diversity of the Guiana Shield (Smithsonian Institute)
BDGBuilding Diagnostics Group (Atlanta, GA)
BDGBenefit Development Group (Providence, RI)
BDGBremer Design GmbH (Germany)
BDGBen Davis Giants (high school team)
BDGBroadband Data Gateway
BDGBig Dopey Grin
BDGBiodiversity-Gram (biology)
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Therefore, studies on the binding of metal ions to serum albumin can provide effective information to understanding of the metabolic process and biological effects of metal ions [4-7].
Fold the binding up, then back down even with edge of the quilt.
C) Half rexine with dori binding size for register 13 x 7 1/2 approx.
This rule, called the "binding contract" rule, offers assurance that the COI requirement will be met, by allowing taxpayers to measure for COI as of the day immediately preceding the day the binding contract is executed, rather than measuring immediately before the transaction closes.
Binding systems fall into two general categories--mechanical and thermal.
NS1, by virtue of its dsRNA binding properties, is likely to sequester viral dsRNA produced during viral infection, which prevents recognition of this dangerous molecule by cellular sensors.
Merrill Lynch argued that under Paparo (71 TC 692 (1979)), the test could not be applied without a fixed and binding plan.
Current ski designs locate binding pivot points between the center of the heel radius and the back of the boot.
Telemark binding don't release in a fall, a possible disadvantage.
Soon after Yale's announcement, Stanford University President John Hennessy said his school, too, was changing its admissions program and will no longer require early applicants to make a binding commitment to attend the school.
A large patch of charged residues on one end of the barrel was proposed as the binding surface with which IL-1[beta] interacts with its receptor.
Binding proteins are thought to have a role in modulating the availability of free hormone (the generally metabolically active form) for interaction with target tissues [for a review, see Muller-Newen et al.