BACAL

AcronymDefinition
BACALBay Area Christian Athletic League (California)
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After that, they (DPWH) are going to look into the details, particularly the technicalities,' Bacal said in an interview here.
For Bacal, the agriculture sector can bounce back if it can produce enough to fill the demand of the region, since 60 percent of food products come from outside Western Visayas.
Bacal attributed the temporary closure of Boracay for rehabilitation last year, as one of the factors that slowed down the regions economy, which was 6.1 percent in 2018 compared to 8.6 percent in 2017.
With a limit on the number of characters per tweet, it can be difficult for reporters to explain complex court proceedings and legal outcomes (Sossin and Bacal 2013; Winnick 2014).
Bacal could not say yet if the two grenade attacks in Pikit were related.
Basically, it is the Region 6 that will be badly hurt by the closure,' Bacal said.
An analyst who privileges the dyadic specificity of process will be simultaneously receptive to the emergence of structured concepts of any analytic tradition that may relevantly illuminate understanding of, and optimal responsiveness to, that patient's particular therapeutic needs (Bacal, 2017, p.
(100.) See Sossin & Bacal, supra note 6 at 631-32; Matlow
Acrescenta-se que o sistema de gestao de desempenho e atualmente visto como uma troca ativa entre empregadores e colaboradores sobre as suas expectativas, metas e progressos tanto organizacionais, como individuais (BACAL, 2004).
Pereira WO, Correia RP, Hamerschlak N, Bacal NS, Campregher PV.
Marra, Nydia Strachman Bacal, Jacyr Pasternak, and Oscar Fernando Pavao dos Santos participated in the design and coordination.
The potential for this concept to apply to Maori was revealed by Jansen, Bacal, and Crengle (2009), who found that financial difficulties were not the only reason Maori did not go to the doctor.