BACCH

AcronymDefinition
BACCHBritish Association for Community Child Health
BACCHBand-Assembled Crosstalk Cancellation Hierarchy (algorithm)
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(52.) Bacch. 248, 449, 667, 693, 716 (deleted by Dobree), 1063 ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] P, to [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Dodds, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Nauck and Diggle).
(42.) He first appears in Plautus, Bacch. 155, in his guise as Hercules' teacher.
The play is not one of enchantment like Bacch. or of grief like Troi.
(9.) Dionysus was certainly associated with the East prior to Alexander, but not specifically with India; cf., e.g., Euripides, Bacch. 14-20 and numerous vase paintings that depict him in Eastern garb.
BACCH. Patiar, non metuo, ne quid mihi doleat quod ferias.
18 The lines in which exorare occurs are: Bacch. I 170, 1176 (bis), I 177, and 1200.
For example, on Orpheus's ability to move rocks and trees by his singing, sources include: Euripides, Bacch. 561ff.; Apollonius of Rhodes 1.26ff.; also Ovid, Met.
9.17-18; Euripides, Bacch. 116-19, 1236-37; Diogenes Laertius 6.98.
(74.) Euripides, Bacch. 822: [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]
52), and to receive "collective honors from all" (ex hapanton timas koinas: Euripides, Bacch. 208-09).
NBK works closely with the Kuwait Association for the Care of Children in Hospitals (KACCH), Bayt Abdullah for the Care of Children in Hospice (BACCH) and several other special needs organizations to maximize its reach to all the children in numerous hospitals and schools.