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BADSBritish Association of Day Surgery (London, UK)
BADSBehavioral Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome
BADSBlack Locks with Albinism and Deafness Syndrome
BADSBiological Agent Detection System
BADSBiological Agent Decontamination Simulant
BADSBoston Air Defense Sector
BADSBergen Amateur Dramatic Society (Bergen, Norway)
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where P(x) is the output set of goods and bads that can be produced with x, and ([[delta].
From Table 5, it is observed that 6FDA, MDA, BABP, and DABN moieties have positive contributions to all the ideal separation factors, while ODA, DDS, and BADS contribute negatively to [[alpha].
The paternalistic notion of government used to justify imperial adventures is often carried over to applications at home, giving rise to bad public policy there.
7), the principle is meant to help one decide if an act that is foreseen to have both a good and bad effect(s) (i.
A custom forecast allows a business to better predict its approval and bad rates and establish tiers.
48) In other words, VSL is gleaned by looking at risky activities that people choose to engage in because they perceive them as beneficial and then used to estimate how much people would be willing to pay for reductions in unchosen mortality risks that they perceive as bads.
It may be the case, in other words, that either alcohol or the use of drugs by itself would not produce more harms or bads than a reasonable society can tolerate, but that in combination they would produce harms and bads that surpass the threshhold.
Further, as with most phenomena in stratified societies, environmental goods and bads are unequally distributed.
Correcting for inefficiencies stemming from public bads such as carbon emissions requires increasing the private costs of using fossil fuels in line with the social costs.
Bads I, Simonato L, Artvinli M, Pooley F, Saracci R, Skidmore J, Wagner C.
For example, Ulrich Beck in Risk Society (1992) argued that we have entered a new era in which the central problem is not the production and distribution of goods, but rather the prevention or minimization of bads.
Those which lower utility (both tangibles and intangibles) are defined as bads.