BATHEN

AcronymDefinition
BATHENBurnable Fuel Abatement Through Efficient Improvement and Nonfossil Fraction Increase
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Bathen et al., "Prognostic value of metabolic response in breast cancer patients receiving neoadjuvant chemotherapy," BMC Cancer, vol.
Borgan E, Sitter B, Lingjaerde OL, Johnsen H, Lundgren S, Bathen TF, et al.
(29.) Sitter B, Lundgren S, Bathen TF, Halgunset J, Fjosne HE, Gribbestad IS.
in the Convenon It was agreet that the Volunteer Saillors artyficirs batone men must go to Canada and so we Croset the Rever that Day and wend as far as Bathen Kill and the 18th to fort Johnson and the 20th to for Gorge."
Singer and harpist Bethan Mason - who performs as Bathen Nia - was on the train back home to Cardiff when she just happened to find herself sitting next to one of the organisers of the Glastonbury festival.
Soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division establish security by clearing a compound in the Afghanistan town of Bathen before the sensitive-site exploitation team enters to search.--SPC Gul A.
For this month's Star Trails we focus on Edgar Castro Bathen, whose regular astronomy column in the Guatemalan Prensa Libre newspaper reaches thousands of young stargazers throughout that country.
Su mejor instrumento es la sugestion; harto mas vivido que el blanc couple nageur de Mallarme es el Bout ye loveres, that bathen in gladnesse de Chaucer.
Contact: Debra Bathen, Director of Awards, Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Rte.
In the southeastern section of the bay, water exchange occurs at [approximately equal to]26% per day and currents average just 0.25 km/h (Bathen 1968).
But ye loveres, that bathen in gladnesse, If ony drope of pite in yow be, Remembreth yow on passed hevynesse That ye han felt, and on the adversite Of othere folk, and thenketh how that ye Han felt that Love dorste yow displese, Or ye han wonne hym with to grete an ese.
The denizens of Sacramento have another useful phrase for this situation: "lobby-lock.' "We can block legislation, and the others can block ours,' Gary Gwilliam, president-elect of the California Trial Lawyer's Association, told Sigrid Bathen of the San Francisco Recorder.