BCWA

AcronymDefinition
BCWABritish and Commonwealth Women's Association (Paris, France)
BCWABristol Contributory Welfare Association (est. 1935; now Simplyhealth; Bristol, England, UK)
BCWABuffalo Creek Watershed Alliance (Lewisburg, PA)
BCWABritish Columbia Wrestling Association (Canada)
BCWABeaver Creek Wetlands Association (Ohio)
BCWABlue Collar Wrestling Alliance (Michigan)
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At the time of the plebiscite this summer, the BCWA claimed 174 member wineries, while 78 wineries were non-members.
Now, thanks largely to the clout of BCWA members representing approximately 94% of the province's wine production, nonmember wineries (the majority of which voted against mandatory membership) will have to become authority members in order to continue operating.
Paul Lewis, BCWA spokesman for Wales, said, "This nation owes people like Sir Alexander Fleming and Joseph Lister a huge debt of gratitude, and there is a danger that those who changed the world of medicine for the better are becoming forgotten.
The BCWA is active in promoting cultural groups such as the Pak Ming Opera Troupe and has been instrumental in bringing the forthcoming annual Karaoke Championships, held in September, to Birmingham.
This resulted in a decision to purchase the private company and, following approval by the voters, establishment in 1984 of the BCWA, a public agency.
Moreover, the pipe size was limited to 30 inches in diameter and Bristol County and the BCWA agreed to keep operational and upgrade its existing water system.
Golden Mile Bench is the first subappella-tion the BCWA has considered since its creation in 2008, and as such it was a test case of sorts.
Mr Richard Esler, a commercial manager at provident insurer BCWA said: "The perceived value of health insurer is far higher than the actual cost to the employer.
Norwich Union, BCWA and Legal & General all recorded double digit loss ratio growth
BCWA and Stonebridge recorded large expense ratio increases