BHAC

AcronymDefinition
BHACButetown History & Arts Centre (est. 1987; Cardiff Bay, UK)
BHACBeacon Hill Athletic Clubs (gym club chain; Massachusetts)
BHACBonner Historia-Augusta Colloquium
BHACBayern High Adventure Camp (Garmsich, Germany)
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After the reaction finished, the solvent was evaporated, then resident was washed with diethyl ether for three times, recrystalized by ethanol, and dried under room temperature to produce the target compound (named as BHAC).
During the synthesis of target molecule (BHAC), the succinic acid reacts with epichlorohydrin at the first step with the molar ratio of 1:2.
Uber die Inventio in den Reden und Schriftstucken in der Historia Augusta, BHAC 1984/1985, 157-174.
'Uwic has built up a strong relationship with BHAC over the past three years.
Hamish Graham (Strath) Memorial Trophy for Gaelic: Coisir Sgire a Bhac.
A spokesman for BHAC said, 'Welsh people are also unaware about a strong link between the two nations.
Nasdaq further advised that under its rules, the company has sixty calendar days to submit a plan to regain compliance which, if accepted by Nasdaq, could permit BHAC up to 180 calendar days from the filing due date to regain compliance.
At the second closing, BHAC shall acquire from Holdings 100% of the company shares.
(NASDAQ: BHAC) has funded an additional 30-day extension of the date by which it must complete a business combination, the company said.
First Butetown History and Arts Centre (BHAC) has been collecting the histories of all the varied peoples of Cardiff docklands, including seafarers from Africa through to the Caribbean.
But do come and see and read the histories in our new exhibition titled Mothers and Daughters from today at BHAC.
An article in The Guardian last year (March 14) on Glenn Jordan's (director of BHAC) struggle to give the people of Tiger Bay a voice and a place in its history is a classic example of Cardiff's cultural policy.