BSBIBotanical Society of the British Isles
BSBIBig Small Business Initiative (UK)
BSBIBachelor of Science in Bioinformatics (degree program)
BSBIBrith Shalom Beth Israel (Charleston, SC)
BSBIBachelor of Science in Business Informatics (degree program)
BSBIBig Sky Bible Institute (Bigfork, MT)
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Michael Kohn of Temple B'Nai Abraham in Meriden, Steve Chatinover of SSDS in West Hartford, Richard Plavin Emeritus of BSBI in Manchester, Jeremy and Jo Bruce of HHNE in West Hartford, Yosef Wolvovsky of Chabad in Glastonbury, and Jim Rosen of Beth El of West Hartford.
Right after her grandmother's funeral, she went back to BSBI to continue her training.
The BSBI Foundation head agreed to send her to school.
Thirty-five young patients will be visited at BSBI by dentists tomorrow morning for preliminary check-ups.
Repeated measures analyses were then performed to compare the pre-treatment and follow-up scores on the BSBI and the CDI subscales of the same set of the participants that completed the follow-up.
In particular, the effect sizes obtained with the Distraction/Low Motivation, Activity Impulsivity and the medium subscales of the BSBI were 1.02, .97, and .62 respectively, which represents large effect sizes.
The results of the regression analysis with the males' data showed that the only significant predictors were the Activity/Impulsivity and Depression Scales of the BSBI in the two significant models that were obtained.
THE Atlas was funded by Defra and led by the British Society of the British Isles (BSBI) and Centre for Hydrology and Ecology (CHE).
He was at the forefront of the huge body of work overseen by the Botanical Society of the British Isles (BSBI), which was the remarkable record of plant distribution and the biggest British natural history project of its kind.
Microsoft, UK Online for Business and the Big Small Business Initiative (BSBI) are just a few of the organisations present at NEON 2004, which takes place at the MetroRadio Arena in Newcastle on March 24 and 25.
Sponsors of this area include Bank of Scotland, Barclays Bank plc, Business Link, DTIU, Inland Revenue, Lloyds TSB Banking, School of Flexible Learning, Tenon, Tyne & Wear Development Company and The Big Small Business Initiative (BSBI).
County Durham Development Company (CDDC) and The Big Small Business Initiative (BSBI) are both backing Business North East at the Telewest Arena, Newcastle, next month.