BCSABritish Columbia Soccer Association
BCSABritish Czech and Slovak Association (UK)
BCSABorder Collie Society of America (est. 1990)
BCSABritish Constructional Steel Association
BCSABig Country Soccer Association (non-profit youth sport)
BCSABadminton Club Saint-Avold (French badminton club)
BCSABig Creek Scenic Area (est. 1962; Texas)
BCSABasket Club de Saint-André-les-Vergers (French basketball club)
BCSABest Customer Satisfaction Award
BCSABurlington County Soccer Academy (New Jersey)
BCSABamdad -e- Andish Association
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The original Bilateral Currency Swap Agreement (BCSA) was signed in October 2013 at a value of $5.4 billion (Dh20 billion), reaffirming their commitment towards promoting trade and financial cooperation between the two countries.
In BCSA cement, there is no alite at all because it has been completely replaced with the CSA compound, which hydrates very quickly, and exhibits a chemical process practically completed in 24 hours.
Franco et al., "Analysis of the cellulose synthase operon genes, bcsA, bcsB, and bcsC in Cronobacter species: Prevalence among species and their roles in biofilm formation and cell-cell aggregation," Food Microbiol, vol.
"Currently, there are no federal laws that regulate the private ownership of big cats and other dangerous exotic animals," states Meredith Whitney, BCSA Rescue Committee Chair and International Fund for Animal Welfare's Wildlife Rescue Program Officer.
The BCSA is a key pillar of co-operation between PBC and MAS to strengthen regional economic resilience and financial stability.
This study used data from the baseline of BCSA developed in the city of Bambui (~15,000 inhabitants), a town in the Southwest of the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Bramble's idea came to life during a township meeting in 2012, when several members of the BCSA agreed to create the murals.
[8] SCI and BCSA, Joints in Steel Construction--Moment Connections, The Steel Construction Institute & The British Constructional Steelwork Association, Berkshire, UK, 1995.
57 (prospectus amendments), 58 (certiiicate by issuer), 59 (certificate underwriter), 61 (prospectus receipt), 65 (waiting period), Part XVI (distribution); BCSA, supra note 55, as at 2004, ss.
On February 6, 1956, a proposal was finally presented as a bill to the New York State legislature to establish the Brooklyn Sports Center Authority (BCSA), a public authority that was empowered to raise $30 million in bond sales to clear the area and build a new ballpark.