BCR

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AcronymDefinition
BCRB Cell Receptor
BCRBanca Comerciala Romana (Romanian bank)
BCRBinding Corporate Rules (various organizations)
BCRBreakpoint Cluster Region
BCRBionic Commando Rearmed (gaming)
BCRBay City Rollers (band)
BCRBlack College Reunion (annual event at Daytona Beach)
BCRBorder Collie Rescue (dogs; various locations)
BCRBenefit/Cost Ratio
BCRBusiness Card Reader
BCRBusiness Communications Review
BCRBus Control Register
BCRBig Cat Rescue
BCRBank of Costa Rica
BCRBanco Central de Reserva de El Salvador (Central Reserve Bank of El Salvador)
BCRBull City Rising (Durham, NC)
BCRBand Council Resolution (Canada)
BCRBird Conservation Region
BCRBar Code Reader
BCRBusiness Communications Review (magazine)
BCRBall Closure Ring (body piercing)
BCRBirth Control Review (Margaret Sanger publication)
BCRBox Car Racer (band)
BCRBiochemical Reactor
BCRBusiness Card Recognition
BCRBusiness Community Relations (various organizations)
BCRBibliographic Center for Research
BCRBâtiment de Commandement et de Ravitaillement (French naval ship)
BCRBanque Commerciale du Rwanda (French: Commercial Bank of Rwanda)
BCRBrief Constructed Response (education)
BCRBureau Communautaire de Référence (French: Community Bureau of Reference; European Union production standard)
BCRBuilding Condition Report (Canada)
BCRByte Count Register
BCRBiological, Chemical or Radiological
BCRBulbocavernosus Reflex
BCRBlue Collar Republican
BCRBradford Centre Regeneration (UK)
BCRBéton Compacté Au Rouleau (French; Portneuf, Quebec, Canada)
BCRBali Car Rentals
BCRBremen Core Repository
BCRBudget Change Request
BCRBritish Columbia Regiment (Canadian Reserves)
BCRBackground Counting Rate
BCRBaseline Change Request
BCRBritish Columbia Rail (Canada)
BCRBase Curve Radius (of contact lens)
BCRBachelor of Community Rehabilitation
BCRBlue Collar Review
BCRBeaver Creek Resort (Gaylord, Michigan)
BCRBell Communications Research Inc.
BCRBush-Cheney-Rove (political shorthand)
BCRBartcop Radio
BCRBudget Control Report
BCRBar Chart Report
BCRBadminton Club Roubaix (French badminton club)
BCRBegin Curb Return (construction)
BCRBarrie Collingwood Railway
BCRBattlefield Communications Review
BCRBusiness Club Russie (French: Russian Business Club)
BCRBattle Casualty Replacement
BCRBase Change Request
BCRBlocked Calls Released
BCRBusiness Change Request
BCRBibliothèque Centrale de Recherche (French: Central Research Library)
BCRBirthing Cost Recovery
BCRBudget Change Report
BCRBowers cult Regular
BCRBig Crappy Robot (band)
BCRBase Conference Room
BCRBudget Comparison Report
BCRBase-band Combiner Radio
BCRBeginning Curb Return (surveying/civil engineering)
BCRBoulangerie Construction Réalisation (French construction company)
BCRBilling Cross-Reference
BCRBoca do Acre, Amazonas, Brazil (airport code)
BCRBranch on Condition to Register (IBM)
BCRBasic Cost Reduction
BCRBrisk Capillary Refill
BCRBonsaï Club de Reims (Reims, France)
BCRBureau Central de Répartition (French: Central Office of Allocation; insurance industry)
References in periodicals archive ?
Benefit/cost ratios estimated with conservative cost and service life assumptions are 1.
These estimates of the benefit/cost ratio are conservative, however, not only because they assume the lower limit to the estimated gain in the number of school grades completed (0.
The benefit/cost ratio for electrification continuously from Crossrail to Reading, Oxford, Bristol and Cardiff has been assessed by the Association of Train Operating Companies at 2.
That more than 5:1 benefit/cost ratio would seem to make RSPA's decision a no-brainer.
Whatever the true benefit/cost ratio, and regardless of what RSPA decides, it is important to note that a recent AGA survey found that 50 percent of respondent companies were already installing EFVs voluntarily on new gas lines.
A recent analysis of the Abecedarian Project by Leonard Masse and Steven Barnett of Rutgers University concluded that the benefit/cost ratio for the program was 4 to 1.
In the one department in which interns consistently work for more than one year (Technical Assistance), the benefit/cost ratio of 2.
Initially, many people predicted that the earnings, and therefore the benefit/cost ratio of placing people into supported employment would be far greater than if they were in an alternative placement (Conley, 1973).
In Fiscal year 2005, program expenditures of $93,880,000 enabled avoided costs of $646,300,000 for additional generation, transmission and distribution for a benefit/cost ratio of 6.
The analysis was used to assess the number of animals reached, the total cost of the intervention and the benefit/cost ratio.
The Department for Transport has already admitted its original forecasts for benefit/cost ratio were wildly optimistic and the chances are that this will actually be negative, as it was for HS1.
The electrification of the GWML from London to Reading is part of the Crossrail project and has an economic-based benefit/cost ratio of 1.