CBAC

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CBACContext-Based Access Control
CBACCanadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee
CBACContext Based Admission Control
CBACContext Based Access Control
CBACCanadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada (Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada)
CBACCyd-Bwyllgor Addysg Cymru (Welsh Joint Education Committee)
CBACChristian Brothers Automotive Corporation (Houston, Texas)
CBACCouncil for Business and the Arts in Canada
CBACCommunity Bankers Acquisition Corp. (Delaware)
CBACCulture Bridge Australia Consulting
CBACCongresso Baiano de Análises Clínicas (Portugese)
CBACClub Belge des Anciennes Citroën (French: Belgian Club of Old Citroen; Belgium)
CBACCentral Bucks Aquatic Club
CBACCesarean Birth After Cesarean
CBACClub de Badminton de Checy (French: Checy Badminton Club; Checy, France)
CBACCritical Bridge Advisory Committee (Michigan Department of Transportation)
CBACChesapeake Bay Aquatic Swim Club
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Wade said she was disappointed that her application in April for a seat on the new CBAC was declined, but added she'll be resubmitting in the next round of openings in January.
CBAC Gaming plans to invest over USD300m to develop Harrah's Baltimore.
A second phase included machine searches of MEDLARS and CBAC in order to compare manual versus machine retrieval.
The Council for Business and the Arts in Canada (CBAC) has been tracking trends in business support for the arts for the past 25 years.
CBA Commercial, LLC has received the Connecticut Quality Improvement Award Partnership's 2006 Silver CQIA Innovation Prize for the company's CBAC Authorized Lender Web site.
Knutson, executive vice president of CBA Commercial LLC (CBAC), Stamford, Connecticut, noted the potential for commercial players to reach out to residential partners in order to facilitate small-balance commercial deals.
Using as a case study the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee (CBAC), a prominent government-appointed advisory body, this article develops a two-pronged argument.
In 1999, the government of Canada created the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee (CBAC) to provide advice on the social, ethical, regulatory, economic, health, environmental and scientific considerations of biotechnology policy.
But to develop effectively, the sector needs a game plan, and a new report by the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee (CBAC) might offer the answer.
(4) Similarly, although the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee ("CBAC") recommended the patenting of higher life forms, it proposed that the Patent Act (5) be amended to provide protection from patent infringement claims for such "innocent bystanders".
In regard to the status of fetuses, the majority states that, in its June 2002 report to Parliament: "[T]he CBAC [Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee] recommends that the Patent Act be amended to say that no patent shall be granted on human bodies 'at any stage of development' (p.