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DBCDesign By Contract
DBCDarlington Borough Council (UK)
DBCDynamic Brake Control
DBCDatabase CAN (Controller Area Network; file format)
DBCDenton Bible Church (Denton, TX)
DBCDigital Business Center
DBCDouble Byte Character
DBCData Base Creator
DBCData Buffer Controller
DBCData Base Container
DBCData Base Connectivity
DBCData Bus Controller
DBCData Broadcasting Corp.
DBCDecibels (referenced to the carrier)
DBCDiagnose Behandeling Combinatie (Dutch)
DBCDistance between Centers (optics)
DBCDigital Business Card (various meanings)
DBCDansk BiblioteksCenter (Danish Bibliographic Centre)
DBCDragon Boat Canada (governing body)
DBCDetroit Boat Club (est. 1839; Michigan)
DBCDiversified Business Communications (various locations)
DBCDynamic Business College (Tokyo, Japan)
DBCDead Brain Cells (Canadian Heavy Metal band)
DBCDevelopment Bank of China
DBCDistrict Budget Committee (various locations)
DBCDictionnaire Biographique du Canada
DBCDecatur Baptist Church (Alabama)
DBCDenied Boarding Compensation
DBCDetailed Business Case (various organizations)
DBCDeath by Chocolate
DBCDeaconess Billings Clinic (Montana)
DBCDuplicate Bridge Club
DBCDirect Bond Copper (semiconductor manufacturing)
DBCDirty But Clean (DBC Pierre, Man Booker Prize winning novelist)
DBCDashboard Confessional (band)
DBCDaniel Boone Council (scouting)
DBCDowntown Business Community (various organizations)
DBCDraguignan Badminton Club (France)
DBCDuBois Business College (DuBois, PA)
DBCDatabase Computer
DBCDesign Basis Conditions (atomic energy)
DBCDurham Bird Club (UK)
DBCDocumentation Based Care (Finland)
DBCDavid Brower Center (Berkeley, CA)
DBCDuPage Birding Club (Illinois; est. 1985)
DBCDécolletage, Bar Cutting (French machining company)
DBCDaytona Beach College (Daytona Beach, FL)
DBCDallas Business Club (Dallas, TX)
DBCDominique Brisard Construction (France)
DBCDevice Bay Controller
DBCDon Bosco College
DBCDacorum Borough Council (Hertfordshire, UK)
DBCDeutsche-Börse-Clearing
DBCDolphin Beach Club (Florida)
DBCDesign-Build Contract
DBCDupré Bois et Construction (French carpentry company)
DBCDominique Bard Consultant (France)
DBCDécor Béton Corse (French decorative concrete company)
DBCDocument Binding Company Ltd. (Ireland)
DBCDirect Business Consumers (France)
DBCdistribution à base communautaire
DBCDon't Be Cruel (song)
DBCDB Cooper (band)
DBCDundee Bank of Canada
DBCDivonne Bridge Club (France)
DBCData Bus Coupler
DBCDeutscher Bumerang Club
DBCDelftsche Bridge Club (Netherlands)
DBCDemocratic Business Council (Virginia)
DBCData Bus Control
DBCDugald Baird Centre (University of Aberdeen; UK)
DBCDirector of Barrack Construction (UK)
DBCDust Bowl Central (band)
DBCDanish Bacon Company (UK)
DBCDigital Battlefield Communications
DBCDigital Broadband Communications (Waltham, MA)
DBCDeputy Brigade Commander
DBCDispersive Boundary Condition
DBCDiode Box Controller
DBCDistrict Basket Club (French basketball club)
DBCDeterministic Broadcast Channel
DBCDanetre Bridge Club
DBCDauphine Bourse Club (French: Dauphine Exchange Club; Paris-Dauphine University; France)
DBCDordtse Bridge Club (Netherlands)
DBCDigital Business Concepts, LLC
DBCDirect Brand Contribution
DBCDatabase Communications, Inc.
DBCDriver Built Company (trucking)
DBCDon't Bother Clicking/Checking
DBCDatabase Contractor
DBCDiscount Beverage Center (Ithaca, NY)
DBCDraper Lab Bridge Club (Cambridge, MA)
DBCDrinking Bridge Club
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"We should be screening children from the south Asian community to make sure they do not have elevated levels of lead in their blood, before we discover more dead brain cells."
17,2014 in the online issue of PLoS ONE, compared the number of white matter lesions (age-related changes consisting of clumps of dead brain cells) in participants who engaged in moderate to vigorous exercise, those who engaged in light activity (such as shopping or housekeeping), and those who were sedentary.
The devastating effects of stroke are often permanent because dead brain cells aren't replaced.
The affected brain begins to look like Swiss cheese after only a little drinking, and the damage, the dead brain cells from drinking or taking drugs, is irreversible.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- New research links 'silent strokes,' or small spots of dead brain cells, found in about one out of four older adults to memory loss in the elderly.
Washington, Dec 29 (ANI): A new study has suggested that 'silent strokes,' or small spots of dead brain cells, found in about one out of four older adults may have lead to memory loss in the elderly.
It's also one that requires quantum leaps in logic, the most jarring being the idea that these scientists can use "parabolic calculus" to seamlessly integrate a foreign consciousness into the "afterglow" of dead brain cells, but can't locate the origin of an explosion by simply observing the wreckage.
Although the healing process can help some patients improve after a stroke, some devastating effects of stroke are often permanent; unlike other cells in the body, dead brain cells aren't replaced.
These plaques may be a gravestone marker of dead brain cells but are probably not the killer.
These thugs that ruin people's lives have heads full of dead brain cells just like the people that run this country or should I say ruin it.
"He's a barmpot - he must have a few dead brain cells up there or something.
Scientists have discovered a link between a mutated gene and a protein found in dead brain cells of people who suffer from a form of dementia and other neurological disorders.