GCABGlobal Community Advisory Board (HIV/AIDS)
GCABGlobal Consumer Advisory Board
GCABGlobal Committee of Argentina Bondholders
GCABGroupement des Commerçants et Artisans de Blonay (French: Blonay Shopkeepers and Craftsmen Group; Switzerland)
GCABGloucestershire County Association for the Blind (UK charity)
GCABGroupement Carburant Aviation du Bourget (French aviation fuel group)
GCABGibraltar Citizens Advice Bureau
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The microscopic findings of GCAB include a transmural inflammatory infiltrate of the walls of small- and medium-sized arteries, composed of lymphocytes, plasma cells, histiocytes, and multinucleated giant cells.
The differential diagnosis of GCAB is quite diverse.
The differential diagnosis of GCAB also includes other types of vasculitides involving the breast.
While announcing the launch of the 'Green Cabs', Mr Ajay Singh, Chairman of Greenwheels said: " The launch of "gcabs" at Formula 1 is part of our relationship with the Buddh International Circuit to provide for clean transportation during the Formula 1 event.
During the Formula 1, the 'gcabs' will be available for ferrying the audiences from the parking area to the venue free of cost.
All the extra cash will go towards continuing the ongoing work that GCAB offer to Gateshead's younger generation.
The grant will allow GCAB to reach out to those who are troubled by issues such as debt and homelessness, concerns about sexual health, domestic abuse and mental health problems.
Following on the heels of Ecuador's unilateral exchange offer in 1999, the Argentine choice not to negotiate with its creditors, even after they had organized themselves for that purpose, had a great influence over the members of the Congo Creditors' Committee, all of whom were either members of the GCAB or were intimately familiar with the GCAB's valiant but vain attempts to engage Argentina and avoid a unilateral solution.
The Global Committee of Argentina Bondholders (GCAB) was organized by a significant number of creditors of Argentina representing approximately $34 billion of the roughly $100 billion in default.
(23) The GCAB reportedly represents 75% of foreign bondholders.