MBCS


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MBCSMulti Byte Character Set
MBCSMember of the British Computer Society
MBCSMulti-Byte Character Set
MBCSMotion-Base Crew Station (space flight)
MBCSMcGill Business Conference on Sustainability (McGill University; Canada)
MBCSMotorola Broadband Communications Sector (Horsham, Pennsylvania)
MBCSMedical Billing and Coding Specialist
MBCSMeteor Burst Communications System
MBCSMiami Bethany Community Services, Inc
MBCSManaged Business Consultancy Service (Chartered Institute of Marketing)
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However, the benefits of many of these activities accrued largely to the Dalits, particularly the relatively affluent Jatavs, bypassing the poorer groups of MBCs and among the Dalits the Balmikis.
Many MBCs have significant opportunities to restructure their portfolios -- in particular, through divesting non-core businesses or businesses to which other owners can add more value.
Table 1 presents the MICs and MBCs for the selected cutaneous isolates and the reference strains showing their level of susceptibility to erythromycin and clindamycin.
rubrum 1 16 [+ or -] 1.5 2 16 [+ or -] 1.5 3 32 [+ or -] 2.0 4 16 [+ or -] 1.5 5 8 [+ or -] 1.5 TABLE 5: MBCs ([micro]g/mL) of 1-5 from C.
MICs and MBCs were calculated by a broth microdilution assay in microlitre plates using Mueller-Hinton medium and by plating 0.01 mL samples from clear 1 mL tubes onto agar plates, respectively.
She said Tamil Nadu was one of the "front-ranking" states and Chennai a "well-deserved fast-growing industrial hub." "This state ranks the best in education and healthcare and is a pioneer in implementing welfare measures for Dalits and MBCs. Many states follow Tamil Nadu in addressing the needs of these people," she said.
Not since the sweeping reforms of 1974 that created the old metropolitan borough councils has such a radical reshaping been considered -- and that includes the abolition of the MBCs after just 12 years.