TBVC

AcronymDefinition
TBVCTranskei, Bophuthatswana, Venda and Ciskei (South African states)
TBVCTampa Bay Vizsla Club (Tampa Bay, FL)
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(13) This meeting provided a forum for representatives from nineteen different political groups, including the ruling government, parties represented in the tricameral Parliament, delegations from both non-independent homelands, as well as the so-called independent TBVC states (Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, and Ciskei), the ANC, and other political parties.
This article describes the experiences and needs of former SADF/SANDF and "Homeland" (TBVC) force members known as the Statutory Forces, and combatants of the Non-Statutory Forces, like Umkhonto we Sizwe (MX), the Azanian Peoples' Liberation Army (APLA) and the Azanian Liberation Army (AZANLA).
Table 9 Percentage (%) of external and skeletal malformations and anomalies of newborn pups from female rats of the Control, TBVC and TCVC Groups.
Table 7 Mean and Standard deviation of the ossification points for newborn pups of female rats of the Control, TBVC and TCVC groups.
The strike is supported by workers from a host of companies operating in the automotive sector in Bursa such as Beltan Trelleborg Vibracoustic (TBVC), Delphi, SKT, Ototrim Automotive, Rollmech and Mako.
In the present study, 21 (67.7%) cases were of lupus vulgaris, 8 (25.8%) cases were of scrofuloderma (SFD) and 2 (6.4%) were of tuberculosis verrocusa cutis (TBVC) (Figure 3).
Bhattacharya, "Tuberculosis verrucosa cutis (TBVC)," Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, vol.
Neither the liberation armies (MK and APLA) nor the TBVC armies were exempt from allegations of brutality and human rights violations.
(82) The term 'TBVC refers to the former 'homelands' of Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda and Ciskei.
INTRODUCTION: Tuberculosis verrucosa cutis (TBVC) is a disease usually presents as an isolated verrucous plaque with scaling crusting and sometime with purulent discharge.
[Table 1].Commonest clinical variant of cutaneous tuberculosis in our study was tuberculous verrucosa cutis (TBVC) [Figure 1 and 3] seen in 46.66% patients followed by Lupus vulgaris [Figure 3] seen in 33.33% patients followed by scrofuloderma (13.33%), papulonecrotic tuberculide (6.66%) [Figure 3].