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Blind Copy

A copy of a letter or e-mail sent to a person without the knowledge of the primary recipient. In e-mail, blind copy is represented on the "bcc" line.
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For more information about BCC medical plans and its spring enrollment special, contact BCC at info@opgus.
The advanced BCC data reported in the NEJM publication were from a multicenter, international, two-cohort, nonrandomized Phase II study that formed the basis of the FDA approval for Erivedge.
The amount of coffee consumption was inversely associated with BCC risk.
David Kern, BCC chief economist, said: "Recent economic data suggests that the rebalancing of the economy towards net exports is still not strong enough.
BCC infections in immunocompetent patients occur only sporadically, but several cases of pseudo-epidemics and nosocomial infections have been reported (13).
He said that county's refusal to endorse the BCC application had been very detrimental to the project.
Finally, the BCC innings came to an end at the score of 193 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 25 overs.
David Frost, director general of the BCC, said: "More needs to be done to improve the cashflow and prevent the steady rise in unemployment.
RESULTS: Comparisons of BCC frequency were different for immediate effect of Betadine and Decosept (38 & 25), and 2 h after scrub (72 & 40).
At the chromosomal level, BCC and SCC patients seem more sensitive in terms of the number of chromosomal breaks per cell," Wei says.
But when the council announced plans for an academy in addition to the college, BCC chairman of governors Eric Young said that it would cream off all the best pupils and turn BCC into a "sink school".
In its quarterly economic survey, the BCC said disappointing exports and bosses' weakening confidence about taking on new staff meant the Bank of England should cut rates soon.