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BHC

British High Commission

A British embassy in a Commonwealth country. The high commissioner ranks as ambassador to that country. The term dates to the title used for the administrators indirectly ruled by the British Empire.
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BBQ claims BHC is exaggerating the losses, saying they remain around 20 billion won.
He caused CACH to close its doors, drove BHC to the brink of bankruptcy, cost employees of CACH and BHC their jobs, precipitated the collapse of a credit union, and caused additional harm to others in the process," federal prosecutors said.
The start-up process is explained, and the authors provide an explanation of how the new BHC can best compliment the PCP.
Many long-term residents were afraid that they would be unable to afford the rents of the renovated houses, so BHC raised the money to subsidise rents and minimize displacement.
BHC is an independent insurance agency that also includes BHC of Oklahoma and BHC Life and Financial Services.
The brands of BHC Aerovox will be maintained and Evox Rifa does not plan any changes in the sales channels in the short term.
The fish showing the highest concentrations of chemicals contained 360 nanograms of PCB per gram of fatty tissue, 300 nanograms of DDT, 45 nanograms of organic tin and 25 nanograms of BHC, the researchers said.
AFFILIATION WITH BJC: BHC maintains a strong affiliation with BJC Health System (BJC) through which it benefits from BJC's managerial expertise and strategic support.
In 2013, Genesis BBQ sold BHC to the Rohatyn Group, a U.
BHC Press made the announcement saying, "Caytlyn Brooke is a hot, fresh voice in the world of YA and teen fiction.
After resigning as CEO of BHC and CACH, Dunning opened nine businesses.
When a three-member SC bench headed by Justice Gulzar took up the petition for hearing on Monday, the petitioner counsel Asma Jahangir appeared in the court and took the plea that the BHC has overstepped its powers by issuing the termination orders.