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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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According to the indictment, Dunning got BHC to agree to promissory notes, loan agreements and other contractual arrangements under which the not-profit organization agreed to pay him at least $1.
Shinsuke Tanabe, a professor at Ehime University who took part in the research, said, "The high concentration of BHC in the sea near the surface, despite the fact that the use of the chemical was banned in Japan in the early 1970s, shows pollution of BHC lasts a long time.
BHC is owned by BOT and leased to CHAS, a subsidiary of BJC.
The section "Consolidated Capital--Examiner's Guidelines for Assessing the Capital Adequacy of BHCs" and the section "Consolidated Capital--Leverage Measure" were revised to incorporate the February 28, 2005 (published March 10, 2005), revision of the definition of tier 1 capital under the Board's risk-based and leverage capital rules for BHCs.
Weighted average common shares outstanding in the quarter declined to 22,512,000 from 22,800,000 last year, reflecting purchases last year by BHC of its Class A common shares.
Fitch expects that fundamental performance will be further stressed due to economic conditions, and BHC status will not eliminate this fact.
The BHC described Moskovas statement as aa gross manifestation of misunderstanding of the principle of rule of law and incitement to racial hatred.
Section 3(d) of the BHC Act allows the Board to approve an application by a bank holding company to acquire control of a bank located in a state other than the home state of such bank holding company if certain conditions are met.
Average common shares outstanding in the quarter declined to 22,800,000 from 23,660,000 last year, reflecting continuing purchases by BHC of its Class A common shares.
When consolidating both BHC and the Trustees audits, the combined entity earned approximately $20.
Several thousand refugees, a large part of whom are law-abiding working-age people, should not be a problem for Bulgaria, which lost nearly two million of its population during the transition period," the open letter of the BHC to Yovchev says.