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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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The report covers Italy Benzene plants and presents installed capacity by process and technology.
The defendant was cited admitting that he entered the exchange house and sprinkled benzene as he intended to take money.
These two intermediates account for one fifth and one tenth of worldwide benzene consumption respectively.
The pure versions of alternative fuels biodiesel and bioethanol have no benzene, said Tomas Endicott, co-founder of Portland-based SeQuential Biofuels.
The major players operating in global benzene market include ExxonMobil, Shell Chemicals, and Sinopec Corporation, among others.
Pertamina exports part of its production of benzene and paraxylene to a number of countries including Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Italy, India, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.
In 1997-2002, imports of benzene tended to rise from 130,234 tons valued at US$ 44.
Suurna also indicates that the company has reduced its emissions of benzene by approximately 77 per cent since 1993, at a cost of approximately $5 million.
Benzene, along with trichloroethylene, was designated by the government in 1997 as a harmful airborne substance under the Air Pollution Control Law.
These and other burning questions are answered in discounted market research report "1,3-Di(trifluormethyl) benzene (CAS 402-31-3) Market Research Report 2013" drawn up by Business Analytic Center (BAC).
Benzene is a colorless chemical which is often used to make plastics.
In a study published in the journal Cancer, Flowers and his colleagues gathered data on benzene release sites in Georgia from the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Toxics Release Inventory and compared it to data on incidences of lymphoma gathered from the Georgia Comprehensive Cancer Registry.