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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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Existing standards are strong In any case, industry bodies like the British Poultry Council suggest the high standards of welfare in the UK mean it's not necessary for supermarkets to sign up to the BCC. "Welfare in the UK is world-class, heavily regulated, science-based, and continually improving," says public affairs and public relations manager Shraddha Kaul.
When our case first visited the office, the 'polyp' configuration led us to benign-looking differential diagnosis, including pigmented nevus, strangulated fibroepithelial polyps (acrochordons), or seborrheic keratosis, whereas BCC was not the straightforward consideration.
The report also added that examining the worsening situation of the patient, the attendants were consulted for putting the patient on a ventilator which the attendants refused, while the BCC staff had to take permission from father in law of the patient.
271 patients were diagnosed with BCC (67.7%), 117 patients were diagnosed with SCC (29.2%) and 12 patients with BSCC.
Richard Cort's on Road, BCC officially doors, in and as "We'd everyone launch of a success.
The officials of BCC said managing the influx of patients is a challenge because non-availability of burn units at all District Headquarters Hospitals (DHQ), but it is not possible to return a victim from the doors of BCC.
According to Mr Ajah, who spoke on behalf of STOAN, 'BCC that was contracted to do the regular sweeping of channels and berths, when they do that, they should give the actual figure of depth of the channels and berths, so that when we negotiate with our customers, we can be confident that whatever they (our customers) will get from the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) will tally with what we are telling them.
The guidelines for BCC and cSCC, published online in two separate papers (J Am Acad Dermatol.
Histopathological diagnosis of BCC shows palisading of columnar cells, although this characteristical appearance has been debated for considerable time.
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) of the skin is the most common human cancer in Caucasians.
in 1827 and named rodents ulcer, basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is a type of nonmelanocytic malignant skin cancer.
Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common malignant neoplasm, with an estimated overall lifetime risk of 30% in the United States.