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BY

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for BELARUS.

BY

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Belarus. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Belarusian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Belarus. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Belarus. Each Belarusian province has its own code with the prefix "BY." For example, the code for the Province of Brest is ISO 3166-2:BY-BR.
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Bystanders, so-called secondary victims, can file lawsuits when they suffer mental harm as a result of having observed the primary victim's injuries, but who were themselves not the direct object of the tortfeasor's negligence.
Banyard (2008) has rigorously developed and tested a sexual violence bystander intervention model over time and through an experimental evaluation, Banyard, Moynihan, & Plante (2007) found that participation in the program yielded increases in "prosocial bystander attitudes, increased bystander efficacy, and increases in self-reported bystander behaviors" for students (p.
She joined in encouraging the community to change the culture by no longer being bystanders to domestic violence.
Although it was stipulated that the mother met the legal requirements for a bystander emotional distress claim, the opposing parties disagreed as to whether the insured's policy allowed for an additional recovery of that amount.
Our cover story concerns the disparate set of bombers of the late 19th century, who succeeded in assassinating leading statesmen in several countries and wreaked terror among the public in a manner very similar to modern suicide bombers; author Matt Carr evokes a group of people whose anarchist views placed them outside conventional political processes yet who sought to become actors on the political stage as well as perpetrators of violence; and who sought, too, to politicize the public and thus convert them from apparently innocent bystanders to a more active role.
It currently advises compression-only CPR when bystanders are "unwilling or unable" to do rescue breathing at the same time.
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The easily downloadable app will help an untrained bystander assess, manage, and monitor medical emergencies (such as severe bleeding, cardiac arrest, overdoses, seizures, choking, hypothermia and more) in conjunction with Mobilize Rescue Systems' Public Access Trauma & Medical Emergency Stations or other Mobilize Rescue Systems.
A bystander can either (i) do nothing, in which case the five will die, or (ii) flip a switch to the right, diverting the trolley onto a right-hand spur of track away from the five, thereby killing another track worker who is trapped there.
He was an innocent bystander who was knocked down after the fight broke out when an argument between a man and two women got out of hand.
Positive bystander behaviour", which included seeking help from a teacher or a peer or providing emotional support to the victim as well as directly intervening in the incident, was more frequently suggested by participants in cyberbullying scenarios than in more traditional ones.