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BHC

(organic chemistry)
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com/articles/171678/Controversial+Nomination+for+Human+Rights+Award+Causes+Major+Outcry+in+Bulgaria">protestA action took place in front the BHC building in Sofia on Thursday, in which relatives and friends of Monov voicedA their discontentA with the nomination ofA Palfreeman and urgedA theA BHCA to withdraw it.
Dunning also got BHC and CACH to sign contracts with his businesses to provide goods and services.
Judges of the BHC, prominent lawyers were also present.
The policy statement facilitates the transfer of ownership of small community banks by permitting debt levels at small BHCs that are higher than what would be permitted for larger BHCs.
The customers of BHC recently completed customer satisfaction surveys and 90 percent reported that BHC exceeded expectations and that they would again choose BHC as their business partner.
We have been approached by other suitors," Larry Clark, executive vice president of BHC, said in a news release.
Until last week, BHC and its parent company, Chris-Craft Industries, Inc.
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.
However BHC refused to withdraw the nomination, stating that there were no grounds for rejecting the inclusion of Palfreeman among the nominees.
A new section, "Credit Card Bank Exemption from the Definition of Bank," discusses the February 18, 2005, Board staff interpretation involving the credit card bank exemption under section 2(c)(2)(F) of the BHC Act.