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Blocked Call Cleared.

bcc

(Blind Carbon Copy) The field in an e-mail header that names additional recipients for the message. It is similar to carbon copy (cc), but the names do not appear in the recipient's message. Not all e-mail systems support the bcc feature. See fcc.


Blind Carbon Copy
All the recipients whose addresses are in the bcc line in this Eudora mail client will be sent the message, but nobody will know who else got it.
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Depending on the location of the lesion, some cases of advanced BCC can be disfiguring, and treatment with surgery or radiation can lead to the loss of sensory organs and their functions such as eyesight or hearing.
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Hansen said his resignation would be effective some time this spring and that the stewardship of the project would be undertaken by four current BCC members.
The rest of the batsmen failed to score against the tidy fielding and accurate bowling of BCC bowlers.
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But critics ( including Mr Carlin, a former BCC governor ( have pointed out that the council is planning a much bigger secondary school in nearby Cramlington.
According to BCC, the study reports that the nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery makes up approximately 85 percent of the advanced battery market for fuel cell transportation in 2004, with an expected AAGR of 36.
Overall, though, BCC says, successful applications have tended to be low-profile, their infiltration of the market "stealthy.
BCC executives continued to contact Keil until, at the end of 1997, he agreed to leave WEST.
BCC Technologies, long-time provider of storage solutions for the IBM iSeries marketplace, has announced their 10K RPM and 15K RPM Extender(TM) Disk Drive (EDD) family now supports all models of IBM's iSeries and AS/400 mid-range computers.
BCC president Jim Palmer told Reuters that banks and other funding sources could turn away struggling airlines as the economy slows down, leading more carriers to ask BCC for help in funding aircraft purchases or leases.
Not to be outdone, IBM and BCC Technologies have written Top Ten lists themselves about BCC's Extender Internal AS/400 disks.