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BHA

(organic chemistry)
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Bha fosgladh beag ann am bonn an doruis, le saitse (hatch) a bhiodh sinn a' fosgladh troimh'n a la, agus a' dunadh air an oidhche.
"The racecourse would need to formally submit a proposal for a licence to the BHA detailing how they would operate.
LE and armed forces contracts hurried BHA through its re-purposing of the creamery.
"This is despite frequent ongoing discussions with the MJRC initiated by the BHA on the issues of concern since late in 2016.
That nobody within the BHA, or indeed Lohn, saw the business relationship as a potential pitfall is jaw-dropping.
BHA obtained from compact section of a bovine femur may be a biomechanically preferable material for medical applications, especially orthopaedic applications [17].
The BHA said that, with the exception of one case, the circumstances of the positive samples were very similar and "point to the source of the positive test being contaminated horse feed".
However, the BHA confirmed that the fixture list will not exceed the 1,464 fixtures programmed in 2013.
The stable has been locked down since trainer Mahmoud Al Zarouni was banned from racing for eight years by the BHA for administering steroids, which are illegal in the UK, to 15 horses in his care.
Guests also heard from BHA chief executive Ufi Ibrahim and other leading industry figures on subjects ranging from how tourism can drive the economy to forthcoming legislation and social media.
OCT 14: Jockeys threaten to strike on Monday unless BHA reviews whip rules.