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PCB:

see polychlorinated biphenylpolychlorinated biphenyl
or PCB,
any of a group of organic compounds originally widely used in industrial processes but later found to be dangerous environmental pollutants. Polychlorinated biphenyl is a fat-soluble, water-insoluble hydrocarbon containing chlorine.
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PCB

(organic chemistry)

PCB

(hardware)
Power Circuit Breaker.

PCB

(hardware)
Power Control Box.

PCB

(hardware)

PCB

(4)
Process Control Block.

PCB

(5)
Product Configuration Baseline.

PCB

(6)
Program Control Block.

PCB

(networking)
Protocol Control Block.

(TCP).
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Some of the salient features of the ToRs are: Access the structure and composition including skills, knowledge, experience and diversity of the Board in the light of the PCB Constitution.
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'Shafiq has been one of the most loyal and committed servants of the game, previously as a cricketer and more recently as an administrator,' said PCB managing director Wasim Ahmed.
It held an advisory role, with the recommendations not binding for the PCB. With Pakistan performing below expectations in the World Cup, the PCB had assigned the committee to oversee the performance of the national coaching staff and the team, expected to lead to an extensive revamp in the coaching setup.
'I am very thankful to PCB Chairman Mani for honouring me with the opportunity to Chair the PCB Cricket Committee.
Chairman PCB said the approval for the appointment of Managing Director PCB has already been taken in the last meeting of the governing body.
One of the parts the ME defines is the shape and size of the outline of the PCB, which is a critical component of the product.
Through the 1970s and 1980s, PCBs were banned in several countries and in 2004, through the Stockholm Convention, more than 90 countries have committed themselves to phase out and dispose of the large stocks of PCBs.
In PCB, pharyngeal, cervical and brachial muscles may be affected first or constitute the entire illness.
Exterior caulk samples from eight buildings contained PCB concentrations high enough [range, 70-36,200 ppm (parts per million); mean, 15,600 ppm] to require the material to be treated as PCB bulk product waste [U.S.
PCB calibration standard solutions, 13C-labeled surrogate standards ([sup.13]C-PCB-14, 65 and 166), and injection standards ([sup.13]C-PCB-9, 52, 101, 138 and 194) complying with US EPA method 1668A for PCBs analysis were purchased from Cambridge Isotope Laboratories in USA.