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BHA

 (bē′āch-ā′)
n.
A white, waxy phenolic antioxidant, C11H16O2, used to preserve fats and oils, especially in foods.

[b(utylated) h(ydroxy)a(nisole).]

BHA

butylated hydroxyanisole: the antioxidant C11H16O2, used to retard rancidity in products containing fat or oil.
[1945–50]
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With the massive global expansion of broadband availability and service, BHA's company focus is quickly moving toward providing solutions centered on delivery of moving images and motion pictures over the Internet while retaining high image and sound quality," said Masaharu Yoshihara, president and chief executive officer of BHA.
It was a successful evening for the powers that be, with debutant Abe Lincoln scoring for Roy and the BHA syndicateowned Tripartite making a promising debut to finish sixth.
In announcing the possible closure of the home, BHA said it had also shelved the plans for its replacement.
Once the outstanding 'B' sample analysis is complete, BHA will be able to confirm the identities of all the horses whose samples returned positive results.
The Mahmood Al Zarooni case came to light last spring because BHA investigators had been to the stable to take samples from the horses, and the BHA announced recently that it would be doubling the number of visits to premises in the future.
A BHA press release read: "Racecourses were asked to submit applications which covered specific BHA criteria, including prize money commitment on the day, forecast attendances, support for participants and stakeholders, and overall net contribution to the sport.
The BHA discovered the irregularities following tests carried out on 45 horses in Al Zarouni's care.
KANSAS CITY -- KANSAS CITY, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- BHA Group Holdings, Inc.
BHA, butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP) and di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP) not only appeared estrogenic, but also stimulated the growth of breast cancer cells in culture, the group reports in the June Environmental Health Perspectives.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer considers BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole) to be possibly carcinogenic to humans, and the State of California has listed it as a carcinogen.
Christi Daughenbaugh, President and COO of BHA, says, "We are excited about the merger with BJFIM and the explosive impact we believe adding their long term care insurance expertise to our organization will bring for all of the agents and advisors we will be working with.
Under covenants set down before the track reopened this year with new owners, having closed in January 2009 after falling into administration with Holmes declared bankrupt with debts of PS25 million, the BHA secured assurances he would have no involvement.