BASc


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BASc

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Agricultural Science
2. Bachelor of Applied Science
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BASC supports the Scottish Government's intention to increase the wildlife crime penalties for the most serious wildlife crime offences such as the persecution of raptors.
Education has been shown to be a significant factor in reducing crime levels, and BASC centres itself around ensuring the safe and lawful use of air weapons is learnt from a young age.
Garry Doolan, BASC's deputy director of communications and public affairs, said: "We had little to no sleep for 24 hours and were nursing blisters and very sore muscles, but in those moments on the mountains when energy dropped and the finish line in Llanberis seemed an awfully long way off, we thought about our colleague who would have been with us were it not for the awful effects of the disease."
Bill Harriman, the BASC's director of firearms who has also appeared on BBC's Antiques Roadshow, said: "If it is inconvenient to admit police personnel for any reason they should be told that this is the case and be asked to return at a convenient time, having made a proper appointment to do so.
In a submission to a Welsh Assembly inquiry into physical activity among children and young people, the BASC extolled the health benefits of shooting.
BASC Imaging is home to New Hampshire's first truly open MRI system: Hitachi Oasis 1.2T.
"Pistol Basc will be sold at the DBS auction in Doncaster between May 13 and 15.
Results of multivariate analyses of variance (MANOVA) yielded an overall difference in BASC scores of the two groups at pretest, F(14, 133) = 2.19, p = .011.
On the validated Behavior Assessment System for Children (BASC), teachers rated the students with mild or more severe OSA as having significantly more attention and learning problems than those without SDB.
1=False hits: the BASC was not mentioned in the dissertation study.