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BRD

abbr.
Bundesrepublik Deutschland (Federal Republic of Germany)
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Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Sept 24 ( ANI ): Suspended paediatrician of Gorakhpur's BRD Medical College Dr Kafeel Khan, along with two others, was arrested by the police on Sunday in connection with an alleged fraud case.
But the police kept saying that I must go to the Sadar hospital first and then to the BRD hospital.
Kafeel Khan was in charge of the acute encephalitis syndrome ward at the BRD hospital and was sacked after the August crisis.
In beef cattle, BRD results in the impairment of the animal health and welfare, as well as a significant economic impact (YOUNG & WOOLUMS, 2014), since it negatively affects productive indices such as weight gain loin eye area, marbling, and finishing of the carcass (LARSON, 2005).
The facility will enhance BRD's long-term liquidity and its ability to provide financing on appropriate terms to projects in these key priority sectors of the Rwandan economy.
BRD said that the apex bank would keep its monetary policy at 1.75 percent next year and then increase it to 2 percent in 2018.
Therefore, the objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of a metaphylactic treatment with OTC in the labeled and double doses on the risk for BRD in feedlot calves.
Twelve calves with bacterial BRD, having score of 5, were used as study group (group 2).
Arkema and BRD estimate a CAPEX savings of $95,000/mile, and significant additional savings from the minimum maintenance when compared to epoxy- coated steel pipe.
BRD Commercial, having been carved out of the Development Bank of Rwanda Ltd.
14 February 2012 - BRD booked a net profit of RON465m (USD141m/EUR107m) for 2011, the Romanian lender said on Tuesday in a filing to the Bucharest stock exchange.
Brown ring disease (BRD) was first described as affecting the process of shell calcification in cultured populations of Ruditapes philippinarum (Manila clam) introduced to France (Paillard et al.