bth


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BTh

abbr.
Bachelor of Theology
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bth

bathroom.

B.Th.

or B.T.,

Bachelor of Theology.
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The fact that the increased ALP level returned to normal within four months supported the diagnosis of BTH.
[ClickPress, Mon Mar 19 2018] Bithium coin (BTH) is an open source, blockchain based, built on the decentralized platform cryptocurrency that enables instant payments to anyone with minimum transaction fees.
Lin Lu, Senior Energy Specialist at ADB's East Asia Department, said, "We remain committed to helping the PRC government improve air quality and reduce pollution in the greater BTH region, where a third of the country's economic growth comes from.
Data used in this study over the BTH are based on OMI S[O.sub.2] products with Dobson Units (DU, 1 DU = 2.69 X [10.sup.16] molecules/[cm.sup.2]).
For additional information on BTH please visit http://www.hawaii.edu/bridgetohope/.
Hierarchical graph-based segmentation (red rectangles: 1D-3D) is based on construction of five layers based on the number of objects in retinal images: original RGB image (largest), ROI (region of interest), color, followed by black top-hat (BTH), and finally Dijkstra-layers (smallest) (Section 3.2).
Approximately 40 BRE employees also received equity interests in BRE, BNL and BTH.
BEIRUT: Syria's Parliament speaker has invited his opposite numbers in "friendly" states to send representatives to observe next month's presidential election, the first multiple-candidate poll of the Bth Party era.
Assad also underscored the significant role of the Bth Party in the underway reconciliation process, stressing the need for Party efforts to eliminate fanacticism and create awareness inside a society.
However, unlike Assad and Russia, Iran and the Syrian Bth Party want to keep fighting.
Summary: United States officials believed the former Iraqi president, Saddam Hussein, to have posed an obvious threat to the Iraqi people, pointing to Iraq's war against Iran in the 1980s, the Gulf War in the 1990s, the mass killing of civilians and the strangling of rival Bth rivals.
"The purpose of these attacks is to give opportunities to those who collaborate with the Bth regime," he said, referring to Syria's ruling Bth Party led by President Bashar Assad.