Übersetzung für 'BMA' von Englisch nach Deutsch
butyl methacrylate <BMA>
Butylmethacrylat {n} <BMA>
bone marrow aplasia <BMA>
Knochenmarkaplasie {f}
bone marrow aplasia <BMA>
Knochenmarksaplasie {f}
bone marrow aspiration <BMA>
Knochenmarkaspiration {f}
bone marrow aspiration <BMA>
Knochenmarkabsaugung {f} [Aspiration]
British Medical Association <BMA> [Br.]
[Britischer Ärzteverband]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In April 2014, the BMA initiated a trial service of passenger boats along Phasi Charoen Canal.
  • The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) under Governor Apirak Kosayodhin started the BACC project with a 509 million baht construction budget in 2005.
  • In 2008, bma Sports was established to deal with football team business. bma Sports manages players' commercial rights, organise football events, and is a sponsor to South China Football Team.
  • In 1976, BMA was fully nationalized by the government of Afghanistan. BMA has 15 city branches in Kabul, along with 22 provincial branches.
  • In the 2005 BMA Directory, the membership was calculated to be at 1,669.

  • In the years since its creation, BMA has grown quickly and gained much recognition.
  • Not far from BMA City Hall 2 is Thai-Japanese Stadium, a multi-purpose arena under BMA, next to the Ministry of Labour.
  • A new official cheering song for SCAA. It was introduced in the first home match in the 2006–07 season against HKFC. The demo version of the song can be accessed on www.bma.com.hk.
  • The BMA and Bermuda Rifles had re-equipped from the .303 inch No.
  • In 2019, the BMA faced criticism after two leading general practitioners blew the whistle on sexism and harassment in the organisation.

  • The use of BMA allows for higher economies of scale, as all vehicles based on BMA will have a high rate of commonality with shared parts and components reaching 70 percent, reducing costs and time needed for component testing.
  • (6 November 1929–19 March 2012) was a medical doctor, primary care pioneer and president British Medical Association (BMA).
  • "The BMJ" is a weekly peer-reviewed medical trade journal, published by the trade union the British Medical Association (BMA). "The BMJ" has editorial freedom from the BMA.
  • Miners at Saraji and six other BMA mines went on strike in February 2012 over working conditions. Work stoppages commenced in 2011. Meetings between union members and BMA began in December 2010.
  • TSW Pegasus FC was founded as TSW Pegasus FC by various people from the Yuen Long District Council in 2008, with the help of South China chairman Steven Lo and his entertainment company bma, as well as his spouse Canny Leung, who was one of the members of the board.

  • In 1959 Chesser resigned from the British Medical Association after the BMA decided that no further copies of a booklet to which he had contributed, entitled 'Getting Married', should be issued.
  • In 1989, he was elected to the post of chairman of the Scottish GP Committee of the British Medical Association (BMA).
  • The 2010–11 Hong Kong First Division League (known as HKFA bma First Division League for sponsorship reasons) season was the 99th since its establishment.
  • The establishment of BMA occurred when Hodge Military Academy, a school that had been located on those same grounds since 1894, closed.
  • In 1886, at an early stage in his career, Berry was awarded the prestigious Middlemore prize by the British Medical Association (BMA).

  • He has held many offices in the BMA; having been a Local Medical Committee (LMC) member for over 20 years and vice-chair for the 12 years.
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