Meaning BPA
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A substance used in a type of radiation therapy called boron neutron capture therapy. BPA is injected into a blood vessel and collects in tumor cells. The patient then receives radiation therapy with [..]
Source: cancer.gov

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Bad Parent Award
Source: urbandictionary.com

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Bitch, Pay Attention A term used to refocus an otherwise distracted friend/family member. Can be used during a card game, a conversation, a baseball game to name a few. Typically used as a reminder, a [..]
Source: urbandictionary.com

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Best player available. The best player available on the board in a pro sports draft, regardless of the position they play.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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any large pink stuffed ape used in a sexual manner
Source: urbandictionary.com

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Bonneville Power Authority. Electricity utility in the US Pacific Northwest, supplying power to several aluminum smelters. Acceptable as second-reference abbreviation.
Source: platts.com

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See Blanket Purchase Agreement
Source: maxwideman.com

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Business Practice Agreement (Medicare Australia)
Source: health.gov.au

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30px;">Bisphenol A . A chemical found in some plastic consumer products as well as the epoxy liners of virtually all food and beverage cans.
Source: ameribev.org

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Bonneville Power Administration, federal power agency serving Pacific Northwest
Source: publicpower.org

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Black Police Association
Source: met.police.uk

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Stands for Bisphenol A, a chemical that is used in some food and drink packaging to prevent contamination and extend shelf life; some of this can transfer into the food or drink, but is only dangerous at very high levels (greater than would ever be reasonably consumed in a day).
Source: boomerangoutdoorequipment.com.au

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Blanket Purchase Agreement. These are agreements with vendors that allow buyers to make repetitive types of purchases over a period of time with a summarized bill sent by the vendor once a month.
Source: visitarizona.com

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Black Police Association
Source: justiceinspectorates.gov.uk

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n. Abbreviation for Boardgame Players Association
Source: boardgamegeek.com

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 British Parachute Association, the UK governing body for sport parachuting
Source: bpa.org.uk

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(organic compound)—gd,pàrlamaid|Pàrlamaid(''Member of the Scottish Parliament'')
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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bisphenol A: an estrogenic endocrine-disrupting chemical (EDC) with potentially adverse impacts on human healthIt's possible that there is BPA in that old plastic cup you're using---in time [..]
Source: macmillandictionary.com

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BPA (bisphenol A) is a chemical used in manufacturing polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resin for items such as water bottles, baby bottles, food containers, and many more household items commonly used. [..]
Source: zappos.com

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A rating only experienced hunters use when describing their shit. It describes how many bears an arrow can kill.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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"Bitch Point Average" The BPA scale serves 2 purposes. The first is to be a more straight forward scale than the ambiguous 10 point scale (what is the difference between a 6 or 7?) b [..]
Source: urbandictionary.com

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Bisphenol A. A chemical used primarily in the production of polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins. A controversial additive, BPA has been banned by the FDA in baby bottles, but is still considered s [..]
Source: earthbox.com

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Business Partnership Agreement (Centrelink)
Source: health.gov.au


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