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Synonyms for BSE

a fatal disease of cattle that affects the central nervous system

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BSES, founded by a member of Robert Scott's fateful expedition to the Antarctic in the 1930s to give young people a taste of adventure, commissioned high court judge Sir David Steel to examine what happened.
Kejriwal had accused the BSES discoms of trying to blackmail the state government by threatening to go for power cuts of up to ten hours a day.
BSES Expeditions said the other youngsters injured were Patrick Flinders, 16, from Jersey, and Scott Smith, 17, of Cornwall.
The young people are all between 16 and 23," a BSES spokeswoman said.
The NMR spectra of the Kalamia and BSES sites are given in Figs 4 and 5, respectively.
If recovered, the amount can build 250 schools or buy 11,000 buses, but BSES says it has `20,000 crore to recoup
The discoms-- Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd ( TPDDL), BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd and BSES Yamuna Power Ltd-- had challenged the AAP government's decision ordering a CAG audit of their accounts.
New Delhi, Feb 7 ( ANI ): The Supreme Court will today hear the plea of Reliance Group-owned power distribution companies BSES Rajdhani and BSES Yamuna in Delhi against NTPC's notice threatening to cut off power supply for not clearing outstanding dues.
We were absolutely delighted that the Royal Marines were able to answer Connor's SOS and help him put together the last essential pieces of kit for this amazing BSES Arctic expedition.
Plans are being made to bring home the two other members of the party who were injured - Michael "Spike" Reid, the expedition leader who shot the bear, and Andy Ruck - when medics and transport authorities allow, BSES said.
The victims were part of a 90-strong group travelling on a BSES expedition, which was camped on the Von Postbreen glacier, north of the Norwegian mainland.
BSES chairman Edward Watson said: "Having spoken to the family, we are now able to advise that the young explorer who died on our expedition is Horatio Chapple.
BSES Expeditions, which is based in Kensington, west London, said those injured were trip leaders Michael Reid and Andrew Ruck, as well as two young men - Patrick Flinders, from Jersey, who is believed to be 16, and Scott Smith.
The 16-year-old from Great Barr braved the elements in a two-man tent to help cover the cost of a five-week expedition to the Peruvian Amazon with youth charity BSES Expeditions in July.