Definitions for "BAL"
Blood alcohol level. The usual ratio standards are the number of grams of alcohol either per 100 milliliters of blood, or per 210 liters of breath.
Blood alcohol level or concentration measured in milligrams (mg) per 100 milliliters (mL) of plasma, but expressed somewhat differently in common medical and legal parlance. For example, a BAL of ".08" means a concentration of 80 mg/100 mL. In a healthy person, one standard drink raises the BAL about 20 mg/100 mL. The body metabolizes alcohol at a rate of about 20 mg/hour.
Abbreviation for Blood Alcohol Level.
Bal (Hindi: बल) is a gotra of Jats found in Haryana, India. This gotra traces its origin from Ghazni (now in Afghanistan). People belonging to the Bal gotra claim to be descendants of Suryavanshi Raja Bali.
Keywords:  dimercaprol
Keywords:  broncheo, lavage, alveolar
Broncheo Alveolar Lavage
British Anti-Lewisite - A name for the drug dimecaprol - a treatment for toxic inhalations.
Keywords:  bronchoscopy, see
See "Bronchoscopy."
Keywords:  kaida, theme, variation
A variation in a kaida (theme and variation).
Keywords:  chelation, agent
a chelation agent. (used more in the past)
Keywords:  vamp, saddle, shoe, stitching, laced
A laced shoe with stitching across the vamp, such as a saddle shoe.
Sections of elaborations in rhythm-music mainly created by changes in dynamics and accentuation of their respective sound-syllables.
The Team ID for the Baltimore Ravens. This includes the Cleveland Brown's results through 1995 as the personnel which made up the Browns' team were all transferred to Baltimore.
Bibliography of American Literature.
Keywords:  bac, see
See: BAC.
Keywords:  golden, gold
Gold or golden.
Keywords:  bay, labels, area
Bay Area Labels
Basic Assembler Language. The machine language on the original 360 from which the modern Assembler languages are derived.