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Drug slang A regional term for a white cloud around a pipe being puffed with cocaine
Public health A storm characterised by heavy driving snow, strong winds, and intense cold covering a wide area
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That looks certain after Blizard won 12-0 in their first leg against Southern Conference Cup champions the Smoke at Guildford.
The approval of Cladribine Tablets will transform the way Russian patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and physicians approach therapy options", said Professor Gavin Giovannoni, Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, London, United Kingdom, and principal investigator of the CLARITY study.
SNOW BLIZARD (A O'Brien) Judging by jockey bookings, he was third best of the Ballydoyle runners in a Leopardstown maiden seven days ago but this Sadler's Wells colt belied odds of 16/1 to run out a convincing winner; will benefit from an extra couple of furlongs and could run in a Derby trial.
To finish ahead of the likes of Tegla Loroupe - the former world record holder for the marathon - Collete Fagan, who ran in the Commonwealth Games for Scotland, and Katrina Wootten and Jenny Blizard is something I would never have dreamed of before the race.
Rob Blizard is the director of gift planning for George Washington's Mount Vernon.
Wood's five-over-par 75 put him two ahead of former England boy captain Tom Sherreard, from Maidstone, with Australian Rophan Blizard 78, France's Benjamin Hebert 79 and Dutchman Rainier Saxton, the British amateur champion, 80, further back.
Paramedic, Mike Blizard said: "By great good fortune a Community First Responder was attending the barbecue and immediately got his medical kit from his car and started treatment using a water gel dressing.
Australian champion Rohan Blizard stormed to the front with a course-record 63.
Sir William Blizard, Sir James Earle and Henry Cline among the ten surgeons present.
He came ninth in the Tsamanian Open, finishing 11 shots behind the winner, Australia's Rohan Blizard.
This fellow should improve significantly and, having finished a length in front of 82-rated Rockall Blizard, Dermot Weld's colt looks well worth following.