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random blood glucose

; RBG amount of glucose dissolved in circulating blood, recorded irrespective of when food was last ingested; two consecutive RBG recordings >10 mmol/L are strongly indicative of diabetes mellitus
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The collage book Notorious RBG is a product of Ginsburg's popularity: it had its genesis in the Tumblr site, notoriousrbg.
RBG Grill Muscat currently offers a special business lunch, a delicious threeA[degrees] course set menu priced at RO10 (inclusive of all taxes and service charge) for working executives who need a quick and appetizing midA[degrees]day meal.
This also supports RBG group's risk profile and the
Craig Graham, Oxy Team Lead -- Asset Integrity Operations, says: "The ability to use rope access inspection adds another dimension to our Asset Integrity programme, and the performance of the RBG team on our facilities has been to a very high standard.
With its specialist suite of services, which includes specialist cleaning, mechanical and inspection, RBG Middle East is ideally placed to react to the industry's ever increasing demand.
RBG, the leading provider of fabric maintenance and construction support to the global energy industry, has introduced a Real Time Digital Imaging System inspection technique which significantly benefits operators with reduced project times and increased cost savings.
The RBG scheme provided pounds 62,000 towards the pounds 250,000 project.
And when his CV alone did not win him work, he set up camp in a pounds 15 tent opposite the HQ of maintenance and construction support firm RBG in Dyce, Aberdeen.
That's the only explanation I have for the introduction of the rather pleasant RBG at the tail end of last year without so much as a bat of an eyelid.
The students attending Skill build have been working with the RBG since summer 2008.
Indeed, General Mills has been critical in driving growth in three of the four RBG subcategories: biscuit, sweet breakfast, and breads.