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BOLD

Acronym for blood oxygen level dependent.
See also: blood oxygen level dependent imaging.

BOLD

Abbreviation for:
blood oxygen level dependent
bleomycin, Oncovin, lomustine, dacarbazine

BOLD

(bōld)
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Others, who were bolder, lay up in the thickets to finish their meal next night.
The more they kept to their village, the bolder grew the wild things that gambolled and bellowed on the grazing-grounds by the Waingunga.
As the night deepened, so deepened to me the interest of the scene; for not only did the general character of the crowd materially alter (its gentler features retiring in the gradual withdrawal of the more orderly portion of the people, and its harsher ones coming out into bolder relief, as the late hour brought forth every species of infamy from its den,) but the rays of the gas-lamps, feeble at first in their struggle with the dying day, had now at length gained ascendancy, and threw over every thing a fitful and garish lustre.
But at last he determined to put a bolder face upon his misfortune, and summoned all the foxes to a general meeting to consider a proposal which he had to place before them.
Even Bolder tested positive for a metabolite of acepromazine, a prohibited substance, which was traced back to an injection of the drug administered by Wheeler five days earlier, so he could clip Even Bolder prior to running.
has unveiled innovative packaging designed to create a bolder, more consistently branded retail presence and allow consumers to more easily inspect the quality and freshness of Dole Salads.
But Anne and Christopher Ellinger, the founders of Bolder Giving, would like middle-class and wealthy Americans alike to aim higher.
If the Liberal Democrats are to change the tired old pattern of British politics, we are going to have to be bolder," said Mr Clegg.
The bolder the makeup, the more lasting and dramatic the impression will be.
The results largely replicated the findings of the previous BOLDER I trial (Am.
ADAM BOLDER inched crisis club Derby closer towards survival with the crucial strike to give Terry Westley his first win in charge.
The sNDA submission is based on results from the clinical trial program known as BOLDER (BipOLar DEpRession), which comprises two studies: BOLDER I and BOLDER 1I.