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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

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Summary: The ready-to-wear 2015 collection by designer Fouad Sarkis is one that reflects his boldness in terms of design and his ability to elegantly bring colors together.
Over a year in development, madeofblack, part of the global GUINNESS Made of More platform, shines a light on a movement being created by a new generation of Africans whose boldness cannot be contained and who are fuelling a new, progressive spirit of Africa.
The Heroic Boldness of Martin Luther" discusses his actions and his daring to change Christianity from the contemporary corruption that he faced as a steadfast believer and student of the faith.
The analysis found that the link between fearless dominance and political performance was linear, Lilienfeld notes, but he added that at the extremes, boldness might veer into a form of recklessness that would be detrimental.
A booklet note says that the Swiss Baroque Soloists aim to "rediscover a new angle on baroque and classical repertoire, mingling energy and boldness in the exploration of rare repertoire and performing on original instruments.
The show features the work of Edwin Vasquez, a self-taught, Guatemalan-born artist who paints and constructs highly colorful and expressive assemblages, and Ulrica Bell Perkins, a collage artist and painter whose works are marked by boldness and intensity.
The author urges the reader to contest the Army's use of the word boldness as a positive character trait as it encourages a culture of daring risk-taking, especially, at the senior level.
BOLDNESS of vision and a refusal to settle for the status quo are not confined to large population centres.
This exact boldness or lack of vision for Macedonia caused an unseen confusion with political experts of the region, especially with ethnic Albanian citizens.
Winners of the FT ArcelorMittal Boldness in Business Awards will be announced at a ceremony hosted by Lionel Barber, Editor, Financial Times and Lakshmi Mittal, Chairman and CEO, ArcelorMittal at a central London location.
Jefferson felt a rush of satisfaction and boldness: the satisfaction of a writer having found the appropriate word; the boldness of pressing pen to paper for such an immense purpose.
Howeveronethingwecancounton is that businesses that have the boldness to develop new markets, new relationships andnew insights will be leading the charge as and when the economic recovery does gain momentum.