Boothby-Lovelace-Bulbulian mask

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Boothby-Lovelace-Bulbulian (BLB) mask

an apparatus for the administration of oxygen consisting of a mask fitted with an inspiratory-expiratory valve and a rebreathing bag.
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BLB Investors, at the last moment on Monday, pulled the plug on its pounds 309m-takeover of Wembley, triggering a one-third fall in the value of Wembley shares - although there was a minor recovery yesterday.
BLB had proposed to create a separate company to take responsibility for the case, with any spare cash after legal costs given back to shareholders.
The Wembley directors recommended this bid, but then gave BLB access to their company's books for a 'due diligence' examination as a prelude to a possible counter-offer.
Mile High Racing & Entertainment, owned by BLB Investors, LLC, hosts horseracing and greyhound racing events at five properties located in Colorado, including Arapahoe Park, Havana Park, Mile High Greyhound Park, Post Time Greyhound Park and Pueblo Greyhound Park.
We are absolutely delighted to win this award,' said BLB partner Nigel Lomas.
BLB Architects are working alongside the preferred main contractor, Pettifords.
We are planning to restore the beautiful old buildings at Skitts Farm and create an office complex of quality and tranquillity,' said BLB partner Nigel Lomas.
We are committed to making Lincoln Park one of the most attractive gaming venues in the northeast, one of which the people of the State of Rhode Island will be proud," stated BLB Chairman Barry Sternlicht.
150,000,000 2003 Series C provided by BLB, JPMorgan and Dexia.
The BLB SBPA will expire on May 6, 2008, or upon the occurrence of other events of termination, all in accordance with its terms.
The BLB letter of credit replaces the JPMorgan Chase Bank letter of credit currently in effect.
Contract notice: BLB Z / BLB NRW / North Rhine Westphalia / Performance of tests for the engineering supervision of construction structures (IUEBA) - Bridges and bridge-like structures.