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blas

(blahs),
Term invented by van Helmont to denote a mystical spirit or vital force which presided over and governed the various processes of the body. Each bodily function was supposed to have its own special blas; blas appears to be the counterpart of the archaeus (q.v.) of Paracelsus.
[a Middle E. variant of blast]
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BLAS

Abbreviation for:
beta-lactam antibiotic sensitivity
Bronx Longitudinal Aging Study, see there.
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Blas is now undergoing process to avail of the Enhanced-Comprehensive Local Integrated Program (E-CLIP) in which NPA surrenderer gets livelihood and other assistances from the government.
They have no recollection of Ka Blas as labor minister during the Marcos administration when the Philippine overseas employment program opened the doors to opportunities for Filipinos to work abroad, including members of their family.
Sinabi noon ni Ka Blas na tayong mga Pilipino ay nabubuhay sa isang bukas na lipunan kung saan ang bawat karera ay bukas sa mga talento; na ang oportunidad para umunlad ay naroon para sa mga handa sa mga ito; at nasa ating pagkukusa nakasalalay kung hanggang saan natin mababago ang ating mga buhay," Aguinaldo said.".
Only 10 Gil Blas works are in public collections in Britain.
Blas was awarded the Academy Award of Excellence at the Academy of Culinary Arts and received silver medals at the Hotelympia competition in London for chocolate sculpting, as well as taking the captaincy of the UK pastry world cup team in 2017.
Gettysburg, PA, July 24, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Eastern Museum of Motor Racing, Gettysburg, Pa., recently acquired Roy Blas painting of three time Lemans winning American racing champion Phil Hill.
"The top Japanese trading houses, or sogo shosha, have already started to pour billions of dollars into projects including Mitsui's project in Mozambique to produce liquefied natural gas," reports Javier Blas for Financial Times.