Blizzard

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Drug slang A regional term for a white cloud around a pipe being puffed with cocaine
Public health A storm characterised by heavy driving snow, strong winds, and intense cold covering a wide area
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(14.) Killaspy H, Kingett S, Bebbington P, Blizard R, Johnson S, Nolan F, et al.
Dr Adrian Martineau, Reader in Respiratory Infection and Immunity at the Blizard Institute, part of Queen Mary, who led the research, said that the TB bacterium has co-evolved with humans following migration to Europe and Asia some 70,000 years ago, and different strains of the TB bacterium disproportionately infect particular ethnic groups.
The same winter blizard wreaked havoc in northeastern Bulgaria Thursday and Friday, forcing a close down of the Romanian-Bulgarian border, and blocking roads.
Having seen Tristan Lambert, Rohan Blizard, Clarke and Fraser all lead early on and then Watson and Townsend post 67s, Choi reached the turn two under and picked up an eagle and three birdies coming home.
Bubba Watson posted a two-under 70 to sit fourth on six under - one stroke clear of Nick Watney (73), Matt Jones (70), Greg Chalmers (72), Rohan Blizard (70) and Lyle (74).
Early opinion studies were conducted in New Zealand on the subject of alcoholism and social rejection in the context of mental illness (Blizard, 1969; 1970).
In contrast, other studies of persons with AD reported no significant effect on sleep when melatonin was administered in doses of 2.5 and 10 mg (Singer et al., 2003) or 6 mg (Serfaty, Kennell-Webb, Warner, Blizard, & Raven, 2002).
Queen Mary University of London, Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, London, UK
To date, only a few published studies examining these issues have been undertaken within Australia (Pratt, Burr, Leelartheaepin, Blizard & Walsh, 1993; Morrison, Beckmann, Durie, Carless, Gillies, 2001).