GBL


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GBL

abbr.
gamma-butyrolactone

GBL

Abbreviation for gamma-butyrolactone.
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Groupe Bruxelles Lambert ('GBL') is an established investment holding company, with over sixty years of stock exchange listing, a net asset value of EUR 19 billion and a market capitalisation of EUR 14 billion at the end of June 2019.
We believe the company is strongly positioned for future growth and we wish Webhelp and GBL every continued success."
Since KKR's acquisition in 2015, Webhelp has doubled in size as the result of an organic and external growth strategy that GBL aims to maintain and accelerate, together with the strong collaboration of the co-founders and management.
Johnson returned to her supported living women's hostel to bring a Lucozade bottle with GBL in to Ms Bell's flat.
Once these GBL or GHB-slash-narcotics combinations are ingested, the victims could lose all inhibitions and control over themselves for a span of eight to 16 hours, PDEA said.
Competition is an important ingredient of GBL. Game developers have always maintained that competition allows for GBL activities that are intrinsically game-like (e.g., Prensky, 2001).
This project provided GBL with the opportunity to work with Emory's team of web design experts to create a website that responded effectively to the variety of business school users' search and discovery needs.
According to company executives, GBL is transforming the global chemicals market, providing its customers with products and technology that are more sustainable and higher value than petroleum-based alternatives.
In a field experiment conducted in 48 villages in two districts of West Bengal during 2010-12, the authors implemented and assessed the results of TRAIL programs in 24 villages and GBL programs in the other 24 villages.
The freshwater resources studied in this research are the Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) north-campus pond (VNP) in Itta Bena, MS; the MVSU south-campus pond (VSP) in Itta Bena, MS; Itta Bena Lake (IBL) in Itta Bena MS; the Big Sand Creek (BSC) in Greenwood, MS; and the Greenwood Blue-lake (GBL) in Greenwood, MS.
The chemical, also known as gamma butyrolactone or GBL, is legally available for use as a cleaning product but it is illegal to sell for ingestion.