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blotter

Drug slang
A regional term for LSD, less commonly for cocaine, soaked into blotting paper.
 
Molecular biology
A person who performs Southern, Northern or Western blots.
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Whether they take a comic or grim tone, alternatives report that their blotters are often the single most popular feature.
Molecular genetic diagnosis of sickle cell disease using dried blood specimens on blotters used for newborn screening.
Change the blotters daily for the first two days, then twice a week until plants are dry.
During the course of FINRA's investigation, after FINRA staff learned of MSC's failure to timely review the red flag blotters, FINRA requested documents and information relating to the backlogged transactions.
Survey-based crime rates, even if they overstate the blotter rates, can still establish the long-run trends.
He added: "Only small cases were listed in the official blotter On orders of our chief of police, we would produce an additional blotter so that we could record there the many cases of crime [including those involving drug-related cases] "Two blotters were being made at the station so that we could cover up the many crimes occurring in Taguig, and we could show that it was orderly and peaceful in Taguig.
The development of these interfaces with Deutsche bank Autobahn and UBS Fx2B, enables real-time connectivity with Sierra, allowing FX transactions to be automatically fed into the system, and real-time updates to positions, blotters, and limits.
We also conducted an audit of the police blotters to check if our personnel were complying.
The Herald interactive Network has something for everyone, hardcore news reporting, Major League to high school sports coverage, entertainment, travel, gossip with the Inside Track, local school's lunch menus, police blotters, and of course, weather and horoscopes.
Police blotters are the main primary source for this kind of research but having gone through one or two, I have come to the conclusion that police blotters are harder to decipher than doctors' prescriptions.