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BOLD

Acronym for blood oxygen level dependent.
See also: blood oxygen level dependent imaging.

BOLD

Abbreviation for:
blood oxygen level dependent
bleomycin, Oncovin, lomustine, dacarbazine

BOLD

(bōld)
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Not a bit of it," returned Wemmick, growing bolder and bolder.
The afflicted now grew bolder in their accusations.
His conversation was now addressed entirely to a bald cock- sparrow, who seemed bolder than the rest; and Mary took the opportunity of looking at him.
At the "Criterion" he turned in and had a drink, and, bolder for the wine which he had swallowed at a gulp, he told himself that he would do nothing of the sort.
A bolder man might still have maintained the audacious position which he had assumed.
Never he, in all his life before or since found bolder men keepers of the hall.
So that, altogether, this Amazonian heroine might have been an object of terror to a much bolder man than Mr Partridge.
At first they laughed behind their hands and did not understand her questions, but soon they grew bolder and began to talk, winning Darya Alexandrovna's heart at once by the genuine admiration of the children that they showed.
New Jersey, US-based professional services company Cognizant (NASDAQ: CTSH) has agreed to acquire Kentucky, US-based revenue cycle management solutions provider Bolder Healthcare Solutions to expand efficiencies in billing practices for healthcare providers, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 14, 2018-Cognizant Expands RCM Services with Acquisition of Bolder Healthcare
com)-- Colorado-based Bolder Industries has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Waste Tire Market Development Fund through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Bolder BioTechnology is a private company that uses advanced protein engineering technologies to create proprietary human protein pharmaceuticals with enhanced therapeutic properties for the treatment of hematopoietic and endocrine disorders, cancer, and infectious diseases.