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BOLD

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

Abbreviation for:
blood oxygen level dependent
bleomycin, Oncovin, lomustine, dacarbazine
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Another common observation is that Filipino businessmen lack boldness and continue to congregate in the traditional "safe" industries ndash real estate, financial services, public utilities, retailing and food services.
Impulsive folks can seem like bold risk-takers, but their apparent boldness comes not from being clear and determined but more from their being emotionally driven.
The boldness of black and white will seriously impress your guests.
As for the destiny of Meerab agreement, Roukoz capitalized on the importance of promoting inter-Christian reconciliation, "away from all the secrets that have been leaked." He also called for the preservation of openness, boldness, and trust en route to national reconciliation.
Sport make woman leaders, girls that grow to be sure and courageous woman, full of self-confidence, with energy and boldness. Later these woman are ready to take initiatives and to deal with the challenges of life" says Mitevska.
Some praised them for their boldness while others were just too conservative to take their move.
It can be rightfully assumed that Imran had his own plan which he has now executed to show his boldness in punishing for wrong-doing anyone of his party.
Ellis and her business have won numerous awards, including the Moxie Award for boldness in business services in the D.C.
In his opening remarks Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo, Regional Director of IHRAAM, said, 'We are here to review the work of Prof Alfred de Zayas and the way forward for the right to self-determination with particular reference to the people of Jammu and Kashmir.' The conference began with the 'expert session' moderated by UN Representative of CISA, Ambassador Ronald Barnes, who expressed appreciation of Prof Alfred de Zayas' boldness and willingness to promote and uphold the UN Charter and right to self-determination of the unrepresented peoples and nations.
Ladies are more obsessed with these dramatic sleeves because of the boldness and bulginess of this style.
Issad Rebrab, founder and CEO, Cevital, is arguably the "Dangote" of North Africa in terms of his boldness and his ambitions.