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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

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hi start So bold gard Southgate now needs the boldness to stick with him regardless of the vagaries of form his youth can bring.
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The analysis found that the link between fearless dominance and political performance was linear, Lilienfeld notes, but he added that at the extremes, boldness might veer into a form of recklessness that would be detrimental.
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In this article, I challenge the notion that boldness is an inherently good thing.
This exact boldness or lack of vision for Macedonia caused an unseen confusion with political experts of the region, especially with ethnic Albanian citizens.
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