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full blood

n.
1. Relationship established through having the same set of parents.
2. often full-blood or fullblood (fo͝ol′blŭd′) A person or animal of unmixed race or breed.
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A follow-up full blood count, performed 2 days after the initial investigations and assayed on the ADVIA 2120 (Bayer HealthCare, Diagnostic Division, Isando, Gauteng), differed markedly from the previous results, showing a WCC of 13.83x[10.sup.9]/l with an absolute lymphocyte count of 10.99x[10.sup.9]/l.
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Full blood count analyser technologies have developed rapidly over the last 20 years.
Contact: Call Gina Schluckabier at 726-1100 to schedule an appointment for a full blood workup on your dog before becoming a donor.
For homesteaders just starting out with meat goats, we suggest a starting herd of one full blood Boer buck, six half-breed Boer does and six dairy cross does.
For an American Indian, the preferred status of many is to be a full blood Indian of one tribe, come from a reservation, know your culture, and speak your language.
02 contract notice: Snbts requires automated haematology analysers including consumables and maintenance capable of providing a full blood count on patient, donor samples and blood components (e.
Survival depends on getting emergency surgery as soon as possible in order to restore full blood flow to the brain.
Often, but not exclusively, full blood who became nomadic bison hunting members would, on occasion, marry into other nomadic and bison hunting Southern Plains tribes.
Blood samples were obtained for full blood and eosinophil counts.