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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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Considering the increased prevalence of fungal infections among HIV1-positive patients, (3-5) full blood count evaluation is best accompanied by morphological evaluation to detect any discrepancies between automated counts and actual observation.
3-5) The results of three published full blood count reference ranges since 1980 are summarised in Table I.
Contact: Call Gina Schluckabier at 726-1100 to schedule an appointment for a full blood workup on your dog before becoming a donor.
Twelve will be 3/4 blood kids (half-breed bred to full blood buck) and 12 will be half-breed kids (dairy cross to full blood buck).
Announcement of competition: Procured 2 pcs blood bag centrifuge spin full blood bags drained of blood donors.
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.
Tribal assets and annuities were placed in control of John Ross's full blood majority, but only after they legally recognized the Treaty of New Echota that removed them to Indian Territory.
Bayer Diagnostics will provide its full blood gas product portfolio including the Rapidpoint(R) and Rapidlab(R) analyzers and a broad menu of assays, consumables and services to Broadlane's customer base of more than 540 acute care hospitals.
Survival depends on getting emergency treatment as soon as possible in order to restore full blood flow to the brain.