BLAP

AcronymDefinition
BLAPBridport Local Area Partnership (UK)
BLAPBacillus Lentus Alkaline Protease
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BLAP argue that poor access at the station is putting off potential tourists from visiting the town.
Bev Marks, from BLAP, said: The Battle Local Action Plan Steering Group believes that the provision of step-free access for the southbound platform at Battle Station would be a major improvement for the town residents, tourism and all access needs.
Detailed data by species show clearly that Blaps gigas is most frequent in the whole reserve followed by Timarcha tenebricosa and Pimelia valdani.
Hersch's Beehive, in reality, radiated a kind of third eye, hip, patriotism if you will, where dissonant howls, sax blaps and angular Monkish grooves were as automatically wholesome, natural and expectable as the national anthem.
Under these circumstances, the beetle is only found indoors in dark and damp situations such as cellars, bake-houses and the like, where it has been recorded as preying on Blaps sp.
Los cromosomas en la espermatogenesis del Blaps lusitanica Herbst.