BLAST


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AcronymDefinition
BLASTBasic Local Alignment Search Tool
BLASTBlocked Asynchronous Transmission (Protocol)
BLASTBates Large Acceptance Spectrometer Toroid (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
BLASTBattlefield Laser Acquisition Sensor Test
BLASTBalloon-borne Large Aperture Sub-millimetre Telescope
BLASTBringing Libraries and Schools Together (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; Pennsylvania)
BLASTBell Laboratories Layered Space-Time Architecture
BLASTBacon, Lettuce, Avocado, Sprouts, and Tomato (sandwich)
BLASTBasic Leadership and Staff Training
BLASTBusiness Line Acquisition Strategy Team
BLASTBuilding Load Analysis and System Thermodynamics Center (USACE)
BLASTBallistic Loading And Software Tables (Hodgdon Powder Company)
BLASTBurst Locations with Arc Second Telescope
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Down swept another mighty blast of wind, clothed in spray and thick darkness.
He was breathing forth vast volumes of sulphurous smoke and lurid blasts of flame.
We ran that whole battery of nine blasts in a row, and it was certainly one of the most exciting and uncomfortable weeks I ever spent, either aship or ashore.
It was the blast that saved the life of Little John, over in Barnesdale, for you and I have already seen how it caused the fond Sheriff to prick up his ears and stay the hanging, and go scurrying up over the hill and into the wood with his men in search of another victim.
Then Robin blew three loud blasts upon his own horn, and drew forth his own bow; and before the astonished Sheriff and his men could come to arms the arrows were whistling in their midst in no uncertain fashion.
It seemed, as the fanciful stranger said, like the choral strain of the spirits of the blast, who in old Indian times had their dwelling among these mountains, and made their heights and recesses a sacred region.
For a moment, the old woman's ghastly conception so engrossed the minds of her hearers that a sound abroad in the night, rising like the roar of a blast, had grown broad, deep, and terrible, before the fated group were conscious of it.
Call the first witness,' said the King; and the White Rabbit blew three blasts on the trumpet, and called out, `First witness
During cleaning, the drum oscillates between two positions to ensure exposure of all of the castings' surfaces to an abrasive blast stream as the barrel rotates.
Magma's Blast Fusion technology has demonstrated its ability to complete challenging designs.
They could have been too weak to register, or two of the tests on Monday may have been masked by the bigger blast, he says.
Ever sine the early 1950s, when the Oklahoma Sooners popularized the 5-2 defense, opponents have been attacking it with the isolation or blast play.