BLOB


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AcronymDefinition
BLOBBinary Large Object
BLOBBlitter Object (computer architecture)
BLOBBiologically Liberated Organo-Beasties
BLOBBig Lump on Board (personel flying in a non crew position on military aircraft)
BLOBBum Lying on Bench
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Top flies this week were: Blobs, Minkies and Snakes.
This showed that the ALMA sources are located in the very heart of the Lyman-alpha Blob, where they are forming stars at a rate over 100 times that of the Milky Way.
He said: "We got the idea for The Blob from a trip to Austria and a park called Area 47 near Innsbruck.
Only a sea slug called Osborne but he's as deceitful as the blob.
Big red blobs represent the toughest four games, while the four easiest appear as big green blobs.
Looking towards the clearing, I see a toddler smacking the yellow blob with both hands.
I've been calling him Blob as the French gas and leccy merchants have never given him a name.
The Lyman-alpha blobs give astronomers a look at processes in the early cosmos that are now largely extinct.
The blob placed under the gaze of the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT) was one of the first to be discovered in 2000.
The astronomers used ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) to study Lyman-alpha blob.
FOR the second week running, it was the Night of the Killer Blob on the Lake of Menteith.