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AcronymDefinition
BLINBlended Learning in Numerical Analysis (Manno, Switzerland)
BLINBCS Linux
BLINBudget Line Item Number
BLINBPA Line Item Numbers
BLINBit Logic Inspection (Boeing)
BLINBudget Line Identification Number
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This was run up by the company under their previous name of Abbeycare Scotland Holdings, when Mr Blin was at the helm.
This reduction of possibilities gives us an identity and aesthetic," Blin says.
However, when Blin is touted as a director for his work, Beckett tells Duthuit that he knows Blin by sight, and that he is a "Nice fellow.
H Blin & Co Champagne Brut NV from Oddbins also scored 89 per cent at Au24.
Blin said, predicting digital video broadcasting-capable handsets were likely to be commercially available in South Africa by the end of this year.
The History of Terrorism: From Antiquity to A1 Qaeda, edited by Gerard Chaliand and Arnaud Blin.
Olivier Sarramea was freed by Raphael Poulain's pass, and fourth-phase possession ended with Brian Liebenberg sending Mathieu Blin over.
Many of the works were made in situ, such as Tobias Rehberger's terse Pont du Blin, 2003, which created a conceptual link between two cities: Electronically regulated by weather conditions in Ireland, "rain" appeared, ironically, under a bridge in Athens whenever it rained in Dublin.
Drawing from the letters, memoirs, and spiritual writings of Francoise Blin de Bourdon (1756-1838), Jo Ann Recker, S.
Three adults working together were unable to pull Blin out, and he died of internal hemorrhaging, noted Reuters.
With: Philippe Blachais, Albert Blin, Claude Bloch, Emile-Jacques Franel, Sabine Franel, Antoine Grumbach, Gilles Wolkowitsch.