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BLMBureau of Land Management (US government)
BLMBlack Lives Matter
BLMBlack Mage (Final Fantasy; gaming)
BLMBank Loan Modification
BLMBloom Syndrome
BLMBayerische Landeszentrale für Neue Medien
BLMBlack Marlin
BLMBleomycin
BLMBaseball League Manager
BLMBusiness Line Manager
BLMBiotic Ligand Model (metal toxicity predictive tool)
BLMBerrymans Lace Mawer (law firm; UK)
BLMBottom Line Management (various locations)
BLMBilayer Lipid Membrane
BLMBusiness Logistics Management
BLMBergbahn Lauterbrunnen-Mürren (Swiss railway)
BLMBlended Learning Model (education strategy)
BLMBonniers Litterära Magasin
BLMBoundary-Layer Meteorology
BLMBeam Loss Monitor
BLMBorder Liaison Mechanism (US government)
BLMBlack-Line Master (classrooms)
BLMBlack Latino Male
BLMBrand Lifecycle Management (various industries)
BLMBlock Learn Multiplier
BLMBoundary-Layer Model
BLMBloodMage (gaming)
BLMBuzzword Lifecycle Management
BLMBertrand Leroy Martin (French construction company)
BLMBormla (postal locality, Malta)
BLMBroadloom Metre (carpeting)
BLMBachelor of Labour Management
BLMBehavioral Language Model (computer science)
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Every 15 to 20 years, the BLM can reconsider how swaths of public land can be used -- what parts should be protected and where various business activities should be allowed.
Among the BLM's 33 field offices, it's already one of the five most active for federal onshore oil and gas permitting.
Over the past two decades, in order to prevent overgrazing and to free up land for cattle, the BLM has been steadily moving the horses and burros to off-range holding facilities, from where they can be adopted.
We've created space for the celebration and humanization of Black lives," says Alicia Garza, BLM Network co-founder.
As part of the agreement between the two organizations, BLM and IDEX are working together to provide funding for IDEX partners in Africa.
Doug Heiken of Oregon Wild said this week that the Second Show proposal is "a big step backward" and that restoration thinning allows the BLM to meet its timber goals "without clear-cutting and without doing undue harm to wildlife habitat and watersheds."
BLM currently operates from 12 offices across England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales including a base at Castle Chambers in Liverpool with 15 partners and 164 staff.
"The then-coordinator told me that since we were both regulatory bodies, the AOGCC shouldn't hold the BLM to the same standards we hold industry to.
30 seeking to force the BLM to use existing authority to sell older horses without the usual prohibition on resale for slaughter in cases where animals are deemed unadoptable.