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BLUHBattlefield Light Utility Helicopter (armed forces; UK)
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Phil Cavendish and Susannah Bluh (London: Faber and Faber, 1991), xiii-xiv.
Mr Bluh served a three-month driving ban after he collected 12 points on his licence for speeding.
Roderick Bluh, leader of the town council, was the runaway 'Person Of The Year' winner with 52 per cent of all the votes.
bluh! bluh!--blurty, raspy, scratchy ear-scraping noise coming out of it.
In the United Kingdom the NH90 was being offered to meet the Battlefield LUH (BLUH) requirement to replace the British Army Lynx, and the Royal Navy's Surface Combatant Maritime Rotorcraft (SCMR) to replace the shipborne Lynx.
Phil Cavendish and Suzannah Bluh. London/Boston: Faber & Faber, 1991.
Roderick Bluh, the leader of the Conservative-controlled council, was banned for three months after he collected 12 penalty points on his licence for speeding.