BRISH

AcronymDefinition
BRISHBright Field in Situ Hybridization
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Seven foot and three men at each end wouldn't brish the paint.
Mall says to Frank, 'methinks you speak without the book', reminding Marianne Brish Evett of Juliet's 'you kiss by th' book'.
Ram Brish Chaudhary told the AFP news agency: "A 15-year old student, Celestina Joseph, and 30-year-old Pabitra Paitri died in the bomb blast.
Thus Britain becomes "Brin", British is reduced to "Brish" or even "Bish".
Brish: Your diligence, which can command the proudest miserie.
Students in both counselling and clinical psychology report that they are unprepared to work with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients (Bahr, Brish, & Croteau, 2000; Phillips, 2000; Phillips & Fischer, 1998), despite the finding that two to four times as many gay people compared to non-gay people seek out counselling (Betz & Fitzgerald, 1993).
This meant the massive vessel couldn't steer properly and it limped towards the Brish battleships.
Down the road in Newport and there's more hard house on the menu at Annihilator at Jesters with BK, Paul Brish Smith and Haza spinning black plastic.
RP - Request for Proposal (RFP):RFP #2016-58, Projection System For The William Brish Planetarium
[21.] Mani Kant Kumar, Sachida Nand Thakur, Brish Bhanu Singh,; Study of the Morbidity and the Mortality Patterns in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at a Tertiary Care teaching Hospital in Rohtas District, Bihar, India Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research.
Dickson is charged with membership of the IRA and all five with involvement in the attack on the biggest Brish Army base outside the UK.