BLB

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AcronymDefinition
BLBBlue Letter Bible
BLBBad Luck Brian (Internet meme)
BLBBlock Level Backup
BLBBlack Light Blue (lamp)
BLBBayerische Landesbank (German)
BLBBetting Levy Board (Trinidad and Tobago)
BLBBacterial Leaf Blight
BLBBlack Light Bulb (UV lamp)
BLBBalboa, Panama (airport code)
BLBBrigade Légère Blindée (French: Light Armored Brigade)
BLBBrioches la Boulangere (French cycling team)
BLBBonnasse Lyonnaise de Banque (French bank)
BLBBering Land Bridge (archaeology)
BLBBlack Legend Brown (band)
BLBBeau Lac de Bâle (French; Swiss band)
BLBBritish Linen Bank
BLBBlekinge Läns Bildningsförbund (Sweden)
BLBBlind Leading the Blind Foundation
BLBBrewers League Baseball (gaming)
BLBBig Lake Bank (Big Lake, TX)
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"They tell me that the British Linen Bank collection should be worth around PS400."
He gunned them down at his Glasgow tenement home after he and others stole pounds 14,000 from the British Linen Bank in Linwood, Renfrewshire.
Built and operated by Summit Healthcare, which includes Sir Robert McAlpine, British Linen Bank and Edison Capital Europe Ltd.
The private company that will build and own the new hospital is owned by three companies, Bovis Construction, the British Linen Bank - a Royal Bank of Scotland subsidiary - and RCO Support Services.
One day in July 1969, three smart businessmen walked into the British Linen Bank in Williamwood.
1971: Buys British Linen Bank which is relaunched as its merchant arm
The four executive directors - Mr Bruckland, chairman Mr Peter Underhill, finance director Mr Andrew Barker, and commercial director Sir Bryan Baker - are making the bid through their wholly-owned shell company Arcrent, with the backing of a loan from Bank of Scotland subsidiary British Linen Bank and pounds 500,000 of their own money.
When Foulkes met Romanov yet again yesterday morning discussions developed into a stand-up row in which the chairman told the majority shareholder his actions were misguided and he was sacking the popular chief executive against the advice of his own lawyers, stockbrokers and the British Linen bank who are overseeing Romanov's buy-out of the club.
So, along with another ex- policeman, John Sim, and Ian Donaldson - all members of a Bearsden gun club - he held up the British Linen Bank in Giffnock, Glasgow, in July 1969.
This was the original headquarters of the British Linen Bank, of which Lord Monboddo was chairman, and Andrew was determined to maintain a link with the fun and frolics of the friendly Lord.
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