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blk

1. Abbr. for block.
2. Abbr. for “black.”
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Consultant and Director, Department of HPB Surgery & Liver Transplant, BLK Super Speciality Hospital, said, "Usually organ transplants in the country are done from brain dead donors where the blood circulation is intact, cells are normally perfused and organs are still functioning at the cellular level.
300 BLK factory loads from Barnes, Hornady, HPR, and SIG SAUER, and they were loaded with 90-, 110-, 120-, 125-, 208-, and 220-grain bullets.
The club joins a group of leading British sports teams supplied by BLK UK, including Premier League rugby club and European Champions Cup winners Saracens, England Rugby League, Scotland Rugby League and England Netball.
The BLK CyberKnife Center offers a non-invasive outpatient procedure for the treatment and removal of cancerous and non-cancerous tumours and lesions throughout the body, as well as vascular lesions and functional disorders.
300 BLK ammunition is due to the popularity of suppressors.
BLK will also supply the regional age-grade teams, as well as providing an extensive range of supporters apparel.
BLK has forest concessions in 5 forest areas in the Republic of Buryatia (1,000,000 ha in total) until 2059 maximum.
We expect this offering to generate tremendous investor interest first and foremost because its location is A+," said Khadaddadian, "and secondly because of the long-term occupancy of BLK, created and led by Swedish designer Johan Lindeberg.
A rotary lobe pump, the BLK Hy-clean is compliant with EHEDG, FDA and 3A regulations.
BLK does not include the topic of branch accounting found in some advanced financial accounting texts.
Other trees either along the Black River or in other cypress swamps--may in fact turn out to be older, but BLK 69 is the one that has won new respect for this almost-unknown forest.