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B/L

Abbr. for “bill of lading.”
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At the administrative hearing on the agency's finding of sexual molestation level one, the investigator admitted she'd heard that, during their divorce proceedings, B.L.'s mother told London she would ensure that he never saw B.L.
Sabine testified on London's behalf, opining that details in B.L.'s description of her interactions with London had hallmarks of a "coached" statement.
The hearing officer accepted mother's reporting of the incident and K.L.'s reporting of B.L.'s statement.
B.L. took the picture at a local convenience store on a weekend, but the image made its way to her coaches, who kicked her off the team, prompting her lawsuit.
The relevant case law appeared to be on B.L.'s side.
In B.L., the school district argued that since her Snap referred to a school activity, these two precedents applied.
The difficult conditions chronicled in B.L.'s rather standard judicial processing show just how deep problems run.
While police administration works to fix the problems, experiences like B.L.'s continue.
"Physical well being is defined as the body's physical state where all parts work together allowing it to do the things it needs and wants to do" (Seaward, B.L.., 1999).
"Emotional well being is the ability to express all of the different emotions, to manage them, to not be controlled by them" (Seaward, B.L.., 1999).
B.L. Components will take over all the components, parts, foundry an body operations.