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blink

[bliŋk]
(mechanics)
A unit of time equal to 10-5 day or to 0.864 second.
(meteorology)
A brightening of the base of a cloud layer, caused by the reflection of light from a snow- or ice-covered surface.
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Blink Health said it will use the capital to drive innovations that accelerate the company's mission of making prescription medications affordable and transparently priced for everyone in the US
In all patients, trigeminal and facial nerve function was evaluated by use of EMG blink reflex.
Unlike other mattress distributors, Blink enables consumers to have their mattress completely custom designed, ordered, and delivered right to their doorstep.
It's Blink, but with a little more depth - think the frenetic pitch of Dude Ranch melded with the poppy melodies of Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, and a hell of a lot of layers swirling underneath it all.
Blink Pay Per View (PPV), another unique capability of Blink, will make live entertainment and sporting events available on demand.
With the LIRR only two blocks away, the high-traffic location is ideal for commuters in the surrounding are, according to Scott Sher, Russel Helbling, Stu Fagen and Melissa Naeder, who represented Blink.
Chronic blinkers will likely be surprised to find they blink at first even when dryfiring.
For iOS and Android devices, the Blink video-on-demand streaming app is accessible.
However, Blink will be shut down in the weeks ahead, which means that the deal was to attain the team of Blink rather than the app itself.
All seven Blink team members, including the founders, will
It also took me about three years to realise that Blink wasn't going to be doing any more stuff.
Using brain scans during a recent study, scientists learned we blink during pauses in a conversation or when the scene changes in a movie.