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 (bĭs-ō′prə-lôl′, -lōl′, bĭs′ō-prō′lôl, -lōl)
A beta-blocker drug, C18H31NO4, used in its fumarate form to treat hypertension.

[Perhaps b(is)-, (in reference to the two isopropyl groups at either end of the molecule) + isopro(pyl) + -olol, beta-blocker suffix; see propranolol.]
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n bisoprolol m
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Container Corporation of India (Concor), the PSU which started a weekly coastal shipping service in January, between Kandla and Tuticorin, is witnessing an increase in the total logistics costs as its ships face delay due to lack of dedicated infrastructure for coastal cargo at ports, where priority is given to foreign vessels to berth, according to Concor CMD V Kalyana Rama.
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The number of trains will go up depending on container volumes," said Anil Gupta, Managing Director, Concor. Concor will also invest in setting up a container freight station (CFS) in partnership with the port, within the port premises.
The CONCOR North-West Region Award aimed to felicitate the top performing (in volumes) exporters, importers, CHAs, Shipping Lines & Domestic cargo movers in the North-West region for FY 2009-10.