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B/L

,

b/l

or

b.l.

abbreviation forpl Bs/L, bs/l or bs.l
(Commerce) bill of lading
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014

bl.

1. bale.
2. barrel.
3. black.
4. blue.

b/l

or B/L,

bill of lading.

B.L.

1. Bachelor of Laws.
2. Bachelor of Letters.
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In this direct appeal of an order for involuntary medication and treatment, B.L. argues that the doctor specializing in psychiatric medicine who initiated B.L.'s emergency detention could not properly also serve as one of the two health professionals specified in WIS.
Appellant Robert London, father to four-year-old B.L., was reported to Chesterfield Social Services by B.L.'s mother, who said she observed him rubbing B.L.'s genital area during a bath in the early morning hours.
When the investigator attempted to speak with B.L. about the incident, she hid under a table.
Good sportsmanship will be enforced, this includes foul language and inappropriate gestures--There will be no toleration of any negative information regarding cheerleading, cheerleaders, or coaches placed on the internet." However, in May 2017, B.L. shared a Snap of herself and a friend holding up their middle fingers, with the words "f--school f--softball f--cheer f--everything" superimposed on the image.
Abuse by the police was rife, said B.L., who only gave his initials out of fear of retribution.
Brian Luke Seaward who defines well-being as "being aware of the 'total' or 'overall' good of a person's 'being' or 'person'." (Seaward, B.L., 1999).
There will be four subsidiary companies: B.L. International Ltd.: Leyland Vehicles Ltd.; and S.P.
Native Virginian B.L. Lang presents Saint Clements Bay: A Novel of Remembrance, a tale of generations connected by ties of blood, love, and tragedy.