blash

blash

(blæʃ)
n
1. a heavy splash
2. a watery liquid
3. the damage due to a blow
4. a blazing flash
vb (tr)
dialect to splash (something) with liquid
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Third baseman Chase Headley and pitcher Bryan Mitchell were dealt to San Diego on Tuesday for 28-year-old outfielder Jabari Blash, who made his big league debut in 2016 and has played in 99 games in the majors over two seasons.
This study uses data from the biennial Survey of Registered Nurses conducted by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CA-BRN) (Spetz, Keane, Chu, & Blash, 2013; Spetz, Keane, & Herrera, 2011; Tellez et al.
Para algunos academicos como De la Mota, referenciado por Blash (2002), las audiencias pueden entenderse solo como el conjunto del publico entre el cual circula un medio y que permite conocer el numero de seguidores de un determinado programa o emisora (.
4% of new graduates in 2011-2012 were employed within a year of graduation (Spetz, Keane, Chu, & Blash, 2013).
Some practices that added MA, RN, and/or health coaches were able to increase the number or intensity of clinician visits, thereby generating additional revenue while improving outcomes and clinician satisfaction (Anderson & Halley, 2008; Blash, Dower, & Chapman, 2011).
185,000, 109 Pocasset Ave, South Quinsigamond RT, and Panarelli, Phyllis, to Blash, John M.
Swaminathan M, Sharma S, Poliansky Blash S, Patel G, Banach DB, Phillips M, et al.
2006, 2009; Bodenheimer 2007; Blash, Dower, and Chapman 2011; Egger et al.
Rea retired the first two batters of the third before Jabari Blash was hit by a pitch and Ramon Morla walked.
Ademas, protagonizo, produjo y coescribio Moonwalker(1988), de Jim Blash.
National Service (by Master Willie), Restrained (by Robellino) and Blash (Master Willie), all Listed, and Gr2-placed On The Staff (by Master Willie).