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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Similarly, initiatives responding to health care demand in the United States (see, for example, Chapman and Blash 2017; Kurtzman et al.
The Angels released outfielder Jabari Blash to make room for La Stella on their 40-man roster.
Support from parents and peers has two purposes as it serves as a mechanism in forming an ethnic identity and developing a greater self-esteem (Blash & Unger, 1995; Diggs, 1999; Laible, Gustavo, & Roesch, 2004), both of which are also interrelated.
Determination of organic sulfur-containing structures in coal by blash pyrolysis experiments.
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OUTFIELDERS B/T HT WT BORN 66 Jabari Blash R/R 6'5" 235lbs 7/4/89 70 Jake Cave L/L 6'0" 200 12/4/92 22 Jacoby Ellsbury L/L 6'1" 195 9/11/83 77 Clint Frazier R/R 6'1" 190 9/6/94 11 Brett Gardner L/L 5'11" 195 8/24/83 31 Aaron Hicks S/R 6'1" 202 10/2/89 99 Aaron Judge R/R 6'7" 282 4/26/92 71 Billy McKinney L/L 6'1" 205 8/23/94 27 Giancarlo Stanton R/R 6'6" 245 11/8/89
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., 2009) to examine whether there were changes in the predictors of RN employment over the course of the most recent recession.
At the same time, the application of financial innovations would be limited without the demand arising from technical progress (Blash, 2011).
For example, the California Board of Registered Nursing's biennial survey reported only 64.4% of new graduates in 2011-2012 were employed within a year of graduation (Spetz, Keane, Chu, & Blash, 2013).