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blook

(blʊk)
n
1. (Communications & Information) a book published on a weblog in a series of instalments
2. (Communications & Information) a printed book derived from a weblog
[C21: from bl(og) + (b)ook]
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According to the reports, three security check posts fell to the Taliban in Shewan, Garani and Aab Khormay areas of Bala Blook district on Wednesday night.
Moreover, three security check posts fell to the Taliban in Shewan, Garani and Aab Khormay areas of Bala Blook district.
Tenders are invited for Talab nirman karya gram bamhangaon blook khirkiya
"The goal is to allow young couples who are financially unable to pay for their own wedding, to celebrate their marriage," said Sobhi Blook, a journalist with Lynx News who has covered these weddings extensively over the years.
Taken mainly from the columns he has written over the years, the compilation in his Motorists' Bedside Blook is both informative and fascinating and often hilarious.
Blook, Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, (New York: David McKay, 1956).
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While Black Blook's research shows a divide in mobile EHR user satisfaction, in a sense the efforts at a large healthcare system like UPMC mirror the mobile strategy of Dr.
Al libro basado en un blog se le ha dado, en ingles, el nombre de blook.
Uniformly distributed random signals, which represent the noise, have been added to the states of the system and generated by the Simulink's blook. The noise has got zero mean value and [+ or -] 0.5 wight with different seeds.
Alyson, 40, bought Daniel a 'blue blook' where he can pen his big imagination.
On Wednesday, a tank broke into Blook 25 in Al-Mansoura, killing Southern Movement leader Sharaf Mahfood.