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block

1. n. the head. Try to get this stuff through your block before the test.
2. n. the auction block. The painting went on the block and sold for nearly fifty-three million dollars.
3. n. a stupid person. (Possibly a back formation on blockhead.) You silly block! Get out of the way.
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It is a distinct honor to be named acting commissioner, following in the footsteps of a man the caliber of Colonel Blocker, and I am grateful for the opportunity to lead the 6,300 enlisted and civilian members of the department.
Protein World said that because the product name was "blocker" rather than "block" or "blocked", it "would be understood by consumers to mean something that impeded the action of something else without completely preventing it".
Hormann Middle East and Africa has launched road blockers with optional EFO (emergency fast operation) to secure passages up to 6m wide.
They treated the mice with immunotherapy and with or without the pan beta blocker propranolol.
In his own statement, Blocker suggested Miller was making an issue out of his campaign staff to shift attention away from a recent data breach involving the Texas Department of Agriculture.
* Males are 27% more likely to use ad blockers; females are 26% less likely.
Google's plan to create its own ad blocker for the Chrome web browser seems counterintuitive to the company's online ad-centric stream of revenues.
Perceptual Ad Blocker scans a page, looking for container sizes, specific icon graphics, and text like "sponsored" in order to find the ads on a page.
This study aimed to estimate the frequency of purpura and bleeding in patients on calcium channel blockers and to look for an association between calcium channel blocker therapy and petechiae due to capillary fragility induced by Hess test.
Ad blockers filter out ads by refusing to display page images and other elements that originated with a known ad server.
H2 blockers work faster than PPIs, but the effects don't last as long.
According to the results, 57% of those surveyed say that they use an ad blocker to prevent viewing display ads while on a PC.
Not only is AdBlock Plus the world's most popular blocker, with 60 million active users, it's taken the unusual step of letting publishers pay to get around its own blocking.
Julie Venn-Morton said her 74-year-old mother felt like a prisoner in her own home before the call blocker was installed.
Atenolol is a beta blocker. It can cause the side effects that you mention.