However, just because brain blips
are common, that's not to say they should be completely brushed off.
As a first step around two hundred blipping events have been applied manually with the goal to create very short blip
Several retrospective and prospective studies have demonstrated that blips
are common, with the percentage of patients who experience a blip
over time ranging from 10 % to 40 %.
that happen on or after the Retroactive Date and before the End Date of the last policy we issue to you in an uninterrupted succession of renewed policies and that are the same, continuous, repeated or in a series of interrelated blips
or are temporally, logically or causally connected by facts, circumstances, situations, transactions, events, advice, dissemination, utterances or decisions are deemed to be a single blip
happening at the time the earliest of those blips
happened during that time period.
So everyone was sleeping on the blip
because the blip
was going to happen.
The MBA offers a course in Advanced Bowhunter Education and gives a list of students who complete the course to MDIF&W, which in turn provides the names of BLIP
hunters to municipalities or landowners that report nuisance deer problems.
But a moving asteroid would appear as two nearby blips
This is the sort of statistical blip
that might pinpoint the cause of a disease.
But the "jump" may be just a blip
in a steady, 20-year climb in brain cancer.
Because radar data tends to be equivocal-in a wide variety of circumstances, a blip
is a blip
is a blip
-the great range and track capacity of the Aegis radar system on cruisers like the Vincennes exacerbates rather than diminishes uncertainty.
, one of the Internet's largest independently owned and operated video networks, and Yahoo
And the bench imposed a 12 month condition discharge after his solicitor added: "If this is a blip
, I don't think you will see him again.