Today's launch represents the starting point for blip
It is important for HIV clinicians to understand the content and quality of the data on viral blips
and how differences in viral load testing strategies may lead to variations in blip
Every team is going to have a blip
during the season and I always felt we could bounce back straight away," Bickerstaff said.
Paul Saffocq of the Institute for the Future said Wednesday's blip
will be one more beguiling moment in man's search for patterns within a random universe.
I just wanted to say that I saw Steve's article as a blip
on the flat line of corporate communication.
Utterly simple in conception and execution, the building is an almost imperceptible horizontal blip
in the landscape, its long, low slung volume echoing the forms of the granite terraces on which it is poised.
Mourinho also has a word of advice for Fergie and his rival managers who claim Chelsea will have a blip
during the forthcoming campaign.
The use of stock valued at an exchange ratio that accounts for the current blip
in the exchange rate is an effective solution.
And the word will be (drum roll) blip
, as in when a football team can't win a game.
Right now you would probably have to say it's a blip
, but it should be noted that goals are in relatively short supply in the Coca-Cola League as well.
Having been fascinated by the current documentary series The British Isles: A Natural History, it occurred to me that the length of our lives may vary, but even the longest of lives is but a blip
when measured against the history of this planet.
About four years ago MBA Legislative Representative Mike Rovella got the idea for BLIP
from a similar program in Pennsylvania.