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A segment of a town or city surrounded by streets and avenues on at least three sides and usually occupied by buildings, though it may be composed solely of vacant lots. The section of a city enclosed by streets that is described by a map which indicates how a portion of land will be subdivided.

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It said that the name 'Carb Blocker' or claims such as "stop any unused sugars being stored as fat" must not be used in any Protein World advertising for the product.
[USA], Jan 9 ( ANI ): According to a research, melanoma patients may live longer if they take beta blockers, a class of drugs used to manage abnormal heart rhythm and prevent heart attacks.
The race between Miller and Blocker was already contentious before Wednesday.
* For stations using endorsement ads by popular personalities, ad blockers are 74% more likely to be particularly influenced by peer recommendations or reviews, whether online or via word-of-mouth.
Other companies also pay fees to third-party blockers to do the same thing.
Narayanan stops short of calling Perceptual Ad Blocker "undefeatable," but acknowledges this could be the end of the ad blocker arms race.
When we analyzed our observations we found that all the 60 patients included in the study group were diagnosed with hypertension as their cardiac cause for receiving calcium channel blocker therapy.
For those 35-54, 57% use ad blockers, while only 44% of those 55 and older use them.
Either people are tired of feeling abused by flashing, autoplaying ads that track our every click, and welcome ad blockers as a sanity-saving device, or they feel that ad blockers rob publishers of rightful money, and that viewers are stealing content when they cut out the ads.
When she rang Julie for advice she told her she'd unplugged the call blocker a few minutes before the call came in to do the vacuuming.
There are essentially four classes of medications that can be used as first-line agents for the treatment of high blood pressure: beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, diuretics, and angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors/angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs).