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Bdl a.k.a. Bradley International Airport is a public and military use airport in Windsor Locks on the border with East Granby and Suffield, in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. Owned and operated by the Connecticut Airport Authority, it is the second-largest airport in New England.

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  1. Bdl a.k.a. Bajau, Indonesian Language is an human language.
    • also known as Badjaw, Orang Laut, Turije'ne', Gaj, Bajo, Sama, Luaan, Badjo, Lutayaos, Lutaos, Bajao, Bayo
  2. BDL a.k.a. Behavioral Description Language is a programming language based on ANSI C with extensions for hardware description, developed to describe hardware at levels ranging from the algorithm level to the functional level.

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Google previewComprehensive Toxicology (2010)

BDL is a severe model of extrahepatic cholestasis due to the complete interruption of bile flow.

Google previewComputer Program Synthesis Methodologies (2012)

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held at Bonas, France, September 28–October 10, 1981 by Alan Biermann, G. Guiho

BDL Scalars BDL is a strongly typed language with a conventional set of scalars, plus a set specialized for business applications. The latter include times, dates, addresses, dollar amounts, etc. These are included both to accommodate ...

Google previewThe Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art (1857)

by John Douglas Cook, Philip Harwood, Walter Herries Pollock, Frank Harris, Harold Hodge

when they are thoughtfully providing for intended wives and possible families by one of those curious pieces of complication called marriage settlements, the lawyers' bdl is a serious item in the transaction. We take it for granted that the ...

Google previewThe Panjábí Dictionary (1895)

by Maya Singh, Henry Martyn Clark

Hair ; a crack in a cup, glass, or earthenware ; a prop, a support, a dependence ; wind, breeze &c : — bdl bannhi kandi mdrni, v. n. To hit a shell ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design (1998)

Volume 65 -- Waste: Nuclear Reprocessing and Treatment Technologies to Wastewater Treatment: Multilateral Approach by John J. McKetta Jr

'BDL, below detection limit. excess oxygen. Laboratory-scale, continuous-flow reactor systems have provided the required mixing and relatively isothermal reaction conditions. Consequently, the reaction times have been significantly less .

Google previewThe school etymological dictionary and word-book. (Chiefly an abridgment) [of Etymological and pronouncing dictionary]. (1872)

by James Stormonth

bdl'ko-nt (F. balcon), a railert-in raised platform in frout of a house, usually before the windows. bald, ...

Google previewTheological Dictionary of the Old Testament (1977)

by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren

In a usage that follows the same train of thought but bears greater theological weight, bdl is used to express the idea of election (1 K. 8:53; Lev. 20:24,26)." In direct antithesis to this expression (probably formulated in Deuteronomistic circles), ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Ugaritic Language in the Alphabetic Tradition (2 vols) (2015)

Third Revised Edition by Gregorio del Olmo Lete, Joaquín Sanmartín

bdl n. m. “substitute, reserve personnel” (Arab. badal, “a substitute”, AEL 168; Ebla ba-da-lu(m), “merchant”, ARET, MEE, passim .

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Central Banking (2015)

by Louis-Philippe Rochon, Sergio Rossi

By its statutes the BdL was also “independent” of political control by the German states. This guaranteed the Allied powers' full authority over the central bank still lacking a State, with control being exercised through the Allied Bank ...

Google previewA Grammar and Dictionary of Indus Kohistani (2005)

by Claus Peter Zoller

bdl\ > bAyldh; bAylAv or bAyl'Av, obl.pl.

Google previewA Political and Economic Dictionary of the Middle East (2013)

by David Seddon

BDL. —see Banque du Liban. Bedouin. Literally 'people of the countryside' ( Arabic:bedu). Widely used to refer to tribal populations still living in the desert regions of the Middle East, particularly in southern Libya, eastern Jordan, southern ...

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