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“B-L. name withheld, interview with author, December 2008.”
“I'm reading Rienzi right now, and I don't think I'd want my students to have to suffer through a B-L, at the risk of scaring them off Victorian novels altogether.”
“First-name memory mashup confused by Tim B-L, too, maybe.”
“The B-L analogy strikes me as being very erroneous.”
“B-L say that innovation was high during past periods when drug patents were weak or nonexistent.”
“B-L say that this is an immoral contract, analogous to a contract where you agree to be a slave.”
“B-L are right that pharma innovation was high where patents didn't get in the way.”
“If for whatever reason my C drive starts spewing blood, or whatever happens when computers go bad, everything that is on the B-L drives will still be fine.”
“One thing I neglected to say though, is that there is an identical anomaly in the lepton number symmetry and, remarkably, the combination of the two symmetries, B-L, has no anomaly at all!”
“#315: Andrew Albers, LHP, U. of Kentucky, 6′1″, 195 lbs, B-L, T-L bio | 2008 stats | older stats”
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