Blast

Blast is slang for a party or celebration.
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Blast

A plant disease similar to blight.
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blast

[n] - an explosion (as of dynamite) 2. [n] - a long and hard-hit fly ball 3. [v] - make a strident sound 4. [v] - use explosives on
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BLAST

Bell Labs Layered Space Time + Blocked Asynchronous Transmission (protocol) [Communications Research Group]
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Blast

Compressed Air used to drive various kinds of machinery.
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BLAST

BLAST: Abbreviation for Basic Local Alignment Search Tool, a computer program that identifies homologous genes in different organisms (such as worms, the fruit fly, mice, and humans). Homologous genes are genes in different species that share similar structures and functions. A surprisingly large proportion of the human genome shares homology with
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Blast

The breaking up of the quarry face with the use of explosives.
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Blast

Blast (blȧst) noun [ Anglo-Saxon blǣst a puff of wind, a blowing; akin to Icelandic blāstr , Old High German blāst , and from a verb akin to Icelandic blāsa to blow, Old High German blâsan , Goth. blēsan (in comp.); a
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Blast

Blast transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Blasted ; present participle & verbal noun Blasting .] 1. To injure, as by a noxious wind; to cause to wither; to stop or check the growth of, and prevent from fruit-bearing, by s
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Blast

Blast intransitive verb 1. To be blighted or withered; as, the bud blasted in the blossom. 2. To blow; to blow on a trumpet. [ Obsolete] « Toke his blake trumpe faste And gan to puffen and to blaste . Chaucer. »
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blast

1. <biology, suffix> A suffix or terminal formative, used principally in biological terms, and signifying growth or formation. An immature precursor cell of the type indicated by the preceding word, for example; bioblast, epiblast, mesoblast, etc. ... 2. A violent gust of wind. A forcible stream of air from an orifice, as from a bellows, the
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blast

noun a very long fly ball
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blast

noun an explosion (as of dynamite)
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blast

shell verb use explosives on; `The enemy has been shelling us all day`
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blast

verb make a strident sound; `She tended to blast when speaking into a microphone`
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blast

(blast) an immature stage in cellular development before appearance of the definitive characteristics of the cell; used also as a word termination, as in ameloblast and trophoblast. blast cell. the wave of air pressure produced by the detonation of high-explosive bombs or shells or by other e...
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Blast

• (v. t.) To rend open by any explosive agent, as gunpowder, dynamite, etc.; to shatter; as, to blast rocks. • (n.) A flatulent disease of sheep. • (n.) A violent gust of wind. • (n.) The exhaust steam from and engine, driving a column of air out of a boiler chimney, and thus creating an intense draught through the fire; also, a
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blast

(from the article `plant disease`) Low winter temperatures and late spring or early fall freezes cause blasting (sudden death) of leaf and flower buds or sudden blighting ...
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BLAST

[telescope] The Balloon-borne Large Aperture Submillimeter Telescope (BLAST) is a submillimeter telescope that hangs from a high altitude balloon. It has a 2 meter primary mirror that directs light into bolometer arrays operating at 250, 350, and 500 µm. These arrays were developed for the SPIRE instrument on the Herschel Space Observatory
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blast

Type: Term Pronunciation: blast Definitions: 1. General term for immature or precursor cell.
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Blast

[magazine] Blast was the short-lived literary magazine of the Vorticist movement in Britain. Two editions were published: the first on 2 July 1914 (dated 20 June 1914, but publication was delayed) and the second a year later on 15 July 1915. Both editions were written primarily by Wyndham Lewis, and was published with uncharacteristic and s
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BLAST

In bioinformatics, Basic Local Alignment Search Tool, or BLAST, is an algorithm for comparing primary biological sequence information, such as the amino-acid sequences of different proteins or the nucleotides of DNA sequences. A BLAST search enables a researcher to compare a query sequence with a library or database of sequences, and identify libr
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blast

  1. a long and hard-hit fly ball
  2. a sudden very loud noise
  3. a strong current of air
  4. an explosion (as of dynamite)
  5. intense adverse criticism

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BLAST

A computer program that identifies homologous (similar) genes in different organisms, such as human, fruit fly, or nematode.
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Blast

Blast is slang for a party or celebration.
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