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Optimal blocking of two-level factorial designs

A comparison of two techniques for ultrasound guided infraclavicular block

Blocked two-level regular factorial designs with weak minimum aberration

Blocking adenosine A2A receptor reduces peritoneal fibrosis in two independent experimental models

Use of Two-Block Partial Least-Squares to Study Covariation in Shape

An alternative computational solution for optimal two-block Nehari and H∞ problems

Two associate class partially balanced incomplete block designs and partial diallel crosses

Optimal two-level regular fractional factorial block and split-plot designs

Preconditioned MHSS iteration methods for a class of block two-by-two linear systems with applications to distributed control problems

Spontaneous and spindle poison-induced micronuclei and chromosome non-disjunction in cytokinesis-blocked lymphocytes from two age groups of women

Spontaneous and spindle poison-induced micronuclei and chromosome non-disjunction in cytokinesis-blocked lymphocytes from two age groups of women

698 Atrial fibrillation (AF) in heart failure patients after cardiac surgery: effect of two beta-blockers

Comparison of succinylcholine with two doses of rocuronium using a new method of monitoring neuromuscular block at the laryngeal muscles by surface laryngeal electromyography

Transient atrioventricular block shortly after uneventful cryoablation of atrioventricular nodal re-entrant tachycardias: report of two cases

O-100ISOLATED LUNG COLLAPSE IN TWO STAGES WITH BRONCHIAL BLOCKER: EQUIVALENT TO DOUBLE-LUMEN TUBE?

Comparison of two different doses of lignocaine used in paracervical block during oocyte collection in an IVF programme

Association between two µ-opioid receptor gene (OPRM1) haplotype blocks and drug or alcohol dependence

Two long homologous retroviral sequence blocks in proximal Yq11 cause AZFa microdeletions as a result of intrachromosomal recombination events

 

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A maritime term to describe a purchase in which there is no more travel by reason of the moving block having been hauled up to the standing block. By extension it has also come to mean a rope or wire which has been hauled as taut as possible. A similar term with the same meaning is ‘chock-a-block’.

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