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any of several infections of the skin or mucous membrane caused by Blastomyces

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Gk blasto germ, kystis bag]", Butterworths Medical Dictionary, supra note 14 at 235.
During yesterday's service, the minister Rev Huw John Hughes, and Michael Blasto, RNLI's operations director, both referred to the daring rescues which earned Mr Evans gold medals for bravery.
The most worrying thing is that someone, sitting somewhere in an office, thought Blasto was going to be a good game.
But - of greatest excitement to his 9-year-old son - he's the voice of Blasto in the video game for Sony's PlayStation.
Blasto Onyango, who played an instrumental role in finding the 3.
Blasto boasts huge, free-roaming 3D environments and nonlinear gameplay (with no "levels" to break the flow of the action), complemented by amazing graphics and colorful animation.
Scheduled for release in October 1997, Blasto is being developed by Sony Interactive Studios America exclusively for the PlayStation game console.
From the Greek blastos ("germ, sprout") and mykes ("fungus, mushroom"), this invasive fungal infection was first reported in 1894 by T.
The term "heteroblastic" (condition: 'heteroblasty') [from Greek blastos, shoot] was originally introduced by Goebel to describe a form of plant development, in which substantial differences between earlier ("Jugendform" = juvenile form) and later stages ("Folgeform", subsequent form) are observed as opposed to the "homoblastic" type of development with small and gradual changes (Goebel, 1898, 1913).