v. t.1.To lock, or fasten as with a lock.
[imp. & p. p. Belocked (bė*lǒkt").]
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Also moving to the new location are Otto's service team, including Erica De La Garza and Melanie Fugate, and Jaimes' account manager, Jesse Belock.
Two other conference speakers--Daryl Belock, vice president of Innovation and R&D at Thermo Fisher Scientific and Dr.
Daryl Belock, VP of Innovation and R&D Collaboration at Thermo Fisher Scientific, said one of the biggest challenges in coming up with the next generation of technology is finding the right talent to do so.
While Thomas Mason, Director of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), and Dean Kamen, entrepreneur and inventor, agreed with Belock, they also pointed to another hardship facing the science industry--poor public perception.
"There always seems to be a small group of very talented people that stimulate breakthroughs in innovation," said Belock. "It's very easy to fall into a short-term vision of the future, where teams get into incrementalism in terms of what they are bringing to the market.
Frank Belock, Jr., City Engineer & Engineering & Capital Projects Director, City of San Diego, CA
Belock has been named source manager for the FRP Supply Division of Ashland Distribution Company.
It included Kamen; Thom Mason, director of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Daryl Belock, a vice-president for Thermo Fisher Scientific; and Alex Peng, a vice president of the Taiwan-based Industrial Technology Research Institute, or ITRI.
Belock and Thermo Fisher Scientific are thinking about "democratization" of scientific measurements and testing.
Frank Belock, Jr., City Engineer & Engineer & Capital Projects Director, City of San Diego, CA
- It means Murphy could belocked out of the Scottish Parliament until 2016 even if he wins the leadership.