Definitions for "Bun"
same as blood urea nitrogen; the concentration of nitrogen in blood present in the form of urea; -- used as a measure of kidney function.
A measure of the urea levl in the blood. Urea is cleared by the kidney. BUN is a laboratory blood test to assess how well the kidney is functioning. Diseases, such as myeloma, which compromise kidney function, frequently lead to increased levels of BUN.
BUN is a waste product in the blood that is eliminated through the kidneys. BUN levels are interpreted in conjunction with creatinine levels to monitor kidney function. BUN levels also may be elevated because of dehydration or blood in the gastrointestinal tract. Low BUN levels may be seen with liver disease or malnutrition.
Keywords:  slabstock, foam, fpf, segment, slab
A segment of FPF cut off from continuously produced slabstock type of FPF.
A segment of foam cut off from continuously produced slabstock type of foam.
A section of foam cut from a constantly produced slab stock kind of foam.
Keywords:  bread, plain, bisquits, sugary, sweet
any of a variety of slightly sweetened or plain raised cakes or bisquits, often having a glazing of sugar and milk on the top crust; as, a hot cross bun.
In the Bath region of England, sugary sweet buns have been famous for over 250 years.
small rounded bread either plain or sweet
Keywords:  rapamune, intubation
Intubation Rapamune
a type of coiffure in which the hair is gathered into a coil or knot at the top of the head.
a tight roll of hair worn at the back of the head
A bun (also known as a Bobtail) is a type of hairstyle, typically worn by women, where the hair is pulled back from the face, twisted or plaited, and wrapped in a circular coil around itself, typically on the back of the head or neck. They can either be secured with a hairpiece, a hairnet and bobby pins or simply by bobby pins. They may be tightly gathered or slightly messier and more informal.
See business unit network. Business Plans: Methodology based on GQ for creating interdependent GIG business plans.
Cellular material whose production process results in a single, non-continuous block or sheet of material ranging in thickness from 1" to several feet.
See Blocks. Generally, buns are longer than blocks, approximately equal to or greater than 60 feet in length.
Keywords:  buttocks
the buttocks.
Foot A flattened version of the ball foot, often found on case furniture of the second half of the 17th C.