With Ian Donaldson and John Sim, he robbed nearly pounds 21,000 from the British Linen Bank in Giffnock, Glasgow, in July 1969.
What does BLB stand for?
BLB stands for British Linen Bank
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- Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
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- Belgian Luxembourg Business Association
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- Black Lung Benefits Act (US)
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- Brick Lane Business Association (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He gunned them down at his Glasgow tenement home after he and others stole pounds 14,000 from the British Linen Bank in Linwood, Renfrewshire.
One day in July 1969, three smart businessmen walked into the British Linen Bank in Williamwood.
WISHAW GENERAL THEY PAY: pounds 100m YOU PAY: pounds 775m Built and operated by Summit Healthcare, which includes Sir Robert McAlpine, British Linen Bank and Edison Capital Europe Ltd.
The private company that will build and own the new hospital is owned by three companies, Bovis Construction, the British Linen Bank - a Royal Bank of Scotland subsidiary - and RCO Support Services.
When Foulkes met Romanov yet again yesterday morning discussions developed into a stand-up row in which the chairman told the majority shareholder his actions were misguided and he was sacking the popular chief executive against the advice of his own lawyers, stockbrokers and the British Linen bank who are overseeing Romanov's buy-out of the club.