spalt


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spalt

(spɔːlt)
n
obsolete a silly person
adj
dialect (of wood) brittle
vb
to split or splinter
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Spalt will take over risk management at Erste Bank Hungary Zrt from February 1.
Transcription factors like Spalt play an important role for the correct transcription of the genetic information into RNA and proteins necessary in the respective cell type.
Ingolf Dittmann, Erasmus University, and Ernst Maug and Oliver Spalt, University of Mannheim, "Sticks or Carrots?
Time is the most difficult variable when attempting to home spalt.
Three kinds of Noble hops - Spalt Spalter, Hallertau Mittlefrueh, and Tettnang Tettnanger - blend to give the beer its floral character and its spicy note.
The bills of lading specify that in 2012 A-B InBev imported Hallertau Magnum, Hallertau Herkules, and Hallertau Spalt aroma hops.
Finding groups of fungi that grow and spalt quickly while retaining most of the wood's machinability could greatly benefit both woodworkers and industry (Fig.
Noble hops - Hallertau Mittelfrueh, Spalt Spalter and Tettnang Tettnanger - are also added to lend complexity and balance.
5% ABV, and we used a traditional style of hopping, 50 IBUs, with all four aroma hops: Hallertau, Spalt, Tettnang and Saaz.
Spalt (1977) discussed the changes that occur with fiberboard manufacture.
Bavarian Spalt Noble hops give the beer a crisp elegance that is not bitter and leaves a smooth aftertaste.
Available in late May, IPB is described as "an intenselyhopped, bold Pilsner that emphasizes Hallertau, Tettnang, Spalt and Saaz noble hops.