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garrot

(ˈɡærət)
n
(Animals) the goldeneye duck, Clangula glaucion

garrot

(ˈɡærət)
n
(Surgery) surgery a stick or cylinder used to tighten a bandage in order to prevent blood loss from a wounded limb
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Je t'aime sans conditions, derapage d'un fils qui quitte l'ecole, emigration clandestine, les retombees de l'adolescence, la tendresse et l'amour d'un pere pour son fils ont rendu les pendules a l'heure, le garrot blanc suspendu aux arbres du jardin symbole d'un grand amour paternel.
Locations of individuals were determined using the homing method (White and Garrot 1990).
Additionally, home range size and boundaries may change depending on season, reproductive status, and estimation method (White & Garrot 1990).
Habitat is essential for an animal species as it provides shelter, food and water, the three basic demands of life and hence, each species exists within particular conditions of habitat, depending upon its needs and potential to survive (White and Garrot, 1990).
Location data were collected by triangulation during daytime (White and Garrot, 1990) and opportunistically collected by the homing technique.
Suite a cette operation, 4 seringues, 2 megots de cigarettes farcis de cannabis, un garrot a usage medical et une somme de 3665 dinars ont ete saisis.
Le developpement de la production nationale est, selon la conferenciere, imperatif mais elle appelle les interesses a mettre un garrot sur les importations qui se chiffrent en dizaines de milliards de dollars.
Conversely, Artaud disseminates the ambiguity from the object to the words that describe it--the term grotte could refer to the nether regions of the body, garrot refers to the neck, and garotte is a lexical invention of Artaud's that is phonologically close to garrotte, an instrument of torture placed around a victim's neck.
the probability of an animal dying during a short interval) and capitalizing on a recapture probability of "1" (White and Garrot, 1990).
In addition, for each individual, we calculated the maximum distance between localization points (Lmax), and the home range size by means of the Minimum Convex Polygon Method when the number of location points per individual was three or more (Hayne, 1949; White and Garrot, 1990).
Debido a que esta especie se desplaza principalmente en el suelo, con muy pocos vuelos, fue posible determinar la localizacion de los individuos marcados con radios con la tecnica de homing (White y Garrot, 1990), la cual no requiere de triangulacion, sino que basa la localizacion en la intensidad de la serial del radio cuando el receptor se encuentra a poca distancia del animal.