live body


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Noun1.live body - the body of a living animal or personlive body - the body of a living animal or person
body, organic structure, physical structure - the entire structure of an organism (an animal, plant, or human being); "he felt as if his whole body were on fire"
system - the living body considered as made up of interdependent components forming a unified whole; "exercise helped him get the alcohol out of his system"
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When feed costs required to obtain SNE flocks having a total live body weight equal to equivalent healthy flocks at market age were calculated, the increased cost to producers ranged from US$370.
Existing techniques employ fluorescent probes which can often extinguish or turn dark and may be toxic in a live body.
He explained that his dogs, which have been sent across the world after quakes and other catastrophes, "would bark if they found a live body and would start digging if they found a dead body.
The ultrasound simulator enables trainees to perform virtual reality gynaecological ultrasound examinations, using a virtual probe that conveys the realistic sensation of contact with a live body.
Martin said the Eugene show will be somewhat tamer than the racy Portland series, but he didn't rule out the possibility of partial nudity, live body piercings and other forms of alternative expression.
Mr Stone, who runs Stirling Services survival camp in Wales, said: "I can see Afghans trying to capture one of our boys but it might not be a live body that is paraded.
You work hand-in-hand with a live body CSMs will take the time to understand your meeting; then they will use their skills to negotiate the best contract, with the lowest rate possible, giving you the most for your meeting budget.
They may have heard that clicking a URL to "unsubscribe" to spam will actually confirm the existence of a live body at their account address, and get them added to more lists.
With 24 images/seconde ("24 Frames per Second"), Jones, the troupe's resident choreographer, seems to be considering how the depiction of moving bodies on screen has modified our sense of a live body moving onstage.
We'd like to get a live body," said Heistein, whose firm often handles cases for owner organization.
Data is streamed to smartphones and/or mp3-players through wired or wireless links, enabling live body metrics, training, and coaching via fitness applications on mobile devices and online.
Wagtail UK got the highly sought after contract to provide live body detection dog teams at ports in Northern France by UK Border Force, European Operations.