wanty

wanty

(ˈwɒntɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. a rope that secures an object on a horse's back
2. a strap encircling a horse's belly when harnessed
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Typically, arsenic can change oxidation state and As(III) is more toxic and mobile than As(V) (Welch, Westjohn, Helsel, & Wanty, 2000; WHO, 2011).
The team of Colleen Vale, Leicha Bragg, Wanty Widjaja, Esther Loong and Sandra Herbert from Deakin University look at how the key mathematical proficiency of reasoning underpins students' mathematical understanding and promotes creative thinking.
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In: Field Studies of Radon in Rocks, Soils and Water (Gundersen LCS, Wanty RB, eds).
The names are as follows, PJ Shiels , L Midgley, J Mole M McManus L Douthwaiat, LW Wanty.
Sont egalement en lice les equipes professionnelles d'Europcar et Bretagne Seche Environnement (France), Wanty Groupe Gobert (Belgique), Bike Aid de Debesay (Emirats arabes unis) et Roth Skoda (Allemagne).
One of the presentations, Implementing Japanese Lesson Study: An Example of Teacher- Researcher Collaboration by Susie Groves, Brian Doig, Wanty Widjaja, David Garner and Kathryn Palmer, featured an Australian implementation of this process.
Bohlke JK, Wanty R, Tuttle M, Delin G, Landon M (2002) Denitrification in the recharge area and discharge area of a transient agricultural nitrate plume in a glacial outwash sand aquifer.
Wanty was particularly pleased to see his favorite element, vanadium, appear three times--in the ionic forms [V.
Wanty, Les annees trente, Paris-Tournai, Gamma, 1975.