COV


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COV

abbreviation for
1. (Statistics) statistics covariance
2. (Genetics) genetics crossover value
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A Greg Smith penalty for Fylde jolted Cov into life, leading to a second penalty try and a yellow card for hooker Ben Gregory.
The doctors there thought he suffered from MErs-Cov because he had cough and fever and he came from South Korea where in cases of Mers Cov are high and have deaths.
RT-PCR was successfully used to detect SARS CoV in nasopharyngeal aspirates, nasopharyngeal swabs, throat swabs, and broncheoalveolar lavage of SARS patients (6, 7).
COV will also be implementing vPayment, the CPS electronic settlement tool that provides additional controls and data capture compared to traditional purchasing cards.
Cov went down to 14 men with a yellow card for George Oram for a mistimed tackle, but they went further in front with a try by Latu Makaafi after 32 minutes, Fenner converting, before James Stokes secured the home side's bonus point with an 80-metre interception try which Fenner converted.
Three yellow cards in the first 29 minutes, coupled with two penalty tries, had Cov on the back foot but, 19-0 down at the break, they carved out enough chances to make an impact but failed to make anything stick until midway through the final quarter by which time it was too little, too late.
There were yellow cards for Cov players, lock Ian Nimmo, hooker Richard Protherough and, right when bodies and tackles were needed deep in injury time, for Tom Johnson as Albion battled to drag the home side back.
OEs started strongly and it took a tackle from James Stokes on former Cov favourite Dom Lespierre to deny the home side an early score.
The home scrum went backwards all afternoon, leading to two pushover tries for Cov on their own ball and a third from an opposition put-in, and three tries came from line-out drives after Students conceded penalties.
Cov made a sluggish start and found themselves 14-0 down inside the first nine minutes.
It was the one and only time in the game that Ealing's runners were able to beat Cov's defence, their other three tries all coming from line-out drives, and although the home side's physical intensity and strength was the decisive factor, they were far from comfortable when Cov were running at them in what was, in every sense, a remarkable game packed with incident which stretched referee Fergus Kirby and his team of ocials to the limit.
Under pressure at the scrum, Cov stood up to everything Park could throw at them and took their chances well to build on a 17-10 half-time lead and secure their first victory of the campaign over a top six side.