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n.1.One who fetters.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Based on data from the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) sea ice index (Fetterer et al.
Lynn Fetterer, officer manager at Bachmann, said she has enjoyed seeing Kroth grow into leadership roles both inside and outside the company over the years.
Yu, Y., Stern, H., Fowler, C., Fetterer, F., and Maslanik, J.
Fetterer, "A benzodiazepine derivative and praziquantel: Effects on musculature of Schistosoma mansoni and Schistosoma japonicum," Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, vol.
2000ab; Fetterer and Allen 2001; Yumauchi et al 2006ab).
Because coccidial oocysts are ubiquitous and easily disseminated in the poultry house environment and have such a large reproduction potential, it is very difficult to keep chicken coccidia free, especially under current intensive rearing conditions (Allen and Fetterer, 2002).
Microbiologist Mark Jenkins and zoologist Ray Fetterer, in BARC's Animal Parasitic Diseases Laboratory, are attempting to increase vaccine uptake by studying alternative delivery methods.
Elhaddi of the National Weather Service, Christiane McCarthy, Siva Ravada, and Andrew Fetterer have greatly improved the readability and technical accuracy of this article.
Fetterer is leading the effort, along with chemist Marcia L.
Other commonly used modernday ice edges, such as the National Snow and Ice Data Center Ice Index (Fetterer et al., 2002), are defined according to the 15% ice concentration contour.
There is some evidence that CIS charts are more accurate than passive microwave data for estimates of ice concentration, particularly in the presence of surface melt (documentation from Fetterer et al., 2008; Agnew and Howell, 2002).
Florence Fetterer for their internal reviews of the chapter.