Flemer


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Flem´er


n.1.One who, or that which, banishes or expels.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Shrimp appear to be highly sensitive to pesticides and have low LC50 values, which may be due to the fact that both OP and SPs are particularly produced to target insects (Ankley and Collyard, 1995; Flemer et al., 1997; Pesando, 2003) which also include crustaceans.
Kevin Flemer left in the seventh inning after giving up just two hits and striking out five, but John Pomeroy (2-0) got the victory with 1 1/3 innings of relief, allowing only a walk.
Brad Andres, Caleb Ashling, Kelly and Josh Boadway, Stephen Brown, Ryan Burner, Benjamin Flemer, Dan Fontaine, Scott Freeman, Kerri Frangioso, Laura Ganis, Cory Gregory, Robin Hunnewell, Ayme Johnson, Jim Johnson, Terry Kowalczyk, Meg Laws, Fabrice leBouard, Trevor Lloyd-Evans, Taylor McKinnon, Liliana Naves, Greg Norwood, Kevin Pietrzak, Slade Sapora, Jen Selvidge, Blake Trask, Aaron Wells, Alexis Will, and Cashell Villa all provided invaluable field assistance.
A subsequent large-scale evaluation of disease tolerance found that the older cultivar, the Princeton American elm--a 1922 selection of William Flemer Jr., owner of Princeton Nurseries in New Jersey--has a high level of disease tolerance, especially good news for a tree originally grown for its outstanding horticultural characteristics.
Flemer has joined AQS, the company has also announced.
'Compacta' 'Flemer' 'Newport' 'Pilaris' 'Pyramidalis' 'Sentinalis'
Kevin Flemer pitched 2 2/3 innings of one-hit ball to earn the victory in a game in which the Beavers used seven pitchers.
Kevin Flemer took the loss after pitching 2/3 inning in the sixth.
Trent Shelton and Kevin Flemer pitched the bottom of the ninth inning.
Finally, Paul Flemer's contribution, hardly lacking in psychological subtlety, shows how Pope Clement VII, ever anxious to recoup his reputation after the Sack of Rome, drew on heroic but glaringly inexact historical precedents from the classical past.
Philip Belding, Kevin Flemer and Max Engelbrekt pitched the final 2 2/3 innings, allowing no hits and just one walk.
Banker, "Lay Male Identity in the Institutions of a Tuscan Provincial Town"; Alison Brown, "Insiders and Outsiders: The Changing Boundaries of Exile"; Paula Clarke, "The Identity of the Expatriate: Florentines in Venice in the Late Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Centuries"; and Paul Flemer, "Clement VII and the Crisis of the Sack of Rome."