a.1.Of or pertaining to potters.
Pottern ore
a species of ore which, from its aptness to vitrify like the glazing of potter's wares, the miners call by this name.
- Boyle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The munuster held them up oz models tull pottern after.
Poole GC, Valett HM, Arango CP, Bemot MJ, Burgin AJ, Crenshaw CL, Helton AM, Johnson LT, O'Brien JM, Pottern JD, Sheibley RW, Sobota DJ, Thomas SM (2011) Nitrous oxide emission from denitrification in stream and river networks.
Curtis '16 as “Algernon Moncreiff,” Rachel Pottern '15 as “Lane,” Daryl Munroe '15 as “Lady Bracknell,” Abbe Fralix '15 as “Gwendolen Fairfax,” Mary Lynn Bain '17 as “Cecily Cardew,” Hannah Marks '17 as “Miss Prism,” Joshua M.
[1.] Linda Morris Brown, Linda M Pottern, Robert N Hoover.
Las PGC's migran hacia las crestas gonadales, formando los gonocitos a los 11,5 dias posterior a la copula (Loeffer & Pottern 1997, McLaren 1998).
(28) Ron E, Lubin JH, Shore RE, Mabuchi K, Modan B, Pottern LM, Schneider AB, Tucker MA, Boice JD.
Coping with competing de mands: Interrution and the type A pottern, Jounal of Aplied Phychology.
Bluefish support extensive fisheries throughout their distribution (Juanes et al., 1996), including the western north Atlantic where this species has historically accounted for the greatest catch by weight in the recreational fishery (Pottern et al., 1989).
Hayes, R.B., Brown, L.M., Pottern, L.M., Gomez, M., Kardaun, J.W.P.F., Hoover, R.N., O' Connell, K.J., Sutzman, R.E., & Javadpour, N.