sprod

sprod

(sprɒd)
n
(Animals) Northern English and Scot a young salmon in its second year
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21] Mustian K, Sprod L, Palesh O, Peppone L, Janelsins M, Carroll J, et al.
Palesh OG1, Mustian KM, Peppone LJ, Janelsins M, Sprod LK, Kesler S et al.
Tim Sprod has produced an accessible tome to enrich teaching, learning and classroom practice and this is a wonderful culmination of his hands-on, minds-on experience as a teacher of thinking in science classrooms, as well as his academic research.
lag tu rang gi skye ba sngon ma'i pha dang/ ma dang/ spun zla gnyen bshes la sogs pa de dag mthar chags su rtsis sprod byas ba'i tshe/ ma rgan de dag lus 'dar phri li li/ mig mchi ma khram khram/ dbugs spud pa lhed lhed pa'i ngang nas 'di snyam du/ da ci drag kyi hud/ 'bros sa ni med/
After analyzing a national sample of 14,887 people, Sprod established that older cancer survivors engage in less physical activity - even routine activity such as stooping, lifting, and walking - than people without a history of cancer.
Hsieh CC, Sprod LK, Hydock DS, Carter SD, Hayward R, Schneider CM.
2000), and the Adelaide Pediatric Coma Scale (Reilly, Simpson, Sprod, & Thomas, 2004).
Ffion Jones, 15, from Rhymney, and Aberdare's Craig Sprod, 17, will join the mystery sportsperson at Llanwonno Church, where there is a wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Guto.
1) Dan Sprod, Alexander Pearce of Macquarie Harbour.
In Neighbours, Toadfish lost a tooth in a battle with Billy over Melissa then Rupert Sprod pelted gay teacher Andrew Watson with an egg.