teer


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teer

(tɪə)
vb (tr)
(Building) building trades dialect to plaster or cover with (clay, earth, etc)
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The TEER of HUVEC monolayers was reduced by nearly 50% after a 30 min incubation with the cytotoxic factor, indicating an increase in monolayer permeability (p < 0.
Into two chambers, TEER measurement for assessment of tight-junction permeability was performed using the Millicell ERS apparatus (Millipore, Bedford, MA, USA) according to the manufacturer's instruction.
TEER promised skipper Gerard McMahon the Youth Development position at the club if he signed a new contract, only for the job to be given to Seamus Heath.
On the night in question Mrs Draper went into the bedroom to find Teers climbing through the window.
Mr Teers worked as an optician in the city for many decades and founded Standell, Teers and Davies Opticians in Stoney Stanton Road.
The Warwickshire based group was the brainchild of the late Sue Teers MBE and began in 1988.
WARWICKSHIRE performers are paying tribute to the memory of theatre stalwart Sue Teers by staging her favourite play.
Director of productions Sue Teers said: "This adaptation by Rob Bettinson is a big ensemble piece that offers exciting challenges to actors of all ages.
Director of productions Sue Teers said: "We are offering our audiences a very wide-ranging theatre experience this season with contrasting styles, content, settings and moods.