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toze

(təʊz)
vb (tr)
to tease out; (of wool, etc) to card or comb
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Goals from Brandley Kuwas, Toze and club captain Alvaro Negredo gave The Blues a 3-0 win at the swanky Al Maktoum Stadium.
The Al Nasr attack will once again be led by former Spain and Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo -- who got 17 goals in the 19 matches he played -- while Chilean Esteban Pavez, Portugal's Toze and Brandley Kuwas from Curacao will be the foreign additions this season.
(10.) Shustik C, Bence-Bruckler I, Delage R, Owen CJ, Toze CL, Coutre S.
Vitoria have no such problems, with creative midfielder Toze back in the first-team fold after returning from injury and Andre Andre, who has six goals in the league this season, is a permanent fixture at the top of the tree.
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David Brown & Sandra Toze, Information Governance in Digitized Public Administration, 60 CAN.
Sidhu & Toze (2009) point out the efficiency of stabilization with calcium oxide and solarization to reduce the microbial load, possibly being a promising alternative to make possible the use of sewage sludge in agriculture.
Toze, "Fecal indicators and zoonotic pathogens in household drinking water taps fed from rainwater tanks in Southeast Queensland, Australia," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
Species and pathogen concentrations in sewage sludge are variable and depend on (United States Environmental Protection Agency [Usepa], 2003, Andreoli, Garbossa, Lupatini, & Pegorini, 2008, Sidhu & Toze, 2009):
Several articles in this special issue collection report on the adoption and realization of digital competencies within government to deliver and improve public services or engage citizens in the digital sphere (Lindquist 2017; Brown and Toze 2017).