Wharl


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n.1.A guttural pronunciation of the letter r; a burr. See Burr, n., 6.
A strange, uncouth wharling in their speech.
- Fuller.
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Nutrient peaks at the stations Santa Isabel, San Felipe and McBean, have been associated to the vicinity of human settlements and tourism (especially in the Santa Isabel wharl), leachates from the landfill at sector of San Felipe and the input of organic and inorganic residues from agricultural activity, animal husbandry and mangrove areas in the watershed of McBean Lagoon (Figure 5, 6; Vivas-Aguas et al.
1: Distribution of pattern of left thumb print according to sex Male Female Loop 95 77 Wharl 43 56 Arch 14 15 Note: Table made from bar graph.