cranshaw

cran·shaw

 (krăn′shô′)
n.
Variant of crenshaw.
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Merseyside Policesaid Mr Smith, who has dementia, was last seen in Cranshaw Avenue,Clock Faceat around 12.30pm yesterday, Monday, September 2.
Manford From the Tony Award-winning creators of Cabaret and Chicago, this production tells the story of Jessica Cranshaw, star of the new Broadway-bound musical Robbin Hood, who has been murdered on stage on opening night.
Among these organisms, it has been proven in many studies that Bacillus thuringiensis was effective against many pests (Martin and Bonneau, 2006; Cranshaw, 2008; Shaukat et al., 2010).
Castle Cranshaw, or Ghost as he's nicknamed himself, is angry.
Curtains tells the story of Jessica Cranshaw, star of the new Broadway-bound musical Robbin Hood, who has been murdered on stage on opening night.
McDaniel JP, Barbarick KA, Stromberger ME, Cranshaw W (2013) Survivability of Aporrectodea caliginosa in response to drought stress in a Colorado soil.
Small, soft bodied arthropods such as aphids, mealybugs, mites, and whiteflies have been reported to be sensitive to synthetic detergents (Cloyd 2006; Cranshaw 2006; Santibanez 2010).
District Court for the District of South Carolina (Margaret Seymour, S.J.) Bradford Cranshaw, Trevor Hughey, G.
Whitney Cranshaw, a professor and Extension entomologist with Colorado State University, has released lady beetles into his greenhouse several times to feed on aphid-infested plants, only to report negative results.
1), probablemente este dada por la poca variacion de la humedad relativa, ya que segun Knowlton y Janes (1931) los huevos son puestos preferentemente sobre la yemas apicales mas tiernas y, segun Cranshaw (1989), con frecuencia en hilera en los bordes marginales o distribuidos en la superficie de las hojas.