crout

Related to crout: croup, Crout reduction

crout

(kraʊt)
n
(Cookery) another word for sauerkraut
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"He really came here and went to work and went after the drug dealers and was cleaning that up," Carthel Crout, a former mayor of Williamston, told WYFF.
Wen A, Weyant RJ, McNeil DW, Crout RJ, Neiswanger K, Marazita ML, Foxman B.
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(5.) Caton J, Ciancio S, Crout R, Hefti A, Polson A, editors.
8 Frisbee SJ, Chambers CB, Frisbee JC, Goodwill AG, Crout RJ.
Immobilization of enzymes onto epoxy activated matrix is affected by the amount of Eupergit C, pH and concentration of buffer used and duration of immobilization (Hernaiz and Crout, 2000; Martin et al., 2003).
Ganesan, "Modified Crout's method for an LU decomposition of an interval matrix," Journal of Physics: Conference Series, vol.