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doust

- A firm blow or punch.
See also related terms for punch.
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At the occasion, Iranian ambassador Mahdi Honar Doust said that trade between Iran and Afghanistan was three times greater than Pak-Iran trade while now it is double that Pak-Iran bilateral trade.
This finding is similar to observations of the percentages of maximal power output at the gas exchange threshold and critical power made by Burnley, Doust and Vanhatalo (2006) and Vanhatalo, Doust and Burnley (2008).
In Dudley Doust's '221: Peter Scudamore's Record Season', published the same year, the champion jockey was unsparing in his criticism of Pitcher the jockey but not the man.
Center fielder Pat Doust made a nice catch and threw a one-hopper to the plate to record a double play and end the inning.
Many factors are driving overdiagnosis, including commercial and professional vested interests, legal incentives and cultural issues, said Ray Moynihan, Senior Research Fellow at Bond University, and co-authors, Professors Jenny Doust and David Henry.
These works show that grasses exhibit an extensive variation in adult inflorescence forms; in addition, other works show that grasses have diverse inflorescence developmental patterns even when they have similar mature inflorescence morphologies (Doust & Kellogg, 2002; Kellogg, 2006; Reinheimer et al., 2009).
La depredacion de semillas es considerada una fuerza selectiva importante ya que puede disminuir el exito reproductivo de las plantas y afectar su reclutamiento y demografia, influyendo directa e indirectamente en el tamano, la cantidad y el tiempo de produccion de frutos y semillas (Janzen 1969, Mitchell 1977, Silvertown & Lovett Doust 1993, de Viana 1999).
** DOUST, Jon Boy on a Wire Fremantle Press, 2009 236pp $24.95 pbk ISBN 9781921361456 SCIS 1400100
Similarly, the differences between foxtail millet and its wild progenitor green millet are due to about 14 loci affecting branching in the inflorescence and in the vegetative parts of the plant (Doust et al., 2004, 2005).
Jenny Doust, BMBS, FRACGP Senior Research Fellow in Clinical Epidemiology, Centre for General Practice, University of Queensland
Add in a hearty breakfast and a cold supper and that festive 24 hours of overindulgence can tip the scales at a whopping 6000 calories, warns sports scientist Professor Jo Doust.