frug

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frug

(fruːɡ)
n
a type of dance popular in the 1960s
vb (intr)
to dance in such a style
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His debut album - with its polite rock frugs (Best Fake Smile) and wavering voiced acoustic endearments (Move Together) - marks the birth of a new mainstream blandness.
The sample has been selected by using proportional allocation system from two FRUGs and two RMOs.
Here, Iiri1=0.256, Score obtained from the first item monitoring all activities of RMO and FRUGS.
The recommendations of the study are the following: i) to increase the civil participation, ii) to enhance social consciousness through education, iii) to reduce the patron-client relationship, iv) to rise the numbers of RMO, v) to reorganize the rules and regulations in both FRUGs and RMOs organization.
These RUGs again create some federation, which are called Federation of Resource User Group (FRUG).
Cells were treated with 5mM L-sulfoximine buthionine (BSO), or 20nM pioglitazone (PZ) or a combination of both frugs at the same concentrations.