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glime

(ɡlaɪm)
n
a sideways glance
vb (intr)
to glance sideways
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Mike Glime, the exercise also revealed potential impediments.
De acuerdo con CRUM (1976) y GLIME (2006), los tardigrados son especialmente comunes en briofitos epifitos de cortezas de arboles, y de hecho es el habitat mas apropiado, ya que presentan tolerancias similares a la desecacion y sus periodos de humedad y sequia se ajustan al ciclo de vida de los tardigrados.
Los 19 nutrientes esenciales para la mayoria de plantas, incluyendo los briofitos, se encuentran en estos medios de cultivo, tanto los micronutrientes como los macronutrientes (Taiz y Zeiger, 1998; Jaques, 1998; Glime, 2006).
Because of this, William Glime of Swagelok Company, Willoughby, Ohio, designed the Swagelok ALD series diaphragm valve.
aduncus (6 cm and 10 cm, respectively), Glime et at.
About seven or eight years ago, Jim Carlson, a sales representative for Pomp's Tire, told Pomp's retread technician Mike Glime that there was a special need for a traction tire for the graders used by Alger County.
Because comprehending the difference between three minutes and three hours can be difficult for young children," said Jaag president, Jim Glime, "our Time's Up/Time Out turns the abstract idea of time into something young learners can see, hear and touch.
Local or individual accounts of peatlands in the region include sites in southern Michigan (Crow 1969a,b; Sytsma & Pippen 1981, 1982; Glime et al.
Bryophytes play an important role in many freshwater ecosystems, both as primary producers and as microhabitats for aquatic organisms (Glime and Clemons 1972, Glime and Acton 1979, Slack 1984).
Janice Glime, an ecologist at Michigan Technological Univ.
Glime will remain a member of Warrantech's board of directors.