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milt·er

 (mĭl′tər)
n.
A male fish that is ready to breed.

milter

(ˈmɪltə)
n
(Animals) a male fish that is mature and ready to breed
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Milter said that the crosses could be moved to private property or sold to private entities.
Milter (Eds.), Learning at the crossroads of theory and practice (pp.
Scott y Milter (39) mencionan que en algunos caballos tratados que presentaron multiples sarcoides se observo la regresion espontanea de tos sarcoides no intervenidos, produciendose tal vez como resultado de una respuesta crioinmune a los componentes celulares de los sarcoides.
(76) See Young, supra note 47, at 82; Milter et al., supra note 10, at 142; BORNSTEIN & MILLER, supra note 10; Miller & Hayward, supra note 39, at 118; see MILLER, supra note 57; Marian J.
(15) In Milter, the Divisional Court glossed over this question, in part because neither the claimants nor the Secretary of State directly raised it.
Roper, Graham, and Milter. Yet, the methods that the Court uses to
Rebecca Milter, ice bucket participant and Director of Admissions, says, “As we begin a new academic year, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is a great way for the Law School community to further the public's awareness of ALS, raise funding to help support the ALS Association's mission and welcome our new and returning students to campus.
767 (1967), and Milter, but it is not clear that either Fanny Hill (Memoirs) or second-string girlie magazines hoping to be the down-market Playboy (Redrup) would be obscene under Miller.
Furthermore, cultural awareness emphasizes on cultural knowledge, skills and personality of others which stimulates intercultural competency (Matveev and Milter, 2004).