morphew

morphew

(ˈmɔːfjuː)
n
1. a blemish on the skin
2. a skin lesion or blister caused by scurvy
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If there were any pre-match nerves after a winless start to the campaign, they were soon settled when Kieran Morphew's trip on Stuart Beavon presented Benbow with the chance to dispatch a spot kick within the first two minutes.
Keiran Morphew's poorlytimed challenge on Stuart Beavon presented Benbow with the chance to break the deadlock, with the hosts going close to doubling the lead on several occasions afterwards - Devon Kelly-Evans and Beavon going particularly close.
Tim Morphew, zoo curator at Folly Farm, said: "The launch of Asian Adventure is the culmination of a huge amount of hard work and dedication.
Student Holly Morphew said: "It was a really amazing evening, I had so much fun.
Jill Morphew has joined Mercy Clinic Cardiology in Fort Smith as a board-certified adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner.
Originating from the communication sciences, content analysis is used to examine text and images in order to identify messages and meanings (Hartley & Morphew, 2008; Krippendorff, 2013).
Saichaie and Morphew (2014) revealed that schools should set a goal to provide equal treatment and equal access, to ensure all students have the opportunity to pursue an education at any level.
Frana and Rice have provided information on how to craft such measures, and others (Morphew, Twombly, & Wolf-Wendel; Townsend & Wilson) also discuss articulation agreements and other means of ensuring a smooth transfer process.
[12.] Galant SP, Morphew T, Newcomb RL, Hioe K, Guijon O, Liao O.
The voice behind the hit record "Issues" wore an all-white, romantic, tiered tulle dress by Morphew.
Helminth infections are prevalent throughout the world, affecting both humans as well as livestock animals and cause huge economic losses (Morphew et al., 2011).