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orf

(ɔːf)
n
(Veterinary Science) vet science an infectious disease of sheep and sometimes goats and cattle, characterized by scabby pustular lesions on the muzzle and lips; caused by a paramyxovirus. Technical name: contagious pustular dermatitis Also called: scabby mouth (Austral)
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orf

n ectima contagioso
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"Orf to Brighton!" said old Smallways, regarding his youngest son from the sitting-room window over the green-grocer's shop with something between pride and reprobation.
If he doesn't, and some nursemaid goes out walkin' or orf with a soldier, leavin' of the hinfant in the perambulator-- well, then I shouldn't be surprised if the census is one babby the less.
"Carn't yer see you've bloomin' well rubbed all the gent's skin orf?"
[Reads, reproducing her pronunciation exactly] "Cheer ap, Keptin; n' haw ya flahr orf a pore gel."
We don't sweat to know 'ow you brung it orf. On'y don't you go for to shoot, 'cos we 'int awmed, s'help me Gord!"
The 39,579 ORFs from the metagenomic data that could be linked to NCBI taxonomy [18] were used for taxonomic assessment of the bacterial community structure in Vietnamese goats' rumen.
Codon usage is a useful feature in discriminating coding and noncoding ORFs [21].
One of the biggest benefits of this construct is having an "honest broker." Tactical units are prone to making internal decisions to misuse float equipment, such as not completing lateral transfers, engaging in controlled substitution and cannibalization, or using ORFs as training equipment.
For simplicity, Table 3 gives the values of only one target sequence (ORF 0047) but all three sequences were examined and yielded essentially the same LOD for both positive control strains.
The main goal of this empirical study is to look for evidence regarding how distractor endorsement frequencies vary across proficiency levels, with an eye toward determining whether or not the distractor ORFs are monotone decreasing for these items.
An assessment of specific ORFs of the 2 viral genomes was performed because evolution of specific proteins is a key determinant of host range and defines cross-species transmission events that may be recent for this virus.