Potential parasite-induced mortality in age-0 bluegills in a flood plain poind
of the lower Mississippi River.
"Une ordonnance du livre de vers poind
innee ou partout," he announces in Crise de vers; "Susceptibilite en raison que le cri possede un echo--des motifs de meme jeu s'equilibreront, balances, a distance ...
Next to the mound, which is on private land, is a prehistoric standing stone with the lyrical name of Poind
and his Man.
In the mailing that offers a poind
of Godiva chocolates as a premium, the brochure states:
(19)Wharton exaggerates the size of the hole by referring to the "poind
" of Curtius in the Roman Forum.
The walk will take in sites such as Shaftoe Crags, the deserted medieval village of East Shaftoe, the Poind
and His Man - a Bronze Age burial site and its standing stone - and Burnt Mounds, where prehistoric people dropped heated rocks into water for cooking purposes and left piles of stone debris behind.
Even if the former take their cut it will be worth it if they finally pin, if not poind
, the defaulters down.
Charity worker Sarah, of Tobermory, Mull, feared Sheriff's Officers would march into the cottage, where she has lived since she was born, and poind
her possessions, which would then have been sold for a pittance.
They say they will arrest his wages or "poind
" possessions if he does not pay council tax debts of pounds 80.23 for 1993/94 and pounds 357.39 from 1994/95.