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poot

(puːt)
n
a fart
vb (intr)
to break wind
interj
an exclamation of exasperation
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Other researchers identified readmission rates greater than 30 days (Domingues et al., 2011; Inglis et al., 2010; Mistiaen & Poot, 2008; Takeda et al., 2012).
Arising from a workshop held at the Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam in April 2013, Nijkamp, Poot, and Bakens present 16 original, quantitative and international contributions on the economics of cultural diversity.
Poot's study shows respect for a number of narratives--those of the institution, patient, medical professionals and nurses.
Editors Nijkamp and Sahin are affiliated with VU University; Poot is with the U.
"We don't believe it," Socorro Poot, a housewife and mother of three in Holca, a village about 25 miles from Chichen Itza, said.
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Freddy Poot Sosa, an expert at the Yucatan-based Centro de Investigaciones y Documentacion Indfgena, affiliated with the Comision Nacional para el Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indigenas (CDI), points to another clear discrepancy.
"Contrary to popular thought, reading ranks in the top three of leisure activities with 85% of Americans reading magazines," Terlaak Poot says.