porer

porer

(ˈpɔːrə)
n
a person who makes a close inspection of something
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After that wells were made by using sterile cork porer and filled with cell-free supernatants (CFS) of LAB isolates that were prepared by centrifugation of LAB cultures at 10,000 rpm for 20 min.
Nota-se ainda, que a tematica "capacidade contributiva" nas pesquisas e antiga, porer pouco expressiva, apesar do Codigo Tributario Nacional ter sido publicado em 20/10/1966 pel Lei no 5.172 e recepcionado pela Constituicao Federal de 1988.
romen as a legal and natural aid to enhance endurance, porer, and
--Trusty and welbeloued /--To /Oe Right Dere in god /--for thrifty Persons /--notable persones /--To our trusty and welbeloued / worshipful fader yn god /--our Welbeloued seruant Robert Rodyngton /--be holy Trinite /--the holy goost /--Right trusty and Welbeloued brother /--by oure holy fader /--Right worshipful and worshipful faders yn god / right trusty and welbeloued /--be porer partye /--by oure poure ligeman Iohan Bone /--late clerc of oure saide Chapelle /--almighty god /--vpon espirituel persones as temporel /--afore oure chief Iustice of oure benche /--sacred bishop /--by a poure tenant of oures [..] which compleineth hym of certein grete wronges and griefs doon vnto hym as ye may more clerely parceive by the same supplicacion.
For many people of Central America, our pattern of economic development means that the few rich get richer while the masses of the poor get porer. Our support of "democracy" means keeping in power military dictators who preserve order by killing thousands who want to save their children from starvation.