proo


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proo

(pruː)
interj
informal Yorkshire and Scot (to a horse) stop!
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The results of the present study prove that the developed methods reported in preceding studies can be good option for more rapid and accurate determination of PROO adulteration in EVOO.
The RICOH ProO C900 series, the fastest engine of its class at a speed of 90 color pages per minute (ppm), is evidence of Ricoh's state-of-the-art technology.
After all, it is, as he himself freely admits, beyond proo f.
The pleiotropic nature of experimentally induced aging of the oocyte in animals before mid-cycle [i.e., preovulatory overripeness ovopathy (PrOO)] depends on molecular, biochemical, and physiologic processes in the nuclear and cytoplasm constituents (13-15).
If tangible proo f of return of investment is not actually demonstrated after purchase, the vendor could well find that initial promise coming under the scrutiny of a legal court.
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Studies related to feeding preferences and feeding behavior, mainly with red and brown algae, have also been undertaken in many regions and countries (Shepherd & Steinberg 1992, Tahil & Juinio Menez 1999, Day & Branch 2002, Guzman del Proo et al.
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The red abalone is naturally distributed along the east coast of the Pacific Ocean from Sunset Bay, Oregon USA to El Rosario Baja California, Mexico (Guzman del Proo, 1992) between the intertidal zone and down to a depth of 20 m (Cox, 1962).