smittle

smittle

(ˈsmɪtəl)
adj
(Medicine) Scot (of a disease) infectious
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"I'm not going anywhere." Debbie Smittle, a rental agent in Litchfield with whom I spoke Tuesday, was similarly disposed.
Smittle, "Instrument for non-destructive measurement of soluble solids in honeydew melons," Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers, vol.
Buschman, L.L., Whitcomb, W.H., Hemenway, R.C., Mays, D.L., Ru, N., Leppla, N.C., Smittle, B.J.
Smittle, "Evaluating sweet onion cultivars for sugar concentrations and pungency," Hortsci, vol.
hebetor regulates allocation of eggs among hosts by decreasing the number of eggs laid on a host as host density increases (Doutt, 1959; Hagstrum and Smittle, 1977).
Esta sensibilidad se ha documentado en varios informes que estudiaron las reducciones de rendimiento efectuadas por el estres hidrico (Smittle et al., 1994; Delfine et al, 2001; Antony y Singandhupe, 2004; Sezen et al., 2006).
Walt Smittle, director of Jackson County Emergency Services, led the planning of the scenario to ensure that the drill was an effective training exercise for all first responders involved.
[30] Devin Smittle and Veselin, "Indoor localization on mobile phone platforms using adaptive dead reckoning," MU Summer Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievements Forum, Jul.
Aumentos significativos na producao de melancia em funcao da adubacao potassica tambem foram observados por Zeng & Jiang (1988), Simone & Smittle (1992) e Locascio & Hochmuth (2002).
The use of modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) is a proven method to extend shelf life of fruits with differing results (Smittle, 1998; Song et al., 1992; Cameron et al, 1994; Blasing, 1993; Bounous et al., 1997).
Bobby Smittle is a rare find, and I'm proud to call that big, loud, obnoxious guy a friend.