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On the basis of cluster analysis and AMOVA of the RAPD data, we found that genetic differences exist between isolates from annual bluegrass, creeping bentgrass, and corn.
From this analysis, the softening of the dip resin was determined to play a larger role in creeping and deforming the core than the mechanical properties of the Nomex substrate.
In a pastoral statement on Monday, the CBCP expressed opposition over plans to amend the 1987 Constitution, citing fears of a creeping dictatorship and a lack of transparency.
The presented results reveal the creep behavior of different products of adhesives, most of which were approved or qualified according to the European adhesive tests and classification requirement standards and belonging to three chemically very different adhesive families-one-component moisture curing polyurethane (PU) adhesives and emulsion polymer isocyanate (EPI) compared with the zero to marginally creeping PRF adhesives.
Look for Ground Ivy, Creeping Charlie, Creeping Jenny, Gill-over-the-ground and Robin Runaway and all are referring to the same plant -- Glecoma hederacea.
Students and teachers at the school were becoming upset by the messages, and, as Lehmann wrote on his Weblog, "we saw a creeping loss of a sense of safety" at the school.
A man crossed upstage, bent forward in a creeping walk with a woman on his back, whose legs echoed his steps in the air.
Polyethylene shows a relatively low yield strength and a high propensity to creeping [7].
My blood sugar level is in the normal range (105 to 110, 12 hours fasting), though it has been creeping up in the last few years.
and Israel, and Palestinian schoolchildren taught that Israel doesn't exist, but the insidious disease of anti- Semitism is once again creeping into the mainstream - and not just in always-on-the-fringe France.
We were surprised to see creeping fig shown in Garden Solutions ("Vertical Gardens," April, page 74).
CREEPING BENTGRASS is the predominant turfgrass species used on golf course greens and fairways in temperate climates of North America (Warnke, 2003).