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The follow-up to PPDS is unthrifty piglets and difficulty in rebreeding sows.
The proposition that "Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life" and that "Lying, the telling of beautiful untrue things, is the proper aim of Art"; that "the message of Christ to man was simply 'Be thyself,'" and that "a poor man who is ungrateful, unthrifty, discontented, and rebellious is probably a real personality, and has much in him"; that "There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book.
One ND MC bearing confluent lesions all over the body was found unthrifty (Fig.
Lambs will consume enough salt in their first two weeks of life to virtually eliminate coccidia that otherwise bothers lambs by about a month old and can result in unthrifty lambs.
Some birds may simply appear unthrifty (chronic disease) or may not show any signs (chronic carrier).
do come to great wealth, insomuch that many of them are able and do buy the lands of unthrifty gentlemen, and often, setting their sons to the schools, to the universities, and to the Inns of the Court, or otherwise leaving them sufficient lands whereupon they may live without labor, do make them by these means to become gentlemen;..." (Harrison 117-18).
They were assessed for presence of small or otherwise unthrifty individuals that probably would not be selected for transplanting.
As Westmoreland enumerates the size of the rebel forces at "fifty thousand strong," the King describes Hal as "unthrifty" and expresses his dismay over his son's "support" of the Boar's Head gang, remarking precisely that it has been "full three months" since his last presence, and in a telling choice of words, hypothesizes his wish that Northumberland's son had been "exchanged" for his own (71-73).
"Some animals do not process nutrients properly and develop an unthrifty [unhealthy] coat with either flaking or greasiness," says Dr.
Unfortunately the damage done to the bird suffering such disease is usually too great and the bird either dies or becomes unthrifty and non-productive.
Debilitated and malnourished animals may continue to be unthrifty and suffer chronic anemia.
If you remove a bird, introduce a bird or a bird gets too old or unthrifty or sick to maintain his or her position in the order then you will see a shifting in the pecking order.