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To speed up monitoring efforts, Prom and his colleagues evaluated 4 techniques for screening sorghum for head smut resistance using 32 isolates of the pathogen collected from different parts of Texas.
According to a factsheet by Cornell University's Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic, maize smut is now present in nearly all countries where maize is grown.
Although Bill Margold "Katie June" and Luke Ford live of smut they are not reduced to moustache-twirling misogynists, wretched sex slaves or harlots desperately seeking feminist redemption.
Child molesting, prostitution,and sexual assault are legal concerns, but whether a couple's right to watch smut on its own VCR is a danger to society is an emotional issue that has found its way into the political arena.
Bunts/Smuts: Bunt; Stinking bunt; Dwarf bunt; Karnal bunt; Loose smut; Semi-loose smut; Black loose smut; False loose smut; Covered smut
DAVID Cameron put the need to protect our children from greedy firms and adult smut at the heart of his pitch for voters' trust.
This leaves Elsie (Daniels) to fog-horn her way through the sort of luke-warm smut that fashioned the seaside post cards of old, and turned gaslight TV entertainer Dick Emery into a millionaire.
It is, in large parts - some of those parts being very large indeed - nothing but smut and, when taken to the lowest common denominator, the 112-page hardback tome is a veritable mountain of muck.
On Labor Day weekend 46 years ago, Massachusetts state troopers arrested Newton Arvin, a noted professor of American literature at Smith College, along with 14 others, as part of a purported "homosexual smut ring," as newspapers of the era called it.
The Justice Department apparently hopes to use the search engine records to establish that parental control filters aren't able to handle the smut glut that lies a mere "I'm Feeling Lucky" click away.
Entertainment ``reporter'' Amy Kean, hoping to replace Ann Coulter when she gets too long in the tooth, denounced TV programming, without offering specific examples, as ``absolute smut.