(n.) Barking; baying of dogs upon their prey. See Bay.
(1) Biomphalaria pfeifferi snail density peaked towards the end of the rainy season (September) in Lake Tana and around the middle of the dry season (January) on the shore of the River Abay.
(2) Panteleyeva was one of 15,000 Russians that took to the streets of Moscow on Sunday for a march in support of the camp, nicknamed Occupy Abay after the statue of a 19th-century Kazakh poet that is the anchor of the sit-in.
(3) The opposition leader Alexey Navalny, who helped launch the Occupy Abay movement, remains in jail on a 15-day sentence for disobeying police.
(v. t. & i.) Alt. of Abye
(1) The ABI figures revealed that the best annuity for someone who is a heavy smoker and has severely impaired health was at Prudential, which paid out 46% more than the worst, from Friends Life.
(2) While it has been possible to readily produce large numbers of such templates from M13 or other single-stranded vectors for several years, the sequencing of double-stranded DNA templates using the ABI 373 DNA Sequencer has had a considerably lower success rate.
(3) Postoperative APR improved to 86.3 millimeters of mercury and ABI to 0.63 (p less than 0.05).
(4) And I would make sure that any news report included critics of his language.” We need to talk about the online radicalisation of young, white men | Abi Wilkinson Read more Damien McGuinness, a BBC Berlin correspondent, observes that Germany’s media, reconstructed after the war with a strong “moral component”, is struggling with the same journalistic challenge.
(5) By contrast, resting ABI measurements alone are unable to identify reliably a failing graft; they are useful primarily for confirming technical adequacy and relief of ischemia.
(6) This stress-related accumulation of the rab18 mRNA is markedly decreased in the ABA-synthesis mutant aba-1, the ABA-response mutant abi-1 or in wild-type plants treated with the carotenoid synthesis inhibitor, fluridone.
(7) The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is proposing that all homes continue to be covered, but with a cap on the annual premium they would pay.
(8) Molecular genetic analysis of PALL-I cells revealed neither bcr rearrangement nor 8.5-kb abI-related mRNA that is characteristically seen in Ph1-positive chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML).
(9) Huw Evans, deputy director general at the ABI, said: "The review of the Riot Damages Act is overdue, but government proposals to drastically cut back compensation are at odds with its intention to retain the principle that the state is responsible for the costs of riot damage, that has proved its worth for taxpayers for over 100 years.
(10) Bound CGP-ABY was cleared first from the tips of the projections and subsequently from the entire pseudopod surface.
(11) Tonight, Abi Alton has to pretend to be Sammy Davis Jr. Next week, Abi Alton has to sing next to an out-of-control pneumatic drill.
(12) The induction by ABA is abolished in the ABA-insensitive mutant abi-1 indicating that the abi-1 mutation defines a component in the ABA response pathway.
(13) In the alternative (ABI-constant) method, intensity at the two ears was varied symmetrically about a constant base intensity, in a manner roughly approximating the pattern of changes that occur when a free-field stimulus is moved in azimuth from the median sagittal plane.
(14) The genetic determinant for abortive infection of bacteriophage (Abi) from the lactococcal plasmid pCI829 was cloned on a 6.2 kb StuI fragment in Escherichia coli using the shuttle vector pSA3.
(15) DSA and routine assessment of graft flow velocity (GFV) and ankle pressure indices (ABI) during the first postoperative year.
(16) The ABI also issued an amber alert on Barclays last year when one in 10 investors failed to support the remuneration report at an annual meeting, when private shareholders hit out against the pay deals.
(17) On the eve of the third anniversary of the outbreak of rioting in Tottenham , north London, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said that had the planned changes to compensation been in place in 2011 only £1 would have been paid out for every £10 worth of damage.
(18) Eighty-six femoropopliteal bypass operations were performed for ischemic ulceration, gangrene or rest pain in 77 patients whose mean preoperative ABI was 0.35.
(19) ABI exhibited the highest IL-6, and the cytokine level was lower in RAS, PMC, HGS and OLP in this order.
(20) Plasma C3d levels and iC3b in asthmatic patients were both comparable to those observed in normal controls, whereas patients with ABI had significantly higher iC3b levels than both other groups.