(1) A comparative study was performed for isoelectric and electrophoretic spectra blood serum albumin of parental breeds of chickens and their heterosis hybrids --broiler cocks.
(2) Lastly, I'll offer just one example of cock-eyed methodology.
(3) The Peppers like to be jerks (at Dingwalls Swan dedicated a song to “all you whiney Britishers who can suck my American cock”), but don’t let the surface attitude fool you.
(4) A small membranous sheet of the perivitelline layer (PL) isolated from freshly ovulated ova was incubated with cock spermatozoa, and morphological changes of PL and percentage of spermatozoa lacking acrosomes were observed during incubation.
(5) The fibrinolytic response of mature and immature cocks was comparable to that of the immature hens.
(6) All of which is knocked into a cocked one by the achievements of Martin O'Neill's Celtic.
(7) "Sorry to leave it in such a mess, old cock", was the parting shot from the Conservative chancellor.
(8) This temperature probably represents the thermoneutral temperature (TNT) of the cock.
(9) This year though, the annual fest of tit tape, weepy self-congratulation and sheer star power will be remembered for more than a frock faux pas: there was a serious cock-up .
(10) In heterospermic tests, cocks with distinguishable offspring were paired and semen was mixed within pairs.
(11) Obama doesn't have much to say, and neither does Mitt Romney but after that Libya cock-up his brain is mush and he starts going on about two parent families – what?
(12) "We desperately need donors… These people have lost so much, but they still could lose more," said Jane Cocking of Oxfam.
(13) When the acquisition was announced, Google spokespeople were cock-a-hoop, and with good reason: the guys who founded DeepMind are among the best in a very competitive field.
(14) In a cock-up of Olympic proportions, the iCloud password was reset by Farook’s employers (the owners of the phone) with the explicit consent of the FBI.
(15) He often seems mysteriously amused, cocking an eyebrow and pulling a coy, wouldn’t-you-like-to-know smirk, but he likes to laugh out loud, too.
(16) Thyroidectomy and thyroxine supplements in thyroidectomized birds failed to influence plasma corticosterone and, apart from cock, transcortine levels.
(17) Heparin has been found to stimulate or suppress the priming activity of a protein antigen (cock muscle phosphorylase-b) in mice depending on the various parameters (the dose of antigen, timing of administration, etc.).
(18) The differences were seen during the late cocking and acceleration phases, which place the greatest stress on the medial collateral ligament.
(19) The present work aims to find a biochemical criterion for evaluating the evolution of sperm according to age through the study of the ATPase activity from the spermatozoa and the acid phosphatase from the seminal plasma of cocks from three different breeds.
(20) In Experiment 2, five pens of 30 Arbor Acres and 3 cocks each were assigned to feeding times of 0830, 1130, 1430, and 1730 h. Eggs were collected hourly from 0700 to 1600 for Days 6 through 10 of a 10-day treatment period.
() of Drink
(p. p.) of Drink
(a.) Intoxicated with, or as with, strong drink; inebriated; drunken; -- never used attributively, but always predicatively; as, the man is drunk (not, a drunk man).
(a.) Drenched or saturated with moisture or liquid.
(n.) A drunken condition; a spree.
(1) I haven't had to face anyone like the man who threatened to call the police when he decided his card had been cloned after sharing three bottles of wine with his wife, or the drunk woman who became violent and announced that she was a solicitor who was going to get this fucking place shut down – two customers Andrew had to deal with on the same night.
(2) The major part of water was drunk during feeding time.
(3) The leadership of 212 chapters of an organization called Mothers Against Drunk Driving was surveyed to obtain data on chapter emphasis, satisfaction, future involvement and perception of most effective countermeasures.
(4) We hope that the court of appeal in reaching its judgment understands that consent cannot happen when a woman is too drunk to consent.
(5) Big Red football parties had a reputation for being wildly drunk.
(6) "I would stand there and watch him every night, unless I was too drunk that I couldn't stand.
(7) A DWI conviction may also stimulate the drunk driver to seek treatment for alcoholism.
(8) Alcohol campaigns largely target younger women, yet the risk of breast cancer – which peaks in the 60-64 age group – increases by about 7% for every unit drunk per day.
(9) Tory toffs repelling undesirable immigrants, providing better schools, using welfare reform as a pathway to work, clearing vandals, yobs and drunks from the streets and standing up to our masters in Brussels would be very popular, and the word would soon be forgotten.
(10) But living in modern Britain feels like being one of a family of anxious, squabbling children whose parents have abandoned us to get drunk at the casino.
(11) There is a half-drunk glass of white wine abandoned on the coffee table at his Queensferry home - the Browns had friends around for dinner the previous night - and a stack of children's books and board games piled lopsidedly under a Christmas tree now shedding needles with abandon.
(12) No one would deny that Thomas drank too much or that he could be a troublesome drunk.
(13) Thirty-one males (17%) and 18 females (9%) reported getting drunk at least twice a month and having five or more drinks on each drinking occasion.
(14) Student days and getting drunk, our worst dates, how close we are to our parents, sausages, setting up Lindy Hop dance classes for gay people.
(15) "But I've never been drunk in my life," she says, to clarify).
(16) But Micheline Mwendike, 29, likened the concert to getting drunk to escape problems.
(17) My mum thought it was a bad idea, because the chefs were nuts, always drunk.
(18) "When beer is cheaper than water, it's just too easy for people to get drunk on cheap alcohol at home before they even set foot in the pub," the PM wrote in the foreword.
(19) Only recall of wine, the least frequently drunk beverage, was more highly correlated with current than with original consumption.
(20) Blood glucose remained unchanged during and after exercise when E was drunk.