(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.
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(1) So is the mock courtroom promising “justice and fairness”.
(2) Infants were habituated to models posing either prototypically positive displays (e.g., happy expressions) or positive expression blends (e.g., mock surprise).
(3) It’s going to affect everybody.” The six songs from Rebel Heart released thus far do not shy away from controversy: one, Illuminati, mocks the various conspiracy theories on the internet that implicate a variety of entertainers – including Jay-Z and Lady Gaga – in membership of a shadowy ruling elite.
(4) The method correlated well with a radio-enzymatic assay for mock unknown sera (r = 0.981).
(5) Uptake of 1-beta-D-arabinofuranosyl-E-5-(2-bromovinyl)uracil (BV-araU) into herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1)- and 2 (HSV-2)-infected cells was elevated about 190 to 40 times, compared with that into mock-infected human embryo lung fibroblast cells.
(6) Arsenal had the game in their pocket and the Welshman was having such a nightmare - he missed the target with a far-post volley in the second half - that the Arsenal fans were mocking him with chants of 'Give it to Giggsy'.
(7) A series of experiments performed with the two immuneprecipitation techniques, reducing or nonreducing electrophoretic conditions, and addition of preformed mock BA-1 immuneprecipitate to BA-1-Sepharose immuneprecipitates convincingly demonstrated that the previously described 55 and 65 kilodalton components were artifacts caused by co-migration of CD24 with IgG and IgM heavy chains, respectively.
(8) His stencils, skewed perspective and wit are recognizable enough to be mocked in the New Yorker .
(9) It may have been like punk never ‘appened, but you caught a whiff of the movement’s scorched earth puritanism in the mocking disdain with which Smash Hits addressed rock-star hedonism.
(10) Social media has seized on the story, turning the Eastern Washington University’s professor of African studies into a figure vilified and mocked for cultural appropriation in the midst of fraught debates over transgender identity and police shootings of black people.
(11) Another was a mock-up of a speeding ticket for Mr G Bale, Campeón de Copa, for overtaking recklessly, crossing a continuous white line.
(12) This is a chancellor who has produced a budget for hedge fund managers more than for small businesses.” Corbyn made a point of mocking some of the chancellor’s grand rhetoric of recent years.
(13) During Nicolas Sarkozy's unsuccessful 2012 re-election campaign she was mocked for not knowing the price of an underground train ticket (she said €4 instead of €1.70).
(14) But he mocked Mitchell when he told the BBC Sunday Politics: "He's never used it in my presence, but then again I'm very proud myself to be a pleb."
(15) We evaluated the stroke work developed by these SMVs at afterloads of 30 mm Hg and 80 mm Hg in vivo, using a mock circulation device.
(16) But it accused South Park of having mocked the prophet, and cited Islamic scholars who ruled that "whoever curses the messenger of Allah must be killed".
(17) The Iraqi government needs to “mock and disprove” Islamic State’s online propaganda more effectively and more quickly Malcolm Turnbull has told an elite audience in Washington, saying he will raise the problem when he meets US president Barack Obama.
(18) But that aside, I have to disagree with what, I think, is Mr Hitchens' point about fashion: that in order to prevent disasters such as 70s style returning, we should always dress with one eye on how future generations will mock us.
(19) On STFU, Parents , a blog that "mocks examples of parental overshare", photographs of a child's vomit ("This is what I had to clear up today!")
(20) Their story involves a fraudster who posed as their builder, set up a copycat email address and even managed to mock up an incredibly realistic fake invoice.