(v. i.) To bend the neck; to bow or duck the head.
(n.) The neck of a bird.
(v. i.) To perch on anything, as birds do.
(1) A play later McCoy jukes all of us out of the room, moving through the middle of the Dallas D for 17 yards.
(2) The results are in accordance with those from the simulation study, showing that Jukes and Cantor's model is as useful as a more complicated one for making inferences about molecular phylogeny of the viruses.
(3) The ML tree estimation based on Jukes and Cantor's model is also revealed to be resistant to GC content, but rather sensitive to the ratio of transitions to transversions.
(4) While they see the parallels with Serial, Jukes argues “I feel more like I’m a modern historian than an investigator.” Years after the murder, Southern Investigations would become the “cradle of the dark arts”, as Guardian journalist Nick Davies has described them.
(5) Last year, the plant hit a production record when 480,000 vehicles rolled out of the facility, where the Qashqai, Juke and Note brands are made.
(6) This steelworks is Britain’s biggest, accounting for about one third of the country’s total annual production: every Heinz food tin sold in the UK, every roof for the Nissan Juke car and every new 1p and 2p coin (plated in copper) is made from Port Talbot steel.
(7) It’s a story about the biggest cover-up in the history of British police, and how they got away with it.” Jukes is talking about his new podcast Untold, which probes the brutal murder of private eye Daniel Morgan in the car park of a south London pub in 1987 – and the three decades of intrigue that followed it.
(8) The values of the mean relative probabilities of transversions and transitions have been refined on the basis of the data collected by Jukes and found to be equal to 0.34 and 0.66, respectively.
(9) In episode six, there will be a shocking connection between Morgan’s murder and another, more recent violent death after which “the picture will become much clearer,” says Jukes.
(10) Application of Jukes-Cantor correction to singlet mismatch counts worsened the results.
(11) It was only a minor hit, but Black’s loud, infectious laugh when she appeared as the mystery guest on Juke Box Jury impressed reviewers, a sign of things to come.
(12) It was a natural progression when he took over Juke Box Jury, chairing a celebrity panel as they assessed likely chart hits – hailed with a hotel reception bell – or misses – dismissed with a hooter.
(13) 6, 301-316) turn out in the Jukes-Cantor case to be simple tests of symmetry of the substitution model, and not phylogenetic invariants.
(14) Every Heinz food tin sold in the UK, every roof for the Nissan Juke car and every new 1p and 2p coin was made from Port Talbot steel (with the coins plated in copper).
(15) He is convinced that “we’re only scratching the surface,” and has shared his full findings about the case with Jukes.
(16) It’s like Gladiator – Alastair now has the people on his side.” Met police hindered inquiry into private eye’s death, says victim’s brother Read more Until three years ago, Jukes had not heard of the case.
(17) It’s not so much about getting the case reopened,” says Jukes.
(18) In the test a Nissan-Juke owning 40-year-old data analyst living in Gloucestershire with a full no-claims bonus was initially quoted £202.98.
(19) Other major early nutrition scientists in California included Ruth Okey, H. M. Evans, H. S. Olcott, S. Lepkovsky, H. J. Almquist, T. H. Jukes, and E. L. R. Stokstad.
(20) The relation suggested by Hey, Lloyd, Cunningham, Jukes & Bolton (1966) over range 2 was not confirmed.5.