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Mase


Definition:

  • (n. & v.) See Maze.

Example Sentences:

  • (1) We present a method for selecting the smoothing parameter by minimizing an estimate of the mean average squared error (MASE).
  • (2) His surviving children are all women: Maki, by his first wife, Evelyn Mase, and Zenani and Zindzi, by his second wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela .
  • (3) An easy biochemical method is described, discriminating the beta-lacta-mases coded by various R factors.
  • (4) He also met his first wife, Evelyn Mase, a cousin of Sisulu.
  • (5) In 31 patients a symptomatic septal perforation was repaired using an inferior-turbinate flap originally described by Masing.
  • (6) His surviving children are all women: Makaziwe, by his first wife, Evelyn Mase, and Zenani and Zindzi, by his second wife, Winnie.
  • (7) Arts scene By 4Blind Mice , a visual arts collective of Christo Booth, Ryan Allan, Monde Goniwe and Mawande Mase, who paint murals in the city Facebook Twitter Pinterest The 4BlindMice collective: (from left) Monde Goniwe, Christo Booth, Mawande Mase, Ryan Allan There‚Äôs no shortage of talent in PE.
  • (8) Mandla is the grandson of Nelson Mandela's late first wife, Evelyn Mase.
  • (9) Mandela's surviving children are all women: Makaziwe, with his first wife, Evelyn Mase, and Zenani and Zindzi by his second wife, Winnie Madikizela.
  • (10) The order of potency was burimamide greater than chlorpheniramine greater than triprolidine greater than metiamide in the atrium; and burimamide greater than metiamide greater than triprolidine greater than chlorpheniramine, in the mase cells.
  • (11) In 80 per cent of our cases good functional long-term results were obtained by one rhinoplasty only which was performed according to the techniques of Cottle and Masing.

Mate


Definition:

  • (n.) The Paraguay tea, being the dried leaf of the Brazilian holly (Ilex Paraguensis). The infusion has a pleasant odor, with an agreeable bitter taste, and is much used for tea in South America.
  • (n.) Same as Checkmate.
  • (a.) See 2d Mat.
  • (v. t.) To confuse; to confound.
  • (v. t.) To checkmate.
  • (n.) One who customarily associates with another; a companion; an associate; any object which is associated or combined with a similar object.
  • (n.) Hence, specifically, a husband or wife; and among the lower animals, one of a pair associated for propagation and the care of their young.
  • (n.) A suitable companion; a match; an equal.
  • (n.) An officer in a merchant vessel ranking next below the captain. If there are more than one bearing the title, they are called, respectively, first mate, second mate, third mate, etc. In the navy, a subordinate officer or assistant; as, master's mate; surgeon's mate.
  • (v. t.) To match; to marry.
  • (v. t.) To match one's self against; to oppose as equal; to compete with.
  • (v. i.) To be or become a mate or mates, especially in sexual companionship; as, some birds mate for life; this bird will not mate with that one.

Example Sentences:

  • (1) He's Billy no-mates with a Heckler & Koch sniper-rifle, drowning in loneliness, booze and depression.
  • (2) Females were killed at various times after the onset of mating or artificial insemination, oviducts were fixed and sectioned serially, and spermatozoa were counted individually as to their location in the oviduct.
  • (3) Adult nonpregnant female rhesus monkeys fed purified diets containing 100 or 4 ppm zinc for 1 yr were mated then studied through midgestation.
  • (4) Abnormal synaptonemal complexes were seen in all 19 crosses of N. crassa and N. intermedia that were examined, including matings between standard laboratory strains, inversions, Spore killers, and strains collected from nature.
  • (5) One hundred and ninety-six herd mates without RP served as controls.
  • (6) Males exploit this behavioural switch by increasing their sneaky mating attempts.
  • (7) To this end, a meiosis-defective mating-type mutation was used as a marker for the plus segment, by taking advantage of its suppressibility by a nonsense suppressor.
  • (8) Using allozymes as the genetic probe, data are presented which show that wild Drosophila buzzatii females and males engaged in copulation mate at random.
  • (9) Nwakali, an attacking midfielder, was the player of the Under-17 World Cup in Chile last year, which Nigeria won, and at which his team-mate Chukwueze, a winger, also impressed.
  • (10) Gibbs was sent off in the first half at Stamford Bridge for handball, despite replays clearly showing it was his team-mate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who illegally deflected an Eden Hazard shot.
  • (11) Fumonisins are mycotoxins produced by strains belonging to several different mating populations of Gibberella fujikuroi (anamorphs, Fusarium section Liseola), a major pathogen of maize and sorghum worldwide.
  • (12) Transfer of the shuttle vectors from B. uniformis donors to E. coli occurred at the same frequencies when the matings were done aerobically or anaerobically.
  • (13) the does had been grazing on lucerne from the time of mating and received a free-choice lick, which included iodine.
  • (14) The present investigation examines the assortative mating coefficients for scales of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) from five separate studies.
  • (15) After irradiation by 137Cs gamma-rays at a dose of 5 Gy the males were mated to unirradiated females and genetic analysis of fertility in the F1 progeny was carried out.
  • (16) Swarming is a requisite for mating in populations of Aedes communis and Ae.
  • (17) Recombination between markers was observed in matings between phage beta and the heteroimmune corynebacteriophages gamma and L. In such matings between heteroimmune phages the c markers of phages beta and gamma failed to segregate from the imm markers which determine the specificity of lysogenic immunity in these phages.
  • (18) Labs that produce new legal highs use the simple expedient of giving them to their mates to test.
  • (19) On the basis of segregating phenotypes, the genetic potentials of these compatible nocardiae were ascertained as follows: the formation of a diploid with subsequent segregation of parental or haploid recombinant genomes or both; persistence of the diploid through many generations; continuing reassortment of genetic information by multiple matings between parental or recombinant organisms; and, very probably, second-round recombinations within the diploid.
  • (20) A test mating between two Manchester Terriers affected by Perthes' disease (PD) resulted in the birth of three affected males and two unaffected females.