(v. i. & t.) To cry or shout; hence, to sell by auction.
(n.) An outcry; hence, a sale of gods by auction.
(n.) A disease in poultry. See Pip.
(1) Hungary re-rouped to great effect, Czibor moving inside to take Puskas' role, but when the team eventually reached the final, in Berne, Puskas insisted he should play.
(2) Patency of the vasa was confirmed by asogram in both g roups.
(3) The intensity of neuromusclar blockade of the forearm muscles after AH 8165 was similar in the two groups, and there was no significant difference in recovery rates; roup I patients were 80 per cent recovered in 36.6 min, group II patinets in 47.3 min.
(4) The type III polysaccharide of -roup B Streptococcus has been isolated and purified by a method that employs washing of intact cells at neutral pH.
(5) Salmonella poona (roup G) was isolated in 154 patients: 122 in stool cultures, 23 in blood cultures and 9 in meningitis; out of the latter, 6 were newborns under 2 months of age.
(6) A control roup of 153 Portuguese residents in Mozambique have also been phenotyped.