(n.) That upper stratum of earth and vegetable mold which is filled with the roots of grass and other small plants, so as to adhere and form a kind of mat; sward; sod.
(n.) Peat, especially when prepared for fuel. See Peat.
(n.) Race course; horse racing; -- preceded by the.
(v. t.) To cover with turf or sod; as, to turf a bank, of the border of a terrace.
(1) Total body dose of 2,4-D was determined in 10 volunteers following exposure to sprayed turf 1 hour following application and in 10 volunteers exposed 24 hours following application.
(2) Eighty-three percent reported their initial injury on artificial turf (P less than 0.05).
(3) But to leave with the result 1-0, I don’t believe too much that he can play.” Mourinho had actually walked on to the turf while his players celebrated their opening goal to stamp in some of the divots.
(4) José Mourinho ended this breathless contest on his knees with a sliding, turf-surfing celebration that was fuelled by relief as much as joy.
(5) But even so, EA’s latest football offering promises a Yaya Toure-strong accompaniment to the greatest show on turf.
(6) Visit Narvik (as above) is great for finding budget accommodation ranging from eco-hotels, such as turf-roofed Fjellkysten eco-lodge (doubles from £94 room only, ), to traditional Sami camps such as Pippira Siida (cabin for two from £33, ).
(7) Instead, having already gestured to the crowd after shooting wide, the 19-year-old threw his jersey to the turf and marched angrily towards the tunnel at full-time.
(8) Southampton must be optimistic for the rest of the season too, after nervelessly outplaying Liverpool on their own turf.
(9) The southern stretch of London Road, a down-at-heel strip containing pound shops and amusement arcades, became the gang’s turf.
(10) Back on home turf, Chelsea fans condemn club’s Paris racism shame Read more Burnley continued to pose problems but were kept mostly at arm’s length by Chelsea.
(11) Southampton 3-0 Vitesse | Europa League third qualifying round match report Read more Even more damagingly for West Ham, they lost Enner Valencia to a potentially nasty knee injury in the first half after he caught his leg in the turf.
(12) His players paraded the Europa League trophy on the pitch after securing third place here, both achievements that would normally merit acclaim, but the interim manager remained inside while his coaching staff joined the joyous throng out on the turf.
(13) A sense of a common enemy, a common cause, brought members of gangs from different territories – gangs partly defined by their defence of territory and hostility to those from other turfs – to co-operate for as long as the disturbances lasted.
(14) While the player will earn around £1.5m per season at Turf Moor – his biggest ever salary – Jazira offered markedly more.
(15) She’s keen on promoting bike culture and, once she’s ridden to work at the museum, the bike sits idle on prime tourist turf for the rest of the day.
(16) The bodies of 23 people have been found hanging from a bridge or decapitated and dumped near city hall in the Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo, where drug cartels are fighting a bloody and escalating turf war.
(17) At full-time, he crouched on to his haunches and stared blankly at the turf.
(18) Amid the duck islands and dodgy mortgages, the turfing out of rogues might have been expected to top the wish list.
(19) In last Saturday’s 2-0 win over Liverpool at Turf Moor he made a bright start, creating Andre Gray’s second.
(20) In the end the Chelsea players who had hoped to conquer the world were left slumped on the turf as the Brazilian drums pounded and the raucous hordes of Corinthians supporters bellowed their celebration into the night sky.
(n.) To cut the turf from, as for burning.
(n.) The salted stomach of a calf, used in making cheese; a rennet bag.
(1) The CPS, which has endured cuts of 27.5% in its budget under the coalition government, is already reviewing failed high-profile prosecutions such as those of the actors Michael Le Vell and Bill Roache as well as Evans.
(2) Bacillus subtilis 430A, isolated from the Vernonia herbacea (Vell Rusby) rhizosphere, produced an exocellular inulinase that fits the requirements for the production of syrups on an industrial scale.
(3) A trypsin inhibitor was isolated as a homogenous protein from the seeds of guapuruvu-tree (Schizolobium parahyba (Vell.)
(4) Inevitably, again, in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal, attention has turned to the failed prosecutions of a series of celebrities including Coronation Street actors William Roache , Michael Le Vell and Andrew Lancel.
(5) In this paper we present the healing of 100 patients with chronic cervicitis and cervico-vaginitis by the antiinflammatory effect of hidroalcoolic extract of Schinus aroeira Vell.
(6) The CPS is under pressure after a string of unsuccessful cases involving sexual assault and rape allegations against public figures, including Evans, Bill Roache and Michael Le Vell .
(7) Bisnordihydrotoxiferine, a dimeric tertiary indole alkaloid obtained from the root bark of Strychnos trinervis (Vell.)
(8) Average activity recovered from fetal vells at the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th mo of development represented 2, 7, 12, and 31% of the activity per vell, and 8, 14, 22, and 38% of the activity per unit vell weight, of that recovered from high quality calf vells.
(9) When an average of one cell per well was introduced, the portion of vells with single clones for hybridomas of various origins ranged from 5.4% to 37.5%.
(10) Abomasa (vells) were removed from 30 fetal calves at each of the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th mo of development.
(11) The most talked about storylines involve the actors rather than the characters they play: Coronation Street's William Roache , who faces charges of rape, and Michael Le Vell , who has been acquitted of rape charges, not to mention Chris Fountain's outing as a misogynist amateur rapper on YouTube.