merle

(redirected from Merling)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

merle

a pattern of coat color pigmentation with dark, irregular blotches on a lighter background. Seen in some Collies and Welsh corgis. In shorthaired dogs, e.g. Great Danes and Dachshunds, the similar pattern is called dapple. The trait is sometimes associated with congenital defects such as deafness and heterochromia iridis. In the homozygous state, there are severe ocular defects and deafness.
References in periodicals archive ?
Richards's final penalty had seemed to have done the trick for his side before the Merling knockout punch in the first minute of injury time.
As the newest member of the Merling family, he brings a perspective that's less about social status than it is about the causes and rights of gay people everywhere.
Merling brings 20 years of software industry experience to Mashery.
Working with the District and the Tech Task force has been a true honor," comments Merling.
Allen 2-1-0, Taylor 2-1-0, Starks 2-0-1, Wilson 1-3-0, Langford 1-2-0, Dotson 1-1-0, Merling 1-1-0, Wake 1-0-1, Folsom 1-0-0, McDaniel 1-0-0, Walden 1-0-0, Roth 0-1-0.
The selection has been made by the Yale Center's Curator of Prints and Drawings, Scott Wilcox, and Post-doctoral Research Associate, Matthew Hargraves, in collaboration with Mitchell Merling, Paul Mellon Curator and Head of the Department of European Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Joseph Dye, says Merling "has been fabulous and is bringing an exceptional and imaginative mind to the collections.
ShareThing eliminates the time constraint by offering people an easy way to find what we need and creates an easy path to donating," said Laura Merling, Executive Director of SDForum.
Companies want to get ahead of customer expectations, offer new ways to solve challenges and differentiate from their competitors," said Laura Merling, Vice President of Business Digital Experience, AT&T.
Laura Merling, Senior Vice President, Application Enablement, at Alcatel-Lucent said: We ve reached a point where basic API exposure and management is table stakes for doing business in today s economy.
If you look at any organization that launches an API, you quickly realize that the one thing the most successful APIs have in common is a vibrant developer ecosystem," said Laura Merling, vice president of Alcatel-Lucent's global developer strategy.
Allen 3-0-0, Jones 3-0-0, Merling 3-0-0, Roth 2-0-0, Starks 2-0-0, Torbor 2-0-0, Walden 2-0-0, Ferguson 1-1-0, Porter 1-0-1, Anderson 1-0-0, Goodman 1-0-0, Langford 1-0-0, Martin 1-0-0, Holliday 0-1-0.