moult


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molt

(mōlt),
To cast off feathers, hair, or cuticle; to undergo ecdysis.
See also: desquamate.
Synonym(s): moult
[L. muto, to change]

moult

(mōlt)
v. & n. Chiefly British
Variant of molt.

moult

(of birds, mammals, reptiles and arthropods) to shed (feathers, hair, skin and cuticle). see ECDYSIS, MOULTING HORMONE.
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Moult was the subject of a PS400,000 bid from Aberdeen in the summer which was rejected and he was also linked with a move to Rangers.
Moult, who scored both of 'Well's goals in a memorable semi-final victory over the Hoops' Old Firm rivals Rangers, including a spectacular long-range lob, was left dissatisfied having not added toIt grounded made me for my genuinely his Hampden goal tally at the weekend.
McInnes threw on Stevie May for Greg Tansey at the interval but it was Motherwell who grabbed the next goal with Moult once again doing the damage.
In another study, better feed conversion ratio / dozen eggs during post moult production period was observed in Aseel chicken (Ahmad et al.
Moulting duration was recorded by observing the silkworm from the period of settling to moult to coming out of moult.
Crustaceans expend energy at moult and the hepatopancreas functions as a major source of energy during moulting [51].
But just when it seemed the game was going nowhere Moult popped up to slot home his 21st of the season from close range after Finley's shot was parried into his path on 62 minutes.
Phil Trainer had earlier rattled the visitors' crossbar but Boro did find the net on 26 minutes when good work by Jordon Cranston saw him tee up hotshot Moult.
Llandudno Magistrates had convicted Moult, of Penrhyn Beach West, Penrhyn Bay, of failing to promptly notify the Department of Work and Pensions of a change in his condition after an operation in 2001.
The learning platform required a bit of work, but we weren't starting from scratch," Mr Moult said.
Moult, with his diverse expertise in understanding the gaps on both sides and vast knowledge on operations excellence, will steer the European operations into the next orbit of success.