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scouring

characterized by scour.

scouring disease
a colloquial name for secondary nutritional copper deficiency.
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The whole operation, from scouring to washing or rinsing and softening after bleaching, is carried out in one step on this machine
Then by the riverbed property, use the formula below to calculate the maximum depth after scouring.
0] is depth of uniform flow and ds is depth of local scouring at the bridge pier without slot) in the cylindrical piers.
Berg has no references to any foam dust scouring or explosion chamber testing on these comments.
In the afternoon, students visited Haworth Scouring Company to see the next stage of the process where the wool is washed and scoured before being processed into a number of various woollen-based products - from carpets, rugs, soft furnishings to cloth and insulation.
BILL KENWRIGHT has been scouring the planet "24/7" for years, trying to unearth a rich benefactor to buy Everton Football Club.
Kevin Kershaw, 21, and 26-year-old Egyptian Attia Shaban were discovered within hours of each other by divers scouring the rocky seabed beside the wreck of the Tit Bonhomme on Adam's Island in Cork.
The main problem in scouring calves is loss of body fluid leading to electrolytes imbalance therefore the primary treatment must be aimed at restoring the water and electrolyte balance (http://www.
Not only do you have to deal with the scouring as soon as possible, but you also have to deal with the imbalance in the animal's system, and also find out why they are scouring.
Summary: Jennifer Lopez has been scouring Peru for talented Latino performers for her new reality TV show Q'Viva.
University of Western Australia Oceans Institute researcher, Dr Dan Smale, spent several years studying ice scouring in shallow Antarctic waters.