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troch

Abbreviation for trochiscus.

troch

An obsolete term for a lozenge, see there.

troche

, troch (tro'ke) (trok') [Gr. trokhiskos, a small wheel]
A solid, discoid, or cylindrical mass consisting chiefly of medicinal powder, sugar, and mucilage. Troches are used by placing them in the mouth and allowing them to remain until, through slow solution or disintegration, their mild medication is released.
Synonym: lozenge
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Candidate (iii) had stress on the last syllable; therefore, it was rejected by TROCH.
The interactions of water and organisms living in and on the ground are what sustains life on Earth," Troch adds, explaining that minerals in the soil release nutrients, which then are transported in water and changed by microbes until plants extract them and turn them into biomass.
De Troch M, van Gansbeke MD, Vincx M (2006) Resource availability and meiofauna in sediments of tropical seagrass beds: Local versus global trends.
Steve Troch commented, "Everyone at BGE was very pleased with the final result.
Summary: The Belgian battalion of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) is playing an important humanitarian and developmental role in its area of operation, in addition to its main peacekeeping role which consists of implementing UN Resolution 1701, Commander Mike Troch told The Daily Star on Thursday.
Information on meiofaunal communities in seagrass meadows is scarce when compared to other shallow tropical habitats or to the macrofauna from the same type of habitat (De Troch et al.
DSL states that troch is an alternative Scots form for English trough.
But judge Freddy Troch told Sokoli: "People like you are always looking to exploit the legislation of other lands.
Judge Freddy Troch said Sokoli led a group of 'ruthless people' who did not just provide transport for those illegal immigrants seeking it, but 'actively recruited illegals' by infiltrating refugee centres to drum up business.