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blotter

Drug slang
A regional term for LSD, less commonly for cocaine, soaked into blotting paper.
 
Molecular biology
A person who performs Southern, Northern or Western blots.
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Two blotter items published in northern New York earlier this year, when the roads were awash in salt and slush, show how desperately we cling to such policies.
Isolation of seed-borne fungi has been carried out by different groups on the both standard agar and blotter plate method as described by ISTA and Rice Seed Health Testing Manual by IRRI.
Ahlstrom grade 989 blotter paper can be purchased from Advanced Filtration from Ahlstrom Barcelona s.a.u., Spain.
O delineamento inteiramente casualizado foi empregado com 10 repeticoes de 10 sementes por parcela, em esquema fatorial 2 x 2 (sementes com e sem endocarpo, submetidas aos metodos blotter test e BDA).
Glo-Mold is said to absorb dirt onto its surface in much the same fashion as a blotter absorbs water.
She used to leave correspondence and notes on the blotter on his desk."
Thanks to the postwar triumph of the ballpoint pen, the golden age of the blotter soon passed.
I hope you enjoy--well, that's not quite the word--this blotter.
Products include the Original Cleaning Cloth, PowerPad, Auto/Marine Cloth, Sports/Outdoor Cleaning Cloth, Super-Absorbent Drying Towel, MysticMop, Cloud Duster Mop, and Grease Blotter.
With its crime coverage, RedEye is part of a larger phenomenon: the revival of the police blotter by youth-oriented and alternative papers.
This will be used as a blotter to absorb extra water/paint and keep their area clean: This paper should stay at their desk as they come to the sink with their map.
It may be distributed in breath-mint vials, treated sugar cubes, gel wafers called "windowpanes," pills, or decorated blotter paper that is chewed or swallowed.