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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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and Trichoconus padwickii are generally isolated in higher frequencies from rice grains on blotter plates.
com e sem endocarpo, submetidas ao metodo de Blotter e meio Batata-dextrose-agar.
Abbreviations: AOSA, Association of Official Seed Analysts; BB, between blotters; CFIA, Canadian Food Inspection Agency; GA, Gibberellic acid; ISTA, International Seed Testing Association; KER, Kernen Crop Research Farm; SF, Seed Research Farm; TB, top of blotters.
The Charleston City Paper's "Blotter" has even changed how its writer, Bill Davis, introduces himself at parties: "If I say I'm assistant editor of City Paper, and that doesn't get a number of 'oohs' and 'ahhs,' I say, 'Oh, yeah, and I write 'The Blotter.
The film is set in Berlin's spring-blooming Tiergarten; its only props are a playing card, a clothespin, a vintage German bicycle, a thermos, and last but not least, a blotter of lysergic acid diethylamide, which Graham casually drops on his tongue while reposing on a rock.
Noting that local jurisdictions could refuse to release police blotter information altogether, the court said that a restriction on commercial use was acceptable.
At the time, Edward Moore Kennedy's only public record was on the blotter of the Virginia State Police, who issued speeding tickets to the University of Virginia Law School student.
With each filter blotter type that was studied, the absorbance ratio of the WT reaction to the mutant reaction in normal samples was significantly higher (Mann-Whitney U-test, P <0.
The collectables, including a walnut mounted desk blotter and matching cigarette lighter, were discovered among a treasure trove of items gathering dust in a shed.
I found the (superstar's) name on a police blotter and decided to let someone else worry about him for the next four years.
Sandwich the flowers or leaves between two pieces of blotter paper set between pieces of corrugated cardboard in a flower press.
Mary Ann Blotter and Richard Ruth are two professional psychotherapists who along with their colleagues have written a sensitive and thought provoking book that represents a major milestone in the psychological study of disability.