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frost

 [frost]
a deposit resembling frozen dew or vapor.
urea frost the appearance on the skin of salt crystals left by evaporation of the sweat in urhidrosis.

frost

(frost),
A deposit resembling that of frozen vapor or dew.

Frost

(frost),
Albert D., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1889-1945. See: Frost suture.

Frost

(frost),
Wade H., U.S. epidemiologist, 1880-1938. See: Reed-Frost model.

Frost

(frost),
William A., English ophthalmologist, 1853-1935.

frost

(frost)
1. frozen dew or vapor.
2. a deposit resembling this.

urea frost  the appearance on the skin of salt crystals left by evaporation of the sweat in urhidrosis.

frost

Uremic frost, see there.

frost

(frawst)
A deposit resembling that of frozen vapor or dew.

frost

1. a deposit of frozen dew.
2. a deposit resembling frozen dew or vapor.

frost (1) studs
large-headed horseshoe nails that protrude below the horseshoe, or special studs fitted to the shoe itself, that give better grip on the ice. Called also calks, calkins, cogs.
urea frost (2)
the appearance on the skin of salt crystals left by evaporation of the sweat in urhidrosis.
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Deciding when to plant is dependent upon the first frost date of the year, as well as the particular zone you inhabit.
This covering works in two ways: it seals in the heat of the day and protects the leaves against heavy frost at night.
Eventually plants will succumb to cold and frost and the inevitable snowfall; leave these veggies in your garden.
Keep track of the frost dates you observe in your garden, and remember that the time and amount of frost can differentiate over a one-mile area.
Spinach Plant from mid-August to mid-September depending on your first frost date.
Mustard Greens Plant from mid-August to mid-September depending on your first frost date.
Turnips Plant from mid-August to beginning of September depending on your first frost date.