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tethering

Binding or attachment, e.g., of white blood cells as they migrate through tissues.
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It said the low price of horses, combined with tethering on public land, created "a repetitive cycle of acquisition, tethering, neglect and abandonment".
For clarity, several factors are represented as uppercase letter codes: adult SOURCE (FE or GB), tethering FORCE (N), flume FLOW (Low, Medium, High), developmental STAGE (Early, Middle, Late), and DAY (day of egg mass deposition since adults were placed in flumes at the start of the experiment).
Apart from interest in study of tethering as a production practice, tethered animals might serve as a model for ones with unrestricted movement.
Communities are really looking at this chaining and tethering issue as something that they've got to address,'' she said.
The usual treatment for spinal-cord cysts and tethering is surgery to release the scar tissue around the cord to help restore the normal motion and elasticity.
The charity has issued recommendations for people who insist on tethering animals to adhere to, including making sure the creature has fresh water, is fed and is checked at least twice a day.
If your DSL, Cable or T1 line ever fails you can use the Nexaira BCII router with iPhone tethering as your backup plan.
There's a WiFi icon in the menu bar of Mac devices that connects and controls the iPhone's mobile tethering switch
Inspector Simon Davies, who was called to the field on April 12, said that although tethering wasn't illegal, it caused suffering to equines.
The charity is calling for existing animal welfare legislation to be tightened up to prevent suffering from tethering.
Using Tethering to Design Interleukin-2-Receptor Antagonists