black ring

black ring

[′blak ‚riŋ]
(plant pathology)
A virus disease of cabbage and other members of the family Cruciferae characterized by dark necrotic and often sunken rings on the surface of the leaf.
A virus disease of the tomato characterized in the early stage by small black rings on young leaves.
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I observed, however, that he was a "Keshla" or ringed man; that is, he wore on his head the black ring, made of a species of gum polished with fat and worked up in the hair, which is usually assumed by Zulus on attaining a certain age or dignity.
She was perceptibly thinner, and there were black rings under her eyes.
Homebase sell black ring curtains 90in x 90in at only pounds 49.
Junaid Khalifa, aged 17, was in the team which produced Jawbreakers, made using a black ring binder and rolled up cardboard.
GET out your calendars and put a big black ring around October 27.
The bird is described as about 18 inches long, with a black ring around its neck, red patches on its wings and a big red beak.
First coxae brown, others yellowish; legs yellowish first, second and fourth femora with proximal black ring and distal gray band; tibiae with an anterior diagonal black stripe (Fig.
After application, my lashes looked thick and long, but by the end of a one-hour class, there was none left on my lashes, just a black ring under my eyes.
Forest Simon, 24, chopped off his left middle finger and sent it to the stunned hairstylist in a black ring box.
The UFO hunter spoke to the Huffington Post and discussed another possibility for the black ring.
99, Jane Norman Black beads, pounds 6, Claire's Accessories Black cross, pounds 7, New Look Black ring, pounds 6, New Look Beaded belt, pounds 2, Primark Sandals, pounds 30, Barratts
This is where you trade in the black ring on your entrance ticket - actually a souvenir paperweight - for a pint of .