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black spot

[′blak ‚spät]
(plant pathology)
Any bacterial or fungal disease of plants characterized by black spots on a plant part.
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But you won't peach unless they get the black spot on me, or unless you see that Black Dog again or a seafaring man with one leg, Jim--him above all.
Elliot had embarked upon of a wire-haired terrier, white with just one black spot, belonging to an uncle of hers, which had committed suicide.
The black spots on the leaves sound like a fungal infection, so clear up fallen leaves this autumn and dispose of them in household waste.
The one I didn't clip was the one about the tiny black spots all over this person's siding, and what they can do about it.
He said that on the pinpointing of black spots the root causes would be identified and Highway department would be consulted to remove the engineering faults.
Observer Arsim Zekoli in Utrinski vesnik explains that the nature of the secret, and the reason for tabooing the black spots in history don't try to cover up the crimes in the past.
Black spots will be upgraded throughout South Australia after 14 new road projects were identified for funding.
Telecommunications black spots in rural and remote Victoria were discussed at COAG in April this year, and we agreed that the Commonwealth, States and Territories would work collaboratively with the telecommunications industry to reduce mobile phone and internet black spots, Dr Napthine said.
Other studies were on the analysis and development of speed bumps in Qatar, analysis and simulation of traffic jams and safety on Doha Expressway, prediction of traffic accidents in Qatar in 2022, analysis of the cost caused by traffic jams, and black spots in Qatar.
The results spectra are shown also in Figure 1; clear differences are shown between the spectra measured on the black spots compared to the polycarbonate matrix.
Chief Superintendent Glyn Jones' comments came after launching an initiative that will see officers being asked to reinforce traffic rules in the capital's most notorious black spots.