copper spot

copper spot

[′käp·ər ‚spät]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of lawn grasses caused by Gloeocercospora sorghi and marked by coppery-red areas.
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There is a copper spot test that has been used to test for holidays in coatings and, occasionally, for porosity and discontinuities in pretreatments.
At the current copper spot price it would not have been optimal to start investing.
If the conference can't fill the Copper spot, the Tucson-based bowl might gobble up a Pac-10 entry.
The Copper spot price on the Shanghai Futures Exchange closed at 65,660 Yuan ($8,658) a metric ton last Friday, near previous high levels.
For example, the price-performance ratio of the copper conductor used in underground power transmission cables (using current copper spot prices of over $2.
EVERY TV detective drama has that spinetingling moment when a rookie copper spots the prime suspect on CCTV footage and yer man is in handcuffs before the adverts roll.