full plate


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full plate

[¦fu̇l ‚plāt]
(horology)
A watch with train wheels and escapement under a single plate; only the balance is exposed.
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stranded mrna-seq, full plate (94 samples; 2 controls), hiseq 4000 150bp pe 1 lane.
This tricks your brain into thinking it's getting a full plate but the ridges hold less food.
Judging from his full plate, Tugade would seem among the most beleaguered of the members of the Duterte Cabinet.
And it is one of these in particular, full plate cathode, that has been departing the system, even as other types of nickel have been flowing in.
With A-B InBev and MillerCoors sales flat or declining, Joe Satran of Huffington Post's Full Plate decided to tease out the numbers along a future timeline.
Women Writing on Family: Tips on Writing, Teaching, and Publishing" is a collection of essays from many women and writers who talk on their lives as professionals and life, touching on their places as mothers and wives trying to push their lives forward with a full plate.
To ensure full compatibility with robotic systems the 384-well PCR plates offer a full plate skirt and high rigidity to minimize distortion before and after thermal cycling.
There's a superb piece on the work of Diane Arbus accompanied by a raft of full plate reproductions.
To ensure full compatibility with robotic systems, the 384-well plates also offer a full plate skirt and high rigidity to minimize distortion before and after thermal cycling.
One of the men at my meeting said that he only feels satisfied when he has a full plate and 'cleans it'.
It's a full plate for even the most avid history buff.
Usually the result is more sickly than eating a full plate of mince pies.