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moult

(US), molt
the periodic process of moulting

molt

[mōlt]
(physiology)
To shed an outer covering as part of a periodic process of growth.
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When Molter contacted Scott and asked him to run with her in the Air Force Marathon Sept.
In addition to the compositions by Molter and various other musicians directly connected to the Badish court, the remaining manuscripts in the collection are primarily by Italian, French, and German composers from between 1730 and 1780.
After visiting the island where Molter lived (her house, now the Dorothy Molter Museum, was moved to Ely), the women paddled back to die campsite for their second night in tents.
Molter, Optimal shift invariant spaces and their parseval frame generators, Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis, 23(2), 273-283, 2007.
Speaking of this achievement, Guillaume Molter, CEO and co-founder of eegoes, says: "Having SwissMedia recognize eegoes makes us very proud.
The best-fitting model ([DELTA]AIC = 0) to explain distance from the coast for Brant marked with GPS transmitters contained the explanatory variable of habitat, defined as coastal or inland molter, in the habitat*time (ht) and habitat* time*time ([ht.
P&G global director of customer business development, John Molter, warned he would be aggressively competing with discounters who would not stock his products, such as Aldi.
307 Contact: Molter Leander Greschbachstr 3b Karlsruhe, D-76229 Germany Telephone: 49-721-9621-30; Fax: 49-721-9621-333 E-mail: mail@palas.
Proton Energy Systems, Wallingford, CT, was founded in 1996 by Robert Friedland, Trent Molter, Larry Moulthrop, and Bill Smith, all formerly of United Technologies, and Chip Schroeder, who came from a utilities background at AES Corporation.
We are delighted that DARPA and NRL have chosen [PES] and its contractor team to continue this exciting project," said PES senior vice president Trent Molter.