PATCHY


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PATCHY

A Fortran code management program written at CERN.
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Patchy Pat is the class doll made my Jimmy's teacher and, this weekend, it's Jimmy's turn to look after him.
Southwell Standard; Dry with some late sunshine but also patchy cloud.
It was likely to recommend a shake-up of lessons to combat concerns current teaching of the subject is too patchy.
After a patchy start the Villagers are unbeaten in three games and in midweek held high-flying Easington to a 2-2 draw.
PROSTATE cancer services remain patchy after four years of NHS guidelines intended to ensure equal access to good treatment, says campaign group Prostate Cancer Charter for Action.
The disease - which Jackson claims is the reason he is now white - is a pigmentation disorder which leaves thousands around the world with patchy skin.
Reports in the 1970s that New Guinea belonged in this group were criticized for relying on patchy remains and uncertain dates from an excavation of a swampy highland site called Kuk.
Tonight's episode promises a famously ``lost episode,'' but, as with a previous special or two, it's simply one new cartoon padded to an entire episode's length with some frantic, not terribly funny live material featuring the pirate Patchy (Tom Kenny, who's also the voice of SpongeBob), the president of Mr.
Feedback guitars, fuzzy vocals and patchy production predominate, but in Awake and As Sure As The Sun, the band boasts a couple of songs that build from deceptive calm with frightening intensity.
It covers modern and historical buildings in a fairly patchy way, but you can be lucky, particularly with well-known buildings.
Saturday: Patchy rain easing overnight with many places dry for a time.
1, watering); A dry day is expected with spells of sunshine and patchy cloud.