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scat

1
a type of jazz singing characterized by improvised vocal sounds instead of words

scat

2
any marine and freshwater percoid fish of the Asian family Scatophagidae, esp Scatophagus argus, which has a beautiful coloration

scat

an animal dropping
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He speculates that scat may lose some of its repulsive punch as days go by.
Juniper (Juniperus) berries and feathers were present in nine and two of the scats, respectively, but were not quantified as part of the diet because they were <5% of the scat in which they were found.
Scat Daddy -- After taking advantage of Nobiz Like Shobiz's bad start to upset him in the Champagne, the Pletcher colt had his own trouble and ran fourth at the Breeders' Cup.
1997), the different retention and digestive rates of prey remains in the stomach continue to be a leading criticism for diet studies in which scat samples alone are used.
Scat dogs have recently made their way to Vermont, where, to aid a Ph.
The Scat Pack 3 kit, with an MSRP of $4,995, maximizes gains achieved by the Scat Pack 1 and Scat Pack 2 kits by adding new Mopar Performance CNC-ported cylinder heads, Mopar hi-flow manifolds and hi-flow catalysts, a gasket set, exhaust manifolds, exhaust adapter, mounting brackets and hardware.
Scats could have been destroyed before scat-transects were conducted.
Scat Daddy's first crop contains American Oaks heroine Lady Of Shamrock and UAE Derby winner Daddy Long Legs.
Yes, that means you have to break out a brush and vacuum's crevice tool to get the sand out of the scat tracks.
Woodrats routinely collect and store items from their habitat, including raccoon scat.
TWO more airlines are now available through Hahn Air's e-document system after the company signed new interline e-ticketing (IET) agreements with Scat Air (DV) and Tiara Air (3P).
Washington, Jan 12 (ANI): Biologists are putting dogs' acute sense of smell to a rather noble use - they have trained dogs to detect the scat of other critters for the greater good - to conduct more accurate surveys of wildlife.