However, only hair whorls
on the chest and to a lesser extent on the elbow were predictive of training success, and the predictions were in opposite directions at the two locations.
Objects uncovered include Iron Age quern stones for processing grain and a spindle whorl
The curious light green leaves rise in a whorl
and are topped by blushing purple flowers the colour of pale grapes.
In the remaining specimens, extraction was carried out by pulling tissue with forceps to obtain only the soft parts from the last whorl
Jane Campbell sent in this pretty picture of the springtime flowers out in force at Whorl
Hill Wood, at Faceby, North Yorkshire
Expansion and consolidation of the populations of the Desmoulin s whorl
snail (Vertigo moulinsiana) and the narrow-mouthed whorl
There seems to be no way to stop children from being sucked into the whorl
Washington, March 4 ( ANI ): New scans of a mysterious fossil has suggested that an ancient sea predator had a spiraling whorl
of teeth that acted as a lethal slicing tool.
Pine trees typically grow in annual spurts, putting on one whorl
of branches each year (Figures 1 and 2).
Use of pyrethroids, methomyl, and chlorpyrifos to control fall armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in whorl
stage field corn, sweet corn, and sorghum.
Hungry supporters can fuel up at Greggs on cupcakes adorned with football rings for 59p each, snack on a singing jalepeno chicken sandwich - which chants "ole, ole, ole" when the packaging is opened - for pounds 2 from Tesco, or feast on South African sausages like the Boerewors Whorl
banger for 99p from Waitrose.
held in his signature Duke's fingerprint whorl
of sound, the minor