FLUB


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FLUB

(language)
The abstract machine for bootstrapping STAGE2.

[Mentioned in Machine Oriented Higher Level Languages, W. van der Poel, N-H 1974, p. 271].
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WASHINGTON - Just about the only person on Donald Trump's presidential campaign who can overshadow the boss and keep her job is Katrina Pierson - the Texan and Trump spokeswoman who has made waves over a pair of embarrassing on-air flubs.
FluA H1N1 and FluA H3N2 as well as FluB Yamagatal and FluB Beiying were grown on Madin-Darby--Canine-Kidney (MDCK) cells with serum-free MEM containing 1 [micro]g/ml of trypsin, 2 mM of l glutamine, 100 U/ml of penicillin, and 0.1 mg/ml of streptomycin.
Hartford Financial Services Group says it made an accounting flub when reporting its third-quarter earnings--a mistake that now puts the insurer in the red for 2012 with a net loss of $38 million.
OK, some big pants are about as sexy as a supermarket Bag For Life, but they do at least allow you to tuck in that awkward below-belly button flub.
First, virgin snails don't shoot a dart when they first mate, and other snails flub the shot about half the time.
And despite his efforts to disappear the human, his work couldn't really be produced in his absence--other people's touch (however light) would find its way in and flub up his aesthetic.
Lieutenant JOE CECILE of Syracuse, New York, a police spokesman, pointing out the flub that ended Jeremy Lepianka's two-year charade as an Onondaga County sheriff's deputy.
Headline in The Register-Guard on July 31: "Bush takes blame for speech flub."
The college's return to its premerger moniker makes for an acronym that is easier to remember and harder for the media to flub. But some ACP-ASIM members think the college should have opted for an amalgam.
issue of the Wall Street Journal's in-house newsletter, Style & Substance, ran this "flub from the Journal": "Few celebrities want to hang out where they can easily be found by the hoi polloi." Newsletter editor Paul R.
Calum is a hit as PC Roger Tennant, nicknamed Flub (Fat Lazy Useless B***d).