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bate

[bāt]
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In tanning operations, any material used to remove lime from skins and to soften them prior to further processing.
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Surveillance during rabies vaccine baiting operations in Ohio suggests that human and domestic animal contacts with baits are rare.
Jon had wanted one thing before we started baiting, and that was to harvest a big bear with his recurve.
Study coordinator, Shirley Wilson of BASF, said: "The fact that an increasing number are failing to implement most key elements of best baiting practice is a major concern.
Crawfish present in the traps were removed prior to baiting, bait added, and the catch removed after 24 h.
Different baiting studies in Japan have demonstrated lower environmental contamination with E.
However, in many other states, Pennsylvania, for example, baiting is viewed by a large portion of deer hunters as unethical, immoral and just plain unfair.
However, Noonan says that for the first 4 years of his observations, he saw no systematic baiting of gulls by orcas.
In most instances when split and clumped baits were shared by two or more ant species, the areas of the baiting platform utilized by each species where adjacent to one another, which suggests that these species had interacted with one another at the bait.
The radio-tracking of collared cats and spotlight surveys before and after baiting were used to gauge the bait's effects.
Hand baiting is expected to continue into the summer months, focusing on urban areas where aircraft operations are restricted.
Baiting is placing fish attractants in a specific location to train fish to congregate in that area.