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blot

Backgammon a man exposed by being placed alone on a point and therefore able to be taken by the other player
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The blot of smoke had suddenly grown larger, and it was very black.
In an interview with India Today, Sen who is a former master at Trinity College Cambridge and a Harvard University professor said, 'It is the biggest blot on Indian democracy.
Current guidelines recommend a two-tier approach to diagnose Lyme arthritis, an initial blood screen followed by western blot confirmation.
Blot was suspended for 91 days effective 30 days from an August 28, 2015, court order.
New Delhi [India], Dec 30 ( ANI ): The Delhi unit of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Saturday arrested four college-going students and seized 1.140 kg of Cannabis as well as three LSD blot papers.
This constellation of meanings coheres in modernist scenes of writing, from the blot's corporeal implications to the suggestion that authorship is a clandestine, even criminal, enterprise.
As before, blot the stain with that and then use a separate cloth with cold water to clean up afterwards.
The best way to tackle a milk spillage is to blot it with the tea towel and then sprinkle a thick layer of bicarbonate of soda over the damp areas in your car and leave overnight to air.
The Western blot had grown more popular than IFA; however, both types of tests had their limitations.
Gottingen, Germany, June 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Western Blot is widely used in research to separate and identify proteins.
Scrape up poop with firm cardboard, and blot pee onto clean paper towels.