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dead arm

[′ded ‚ärm]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease caused by Cryptosporella viticola in which the main lateral shoots are destroyed; common in grapes.
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It was ver y much l i ke a tingling, and I had a slightly dead arm.
00 Regusci 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon, or how about from a $70 Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa's Alexander Valley, or even the d'Arenberg Dead Arm Shiraz?
I had a dead arm for most of it," admitted Bell, "but I don't mind wearing a couple of bruises for England.
But if kids say something, they shut you down for two weeks as a precaution," said Meche, who tried to work through his puzzling dead arm in the spring of 2000.
Black Dead Arm was identified for the first time in France at a Bordeaux vineyard in 1999.
The public might think, 'Well, that was a dead arm - now it's alive because it's again being used by somebody.
Those numbers led to speculation that he would be sent to Triple A, but instead New York placed him on the disabled list Friday with a dead arm.
It makes you realise a few days with a dead arm might actually be worth it.
Sunderland's captain-for-the-day was off the field, suffering a dead arm, when the Tigers' relegation was all but confirmed.
I thought it was just a little bit of a dead arm, but then the first day of spring training last year is when it really started to hurt.
to have a dead arm for 14 hours instead of 10, and we are talking about an arteriovenous fistula operation
One area that fishes really well for pike when the rivers are carrying a lot of extra water is the dead arm at Lincombe Weir, Stourport.