grease spot

grease spot

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(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of turf grasses caused by Pythium aphanidermatum and characterized by spots that have a greasy border of blackened leaves and intermingled cottony mycelia. Also known as spot blight.
References in classic literature ?
It had become brown with age and was covered with grease spots, but in it Ebenezer always felt dressed up and ready for the day in town.
So when you have a pesky stain, spill or grease spot, don't let laundry take up all of your time, and do it right the first time.
3 June 2015 - US-based quick service oil change company Lube Stop, a 37 has acquired the assets of The Grease Spot, Inc.
A weep looks Like a darkened grease spot and is usually covered with dust or road grit, and it isn't a deal breaker.
Ethics have often ended up as a grease spot on the road to power, and computers won't change that.
For example, a grease spot from process machinery might be a serious problem in a medical or food application.
The grease spot on my shirt was a small price to pay for the darkness-induced experience.
Or heavily cushioned, and under cover from a searing sun which, just after the monsoon season, is beating down in the mid-30s, exacerbated by a humidity capable of reducing a bowler to a grease spot after a couple of overs.
In its 884 pages, she does more than give helpful household hints on the most efficient way to dust a piano or remove a grease spot.
Dip a toothbrush in vinegar and gently brush over grease spot.
Other vendor provided services include, but are not limited, to the following: Sweeping and removal of debris; Cleaning of heavy or hazardous oil and grease spots (excluding trash receptacles and stairwells); and, Cleaning of parking stalls, aisles, and pedestrian ways.
uk, 020 7254 3526 QI have some grease spots on my kitchen roller blind.