However it has various other symptoms including lethargy and difficulty in waking up, the body becoming abnormally cold to touch, skin appearing mottled
or bluish, rapid breathing, a rash that doesn't fade away when it is pressed and seizures or convulsions.
To better understand the post-restoration redistribution of mottled
sculpin, detailed post-restoration habitat analysis was performed for five of the eight sampling segments during Jun.-Aug.
* NATCHEZ WHITE--white flowers, decorative mottled
mahogany trunks, 20-30 feet
Hess, a 20-year biologist and supervisor at Rockefeller Refuge, is one of the pioneers of the mottled
Now what is he dreaming about?--he-goats mating, and streaked, speckled, and mottled
In another experiment the authors asked participants to judge how long the mottled
patterns themselves lasted, but varied the rates at which those patterns changed.
Another case involved a law student who sought treatment for the mottled
discolouration on her leg.
The number and nature of mottled
vessels, however, strongly suggests that this patterning was deliberately sought after, even though uneven conditions in open fires may have occasionally been responsible for some accidental differential colouring.
Identifying characteristics include a flap-like adipose fin, a squared, rounded or slightly forked tail, mottled
back and sides, and a slight overbite.
McKay suggested the association between this mottled
enamel and an agent in the Colorado Springs, Colorado water supply during investigation of the Colorado brown stain seen in the teeth of many of his patients.
When the word was borrowed into English as tabby in the 1600s, it only referred to a kind of silk with a wavy, mottled
"The figured material tends to be ropey to block mottled
. There's not a lot of demand for it in high production applications.