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moult

(US), molt
the periodic process of moulting
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Moult has already played his last game for the Steelmen due to injury but will look back at his time in Lanarkshire with fond memories.
Moult, who scored 23 times in 47 appearances in one campaign for the Dragons, is one of the hottest properties in the Scottish Premiership after a blistering two-and-a-half seasons with Motherwell.
Moult admits that while he will take away a treasure trove of golden memories from his time at Fir Park, he was still saddened his stint did not end with a silver lining.
On Sunday, Moult, 25, competed in the Scottish League Cup Final, as his Motherwell team went down to the high-flying Celtic team Brendan Rodgers has assembled.
Moult made it a fantastic fifty 10 minutes after the break when he fired Chris Cadden's cross high into the net for his second.
Rangers defender Bruno Alves was lucky to stay on the field after kicking out at Moult late on.
Pedro Caixinha's side will always give teams chances and Motherwell can spring a shock, with Moult their main goal threat.
In second group (older non-moulted) 108 females of thirty weeks of age (same age as that of above group) were selected and divided into thirty six replicates and no moult treatment was applied.
Instar duration was recorded by observing the duration between previous moult to next moult.
Because ofa large difference in the timing ofthe moult for individual lobsters and the close relationship between time after moulting and serum protein levels (Figure 1), there were not enough replicates to perform reliable statistically analysis.
Wild rabbits moult twice a year, but some pet rabbits moult all year round.
The Dragons were abject in Essex back in November, but this secondhalf attacking display - with two for Louis Moult and another for Andy Bishop - shows what can be achieved with the shackles throw off.