skot


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skot

[skät]
(optics)
A unit of luminance, used particularly to measure low-level luminance, equal to 10-3 apostilb, or 10-3/π nit.
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"The crown of the plant is susceptible to damage, so we are looking at improving its structure," said Prof Skot, head of forage plant breeding at IBERS.
"Cord-nevers" are those who have never subscribed to multichannel pay TV services--for example, millennials setting up their first homes and deciding to forgo subscribing to cable in favor of accessing all their video programming from OTTs and other online providers (Alleman, Fontaine, Katz, & Le Champion, 2013; Skot, 2014).
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1530], a quarto edition of Sir Isumbras printed by John Skot; 4) two leaves of STC 11691a.5 [ca.
Thorpe is 'n "volbloed Skot" (17) en voormalige huursoldaat wat 'n krygskamp skep op die plaas Langlaagte in die Vrystaat.
The PhD project, which is part of SKOT, followed and examined 330 healthy children at 9, 18 and 36 months.
Skot Latona is a Certified Interpretive Trainer at South Platte Park in Littleton, Colorado.
But it was her particular love of feline-kind that led to Jones' collaboration, with her brother, Skot, on Crazy.
Greg from the edition by John Skot, will be the source for line citations to the play.
Nathan Goforth, Brooke Gouett, Melissa Haan, Olivia Haines, Michael Hernandez, Jakob Imrich, Jacob Jack, Steven Jackson, Lilia Jumel, Skot Kessler, Jeff King, Cole Kirby,