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spottiness

[′späd·ē·nəs]
(electronics)
Bright spots scattered irregularly over the reproduced image in a television receiver, due to man-made or static interference entering the television system at some point.
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"Unfortunately, we had to make the decision to close The Spotty Pig as we were not able to keep the business running whilst visiting and looking after Mum," she explained.
To address these objectives, high concentration cortisol pellets were implanted into female spotty wrasses to promote sex change under inhibitory conditions.
Eve Stewart, 19, wanted to celebrate the life of entertainer Pat Stewart, who was known as The Girl in the Spotty Dress.
Her granddaughter Eve was given a round of applause for wearing her own spotty dress at the funeral.
The suspect is described as a white male, aged 20-25, around 5ft 6ins, of medium build with a spotty complexion.
Great gran Pat, who became known simply as the girl in the spotty dress, died recently at the age of 83 of heart failure.
The pupils are very excited about The Big Lloyds Bank Spotacular and developing spotty fundraising ideas for BBC Children in Need."
Colourful Mr Tumble carries his iconic spotty bag and features lots of textured fabrics for little ones to explore.
It either drops or is very spotty. This new equipment has been tested and works very well in those areas with poor or non-existent cell service.'
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SPOttY | jeans are having a bit of a moment among the more expensive denim brands, but thankfully M&S has brought out its own version for just PS35.