Scab sentence example

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  • The scab of potatoes is another case in point.
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  • She had a scab on her forehead over her left eye and a bruise on her cheek.
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  • A practitioner took a scab from someone with a mild case, made an incision in the skin of a healthy person, and infected that person with the scab.
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  • Moving your mouth can cause the scab to crack.
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  • This stops the bleeding and the blood will then coagulate or thicken into a scab.
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  • The fungus, Sorosporium scabies, which is the cause of the scab, does not penetrate into the flesh of the tuber, nor detract from its edible properties.
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  • You know - if you 've ever picked the scab of a sore place.
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  • It covers symptoms, disease cycle, mycotoxins in scabby grain, seedling blight phase of scab, and control methods.
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  • cottony leak, anthracnose, scab, black rot, and bacterial spot.
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  • Many livestock producers believe that OP dips are the most effective means of controlling common ectoparasites on sheep, such as scab and blowfly.
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  • itching sensation on the lip, followed by blisters which weep, forming a scab.
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  • Alternatively a macrocyclic lactone can be used to treat for scab and will also be part of the strategy to remove resistant worms.
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  • macrocyclic lactone can be used to treat for scab and will also be part of the strategy to remove resistant worms.
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  • Scab and fluke in sheep I also need to treat the lambs for scab, the sheep scab mite causes mange.
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  • mycotoxins in scabby grain, seedling blight phase of scab, and control methods.
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  • powdery scab in the Netherlands by looking at the use of 'trap ' crops.
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  • You know - if you've ever picked the scab of a sore place.
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  • Cold sores usually start with a tingling, itching sensation on the lip, followed by blisters which weep, forming a scab.
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  • Dr. Bus presented a paper on control of powdery scab in the Netherlands by looking at the use of 'trap ' crops.
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  • A tick bite usually looks like a lump with a small scab on the skin surface at the site of the bite.
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  • A number of Venturia species cause diseases on other species of trees, the most common being apple scab.
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  • scab mites away from sheep.
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  • scab labor in.
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  • scab company union was set up.
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  • scab formation.
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  • scab bus getting through.
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  • scab UDM leaders before, during and after the strike?
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  • Chicken pox An infectious disease that makes you break out in tiny blisters which then scab over.
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  • scab over, the virus can be passed between people.
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  • The protein could be used to form the basis of a vaccine against sheep scab.
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  • seedling blight phase of scab, and control methods.
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  • scab and fluke in sheep I also need to treat the lambs for scab, the sheep scab mite causes mange.
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  • However, there is currently no method for rearing sheep scab mites away from sheep.
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  • On pickets, defense squads controlled by workers need to be set up to stop the police getting scab labor in.
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  • In the middle of a bitter dispute a new scab company union was set up.
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  • A concomitant dermal invasion by neutrophils and T and B-lymphocytes lead to epithelial infiltration and scab formation.
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  • Despite the riot police, sheer weight of numbers prevented the scab bus getting through.
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  • Two to three days before the rash appears and before the blisters scab over, the virus can be passed between people.
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  • Being a scab, I started sifting through the mountains of stuff in the ' throw away ' pile.
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  • After they have appeared they may weep a little and eventually form a scab.
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  • The highest risk for spreading the virus is the time period beginning with the blisters and ending with scab formation.
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  • Third-degree cases produce deep, blood-filled blisters and a hard black eschar (scab).
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  • Called Nosebleed QR (Quick Relief), the product is composed of a hydrophilic polymer, a synthetic powder that absorbs blood, and potassium salt that aids in scab formation.
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  • There is no need to worry; these crusts are similar to what you'd see on a scab, and like a scab, they fall off painlessly.
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  • Scabbing Stage: The first scab may break and cause itching and burning; a second scab will form that is much smaller.
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  • Healing Stage: As long as the scab is left to heal on its own, no scarring should occur.
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  • According to BME Magazine, even white fluid that comes from the piercing site is normal, and it states that this is a collection of white blood cells and plasma that would create a scab anywhere else on the body.
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  • A scab cannot form where the tongue is pierced because saliva doesn't give it a chance.
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  • Cover it firmly with a bandage, as you will not take it off until the next day, at which point it should have formed a scab.
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  • Press a hot cloth to the scab to soften and open the pores, then reapply the DermaTend.
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  • A mole or pimple which may have been present for a long time that begins to bleed or form a scab.
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  • Never rip it off, because you may pull the scab off.
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  • Similar spraying is recom- (From a specimen in the British Museum.) mended for pear-leaf blister Pear Scab (Fusicladium pyrinum).
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  • I wrote the first speech for the scab, but the heart and soul of the scene came from a sacked docker.
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  • What was the real role of Lynk and Pendergast, the scab UDM leaders before, during and after the strike?
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  • Pear scab is caused by a parasitic fungus, Fusicladium pyrinum, very closely allied and perhaps merely a form of the apple scab fungus, F.
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  • A Scab Act is in force, and is stringently carried out by government inspectors with most satisfactory results.
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  • It is compulsory on owners to notify the authorities as to the existence of scab amongst their sheep. By the Diseases of Animals Act (1903) powers to prescribe the dipping of sheep, irrespective of the presence or otherwise of sheep scab, were conferred upon the Board of Agriculture.
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  • These become brown, finally blackish and greatly contorted until a large scab is formed on the developing tuber, whence the name by which the disease is known - "black scab."
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