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Foxing

In scripophily, a situation in which brown spots appear on a stock or bond certificate due to too much bleach being used during the manufacturing process.
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The authors calculate that Fox pulled 200,000 votes nationally to the GOP and break down the apparent influence more specifically: "Fox News had a smaller effect in rural areas, in Republican congressional districts, and in the South," where more people already voted Republican.
where fox tracks had been seen, fox dens, and compost heaps) but not by dogs.
Indeed, from its inception The Fox adopted a polarizing and pugnacious tone.
It will not be easy for Fox to get his proposals approved.
Fox, a master of outsize symbols that resonate with Mexico's educated and illiterate alike, waxed enthusiastic about his new team.
Using geometrical figures and charts, Fox cogently demonstrates how the yin-yang sign can be identified "as a veve (verver), a sign that represents a loa," to appeal to Atibon-Legba, the guardian of crossroads.
Fell's tireless evangelism, industriousness, autonomous nature, and the immense respect she garnered from Fox, while simultaneously expressing a complicit assurance in Fox's own divinity, caused Fox steadfastly to proclaim women "a companion, an equal in the holy image of God, for the man a meet help in righteousness" (261).
Detection of Echinococcus multilocularis DNA in fox faeces using DNA amplification.