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Gill

An obsolete Scottish unit of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 0.053 liters.
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This study aim at investigating the spatial distribution of Myxobolus pethericii and Henneguya pethericii on the gills of Ctenopoma petherici.
On four separate occasions over the course of four days in March 2016, Gill was ordered out-of-service by state roadside safety inspectors for falsifying records of duty status and egregiously violating hours of service limitations designed to prevent fatigued driving.
One of the new products Gills has invested in is a state-of-the-art Florigo frying range at a cost of approximately PS50,000.
Reginald Gill, 77, conned women into believing they had cancer and told one victim her condition could be cured if a man sucked her breasts for 30 minutes a day.
Reginald Gill, 77, shocked victims by falsely diagnosing cancer using a bizarre electrical probe.
Gill's Cruise Centre is the trading name of E & ME Gill Ltd.
Principal investigator Clarice Fu, a zoologist from the University of British Columbia in Canada, and her colleagues based their observation on the development of gills in rainbow trout larvae and measured the uptake of ions, which are charged chemical particles, such as sodium.
A study published yesterday suggested gills became internalised rather than lost when fish moved on to the land and evolved into four-limbed animals.
The gills are so delicate that they will collapse without water to help support them.
The Duwamish is substantially more contaminated with PAHs and PCBs compared to Quartermaster Harbor, and the levels of toxic chemicals in the sediments at both sites were consistent with the degree of expression of CYPIA in the gills offish from the respective sites.
KENDALL GILL of the Chicago Bulls may be an aggressive athlete on the court, but he's a refined gentleman at the crib.