In 2009 Bangor University surveyed 574 producers at agricultural shows and found that just over a third had sheep scab
in their flocks in the previous five years.
A university-based unit started four patients in May 2011 utilizing this method of scab
removal, and by February 2012, with 460 cannulations (100+ in each patient), they have not had a single access infection (personal communication).
Moreover, when the strike began to wind down in September, it became clear that at least half of the scab
workforce on the waterfront was composed, not of middleclass patriots but of men who wished to remain and who, promised preference, would, if they remained, force the returning strikers to wait in line behind them at the daily call up.
As such, it was expected that the SCAB
would significantly, positively correlate with Holland's Artistic type of vocational interests.
Hearst and Pulitzer think that they can break us by hiring more scabs
: When planting your potato sets put some wilted comfrey leaves in with them to prevent scab
If someone tries to cross the picket line, ``You should call them what they are at that point, a scab
, and any other derogatory term you feel appropriate to use for an individual who is taking wages from you and your family.
As the clot dries and gets hard, a scab
forms to keep out germs and dirt.
I have this really disgusting scab
that is very big.
In the spring of 1934, union organizers arranged for Minneapolis truckers to go on a series of strikes and protest scab
Oddly, the film's emotional peak--Billy's dad tries to become a scab
to pay for his son's big audition--produces the show's weak point ("He Could Be a Star").
In 2004 western donors pledged almost SCAB