aspersion


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a disparaging remark

an abusive attack on a person's character or good name

the act of sprinkling water in baptism (rare)

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Se comparo la efectividad de los dos metodos de aplicacion de las vacunas por la via aspersion y por la via agua de bebida, bajo condiciones de campo (crianza) y de laboratorio (desafio).
El interes por la aplicacion de niobio se debe a la posibilidad de obtener una pelicula adherente y principalmente resistente a la corrosion, cuando se obtiene por de aspersion termica El niobio forma una capa pasiva estable y espontanea [Nb.
El objetivo es evaluar diferentes proporciones de maltodextrina y goma arabiga con base en su capacidad para la retencion de compuestos volatiles en el secado por aspersion de jugo de sandia (Citrullus lanatus Thunb.
El metodo mas antiguo utilizado en alimentos es el secado por aspersion, el cual comenzo encapsulando sabores en goma arabiga a finales de la decada de los anos 1930's [5,7].
Via desarrollo rural se erogaron 45 millones 422 mil 957 pesos en la construccion de jagueyes y tanques para riego, adquisicion de tractores y la integracion de una zona de riego con tecnicas de aspersion y microaspersion en la localidad Conquista Campesina.
We challenged the runaway plant rhetoric of the royalties provision, the lobbying-is-a-dirty-word aspersion of the lobbying provision, and the "close-a-loophole; it's-as-easy-as-pie" rationale of the corporate information reporting proposal.
To cover up their failure on New Year's eve, the report highlights that the police is also trying to cast aspersion on the character of the woman by hinting that the victim was alone and the person with her was just incidental.
Howard did the same thing repeatedly, even casting aspersion on our judicial system as if we do not understand law and we do not understand a fair deal and justice,'' he said.
In this high-stakes case, aspersion looks well-grounded, if it matters, given how the Florida Supreme Court took over and continued the recount started by the canvassing boards.
Acop, on the other hand, supported Garbin's proposal as Gadon's statements 'casts aspersion on our independence and the committee and the entire House.
The petitioner argued that Absar Alam during a press conference attempted to cast aspersion on court saying courts are performing works that Pemra is supposed to perform.
Our expectation of power at the click of a switch earns us all D Evans's aspersion.
Mr Price said the newspaper apologised and made it clear that it had no intention to cast any aspersion on Mr George's reputation or character as an adult.
The statement further claimed that no inquiry in the past had implicated MOL Pakistan as a company in the theft of crude oil case and any aspersion to that effect is malicious.
We again insist that no past inquiry had implicated Pakistan as a company and any aspersion to that effect is malicious.