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Synonyms for blackleg

someone who works (or provides workers) during a strike

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take the place of work of someone on strike


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In Canada, tick surveillance, coordinated and conducted by the Nova Scotia Departments of Health and Wellness and Natural Resources and the National Microbiology Laboratory (NML) of the PHAC, has identified the establishment of infected blacklegged tick populations in 6 regions in Nova Scotia, and these ticks have been found sporadically in many other locations, suggesting potential LD risk across the province.
Pennsylvania leads the nation in reported cases of Lyme disease and a recent study found that for the first time blacklegged ticks were found in all 67 counties.
Blacklegged ticks (Ixodes scapularis) carry and transmit the virus that causes Lyme disease.
One blacklegged tick nymph was captured in Preston County in late May despite multiple collecting trips.
The mice increase numbers of both the blacklegged tick vector and the pathogen that causes the disease, said co-author Richard Ostfeld.
Another form of ehrlichiosis, called human granulocytic ehrlichiosis (HGE), is caused by Anaplasma phagocytophila and is transmitted by the blacklegged or deer tick (lxodes scapularis).
Thankfully none of the fiends that we found in us were the blacklegged tick or deer tick that is noted for spreading Lyme disease, a dreadfully persistent ailment to which I lost a dear friend a while back.
In 1987, the first recently confirmed specimens of Ixodes scapularis Say (the blacklegged tick) were collected from hunter-harvested deer in four Indiana counties.
lomvia) murres, Razorbills (Alca torda), and Blacklegged Kittiwakes (Rissa tridactyla), we observed a light phase fulmar actively pursuing a winter plumage Common Murre.
Despite this effort we may have underestimated the prevalence of Pacific sandlance in the area because it was found to dominate the diets of other coastal piscivores; stomach contents of 34 coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) in 2002 (Witteveen (6)) and regurgitants from blacklegged kittiwakes in 2001 (n=96) and 2002 (n=147) were dominated by Pacific sandlance (Murra et al.
The expansion of the sandeel fishery there coincided with a decline in breeding success of blacklegged kittiwakes on nearby coasts, a decline not seen elsewhere.
We may assume that Lord Darcy's Blacklegged Royal Mare was related to Pegasus, but on the other hand his Lordship may well have imported a Princess from the Congo with very different ideas in mind.
Tick public enemy number one, of course, is the Lyme or blacklegged tick, known to entomologists as Ixodes scapularis.
While the exhausting-to-watch workrate of Martin O'Connor and Graham Hyde would have had them blacklegged down Longbridge way a couple of decades ago, Blues need more than Trojans in the midfield area.
But I was blacklegged because I was working much better and faster than the others and getting bigger bonuses," he says.