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seed

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a fertilized plant ovule capable of germinating

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a disease of poultry

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a minor nonspecific ailment

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a small hard seed found in some fruits

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a mark on a die or on a playing card (shape depending on the suit)

a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface

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kill by firing a missile

hit with a missile from a weapon

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PIP is the new benefit that is replacing Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for people aged 16 to 64 with a disability.
A Department for Work and Pensions spokeswoman said: "Under PIP, 29 per cent of claimants receive the highest rate of support, compared with 15 per cent under DLA.
Select the PIP photo frame and filter using pip camera photo editor tool
No wonder so many appeals on PIP reassessments are successful.
Las variables recogidas fueron edad, sexo, peso, talla, IMC, PIP, volumen de infusion y de drenaje, tiempo de permanencia y ultrafiltracion.
In 2015, 699 people in Coventry appealed against PIP decisions.
Pip is unhappy with his position and longs to become a gentleman in order that he might eventually win Estella's affection.
The implants were sold widely across the world from the mid 1990s, but there was uproar when it emerged in 2010 that PIP had been manufacturing the products using industrialgrade silicone intended for use in mattresses.
As part of the vision for the project, this tool helps the Steering Team proactively plan the PIP by thinking through the barriers that could block the successful completion of the mission.
The commissioner is pleased that PIP costs are generally decreasing statewide as a result of HB 119," the spokesperson says, "which means that consumers will see lower costs from PIP insurance.
The implants created by PIP were found to be twice as likely to rupture than standard ones.
Pip takes his name from an Edward Lear poem (intentionally misspelt) about a creature that doesn't know what it is as it doesn't fit in anywhere, then decides it is The Scroobious Pip.
Oddly, Pip and Squeak were portrayed as being Wilfred's parents - they apparently found him in a turnip field - while an elderly penguin was known as Auntie and a Russian spy was the villain with his dog "Popski".
A The PIP is one of the key changes in the Welfare Reform Act.
PIP Organic, the company specialising in 100 percent pure, healthy and organic juices are today announcing the launch of handy 'take home' cartons, a new range of chilled drinks especially designed for all the family.