Euromonitor International research suggests that a country needs at least $20,000 in per capita GDP for pod
coffee to break five percent of at-home coffee consumption.
2006) who also found statistical different results for different Okra cultivars for green pod
Descriptive statistics for whether the exposure was unintentional, route of exposure, age, medical outcome, and the most frequent signs and symptoms associated with pod
-exposure and non-pod
exposure were calculated for pod
laundry detergent exposures.
holds up to six people, so firms could hold a business meeting with a difference.
According to GMC commissioner Rajesh Khuller, pod
taxis would connect old and new Gurgaon.
v grounds: Pods
are convenient and clean, but cost more.
All the technicians who had been working that pod
were seen at the base hospital.
Females that mated late, laid their 2nd pod
late, and females that had more mates laid smaller clutches; otherwise, mating had little effect on fecundity (Table 1).
Warwick Parkway sees a lot of commuters so it made perfect sense to launch our pods
Weighing about as much as two airline passengers and their luggage, the Guardian is a pod
that clings to the rear of a plane's belly.
Resulting offspring utilize seeds in the pod
for their only source of nutrition.
Recent evidence (Bruening and Egli, 1999, 2000) suggests that the temporal distribution of flower and pod
production should be added to the traditional determinants of pod
and seed number--photosynthesis or assimilate availability and sink (seed) characteristics (Charles-Edwards et al.
Leading the revolution is Apple's iPod, which creates a virtual pod
of music around the listener, canceling out noxious street noises.
has its own distinctive primary call, which accounts for more than half the vocalizations and may coordinate foraging.
The Shared Reconnaissance Pod
(SHARP) has entered low-rate initial production (LRIP), with the first LRIP pod
delivered to the Navy on 2 April.