slowpoke


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An interaction domain in Slob necessary for its binding to the slowpoke calcium-dependent potassium channel.
Characterization of shotgun pellets and gunshot residue by trace element concentration patterns by neutron activation analysis using the slowpoke reactor, Journal of the Canadian Society of Forensic Science (1984) 17(4):167-181.
This simple picture book is a charming account of a class walk during which Joe (the prototypical slowpoke who takes time to "smell the roses") sees things that the other children miss.
The eagle-owl on the prowl has caught and killed a slowpoke (right).
A slowpoke plant might not be able to outcompete faster-growing weeds.
Even compared with today's super chips that exceed 1 gigahertz (GHz), the relatively modest (and far less expensive) 500-MHz processor can hardly be called a slowpoke when it launches an application or refreshes a large spreadsheet calculation in a second or two.
Rewriting has always been the slowpoke compared to write-once recording.
Accordingly, she called Mulroney a slowpoke compared to the present Prime Minister.
18 Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Clefairy, Clefable, Ditto, Chansey, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Lickitung, Nidoran (female).
The Globe and Mail article quoted counterintelligence sources as saying Chinese spies started obtaining information about the Slowpoke reactor in the 1960s and that Beijing had a clone in operation by the mid-1980s.
They can and do often grow far beyond the slowpoke arithmetic model he offered.
Usually the slowpoke of the European frozen food market, the Netherlands showed some spark last year with a 5.
That classifies me as an "old-timer" and perhaps something of a slowpoke.
The tank-type reactor will be similar to the Canadian Slowpoke design, although with uranium fuel enriched to about 90% and with a mass of 985gms.
Type," Boston Daily Globe, November 7, 1946, "Electronic Brain Virtual Reality, Mountbatten Says," Washington Post, November 8, 1946, and "'Brain' Machine Makes Slowpoke of Man: Instrument Being Built in Britain Opens New Worlds to Scientists," newspaper unknown, November 26, 1946 [7, box 9a].