PINGO


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PINGOProcedural Interface for Grib Formatted Objects
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Ten studied cowpea cultivars are part of a breeding program of Embrapa Mid-North (BRS Guariba; BRS Potengi; BRS Itaim; BRS 17 Gurgueia; BRS Arace; Paulistinha; Pingo de Ouro; BRS Maratana; Costela de Vaca and Canapu Branco), and were evaluated under two salinity levels (0.0 = control and 8.0 dS[m.sup.-1]), being one below and one above the crop salinity threshold (4.9 dS [m.sup.-1]) (Ayers & Westcot, 1999), in a 10x2 factorial design, with treatments distributed in a completely randomized experimental design, with four replications and 50 seeds per plot.
Some of them, like the pingo (a growing blister on the land which occurs only in permafrozen soil in Arctic regions) we are less likely to see than others, but the book should prove as useful indoors as it is in the field.
Another unscathed ALA fighter, "King" Arthur Villanueva (260, 14 KOs) will try to make up for two subpar performances when he battles former WBO flyweight champion Julio Cesar "Pingo" Miranda (38112, 29 KOs) in a 10rounder.
In the two other marquee matchups, "King" Arthur Villanueva clashes with Julio Cesar "Pingo" Miranda, another Mexican, in a ten-round super-fly encounter, while rising Mark "Magnifico" Magsayo tangles with Sukksase, Kietyongyuth of Thailand in a ten-round feather duel.
A placa que, ja o dissemos, se encontra num primeiro plano, a frente do vidro, mostra um pingo de sangue caido das beringelas que se suspendem, ao lado da couve-flor, num gancho de talho tambem ele com um apontamento vermelho, de sangue vegetal, sujando o metal.
MEET Primrose, Patrick, Petunia, Puddy, Peaches, Patricia and Pingo.
Pedro Leandro, chief commercial officer, Pingo Doce (Jeronimo Martins Group), shared his company's private label successes on the collaboration front.