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SCABSSociety of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences (Macquarie University; Australia)
SCABSSalt Comes After Barnacle Shavings (SpongeBob SquarePants)
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To control sheep scab it is essential to keep sheep away from all sources of infection.
The material mimics the underside of scabs, where tiny fibers are arranged in the same direction like velvet or a cat's fur.
Most supermarkets allow potatoes skins to have no more than 5% scab coverage.
I can't remember the last time I grazed my leg badly enough to merit a good oldfashioned scab.
The West Australian government set up a bureau, modelled on the 'National Bureaus' established by the Federal Government in Sydney and Melbourne, and recruited scabs to break the strike.
Ex-Airdrie goalkeeper John Martin was a famous strike-breaker who was tagged with the scab label throughout his 20-year football career.
However, some boys question why they should stop attacking scabs and ripping up their newspapers.
Small children will touch and scratch their scabs and therefore run the risk of infection.
At a news conference today, OPSEU President Leah Casselman was accompanied by key labour leaders in Windsor who pledged their support to ensure replacement workers or scabs won't cross the picket line.
Razzell cited a 1792 article describing how an English amateur inoculator dried smallpox scabs in peat smoke, stored them underground covered with camphor, and used them as long as 8 years later (6).
To avoid picking your scabs, try putting on a little antibiotic ointment like Bacitracin and cover it with a band-aid.