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This flux is in good agreement with the estimated nocturnal emissions of C[H.sub.4] produced by a "dispersed source" (termites, anaerobic decay of waterlogged wood, poorly drained patches of soils, thick moss mats, cavities of tank bromeliads) in the Amazon forest, which range from 23 to 230 (most likely 75) ng x [m.sup.-2] x [s.sup.-1] (do Carmo et al., 2006).
Following Spitz and Hare, Comfort observed that punitive treatments for the vice introduced in the second half of the nineteenth century included chastity belts and genital infibulation for both sexes, and spiked collars to wrap around the penis of boys afflicted by nocturnal emissions, as recommended by J.L.
Sounds like a Nordic term of endearment for a partner whose nocturnal emissions call for much duvet waving, as in, `At it again, my little fartlek?' In fact, fartlek is a Swedish word that means a training session consisting of fast, medium and slow running over different distances.