3. Old and worn out; exhausted; spiritless; also, poor and miserable looking; shabily clothed; shabby looking; as, he looked seedy coat. Little Flanigan here . . . Is a little seedy, as we say among us that practice the law. Seedy toe, an affection of a horse's foot, in which a cavity filled with horn powder is formed between the laminae and the wall of the hoof.
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... has been found that the stronger the shear force, the stronger the EPS," explains Dr Handley. Like most crowded cities, biofilms also have a seedy part of town. It has been suggested that the conditions in a biofilm ensure the exchange of genetic material is more efficient. This is bad news ...
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