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1. The district or territory of a town.

In the united states, many of the States are divided into townships of five, six, seven, or perhaps ten miles square, and the inhabitants of such townships are invested with certain powers for regulating their own affairs, such as repairing roads and providing for the poor. The township is subordinate to the county.

2. In surveys of the public land of the united states, a division of territory six miles square, containing 36 sections.

3. In canada, one of the subdivisions of a county.

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Dispersion of E coli, Possible?

I am about to start my experiment. My work is to analyse the quality of water from the domestic water supplies (eg. of a township). I think I have to use Eshcerichia coli as an indicator. In this work, I think I should analyse the plasmids of E.coli. And so, I think I will know how ...

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by cloudnine
Sat Apr 30, 2005 7:02 am
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Dispersion of E coli, Possible?
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Does anyone know what a "Farmer's Deer Block Permit&quo

... are issued "block permits" meaning that for every acre of farmland they own, they can harvest approximately a dozen (often more depending on the township) deer that are eating the crops. No permits are needed for other animals like raccoons, ground mice, prarie dogs, or other nuisance animals. ...

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by Joel@WhiteMoose.Ca
Wed Feb 02, 2005 12:51 am
Forum: Zoology Discussion
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