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1. A tailor; so called in contempt.

2. Anything hastily put or stitched together; hence, a hasty composition.

3. (Science: agriculture) The act or process of whipstitching.

(Science: agriculture) To rafter; to plow in ridges, as land.

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What kind of worm is 1/64" long, thin, and whips.

I saw this worm under a cotton cue tip, useing a black light. It began whipping maddly as I got closer to it. Any possible suggestions appreciated. It might be causeing itching, & crawling sensations, that we thought was caused by some kind of mite. No Doctors could tell us what mite is biting u...

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by Randy Focht
Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:27 am
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: What kind of worm is 1/64" long, thin, and whips.
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