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scat

(skæt)
1. n. nonsense syllables sung to music. (Refers to a [primarily black] jazz practice in the jazz era.) She used to do scat but moved on to blues.
2. exclam. Go away! (Usually Scat! Often said to a cat to get it to go away.) Get out! Scat! Beat it, cat!
3. in. to leave. You guys scat now. I have to go to work.
4. n. heroin. (see also shit.) Bart is trying to sell scat in the neighborhood again.
5. n. inferior whiskey. You got anything better than that scat, bartender?
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Weekly diet of the Sheep Ranch Pack in northeastern Minnesota from late June to early October 2015 as determined by scat analysis.
Scat of adults showed a larger diameter with respect to those ascribed to juveniles (adult median = 2.
Approximately one hundred kilometres of scat transects were walked at 31 sites in June 2013 and used to create detection histories based on 1005 spatially replicated observations using 100 m transect segments.
Scat Analyses--We collected 116 scats and determined the predator species by molecular analysis for 85 (73%); 75 (88%) deposited by pumas and 10 (12%) deposited by jaguars.
River Otter prey items were summarized by calculating the absolute frequency of occurrence (number of occurrences divided by the number of scat with identifiable prey remains).
We recorded the number of moose scats, bear scats, and unknown scats; we included bear in the survey effort because both dogs were trained previously on black bear scat.
At least ten hairs selected from each scat sample were matched and crossed checked for detection of multiple prey items.
In contrast to our study, a study conducted in 1993 that evaluated the diet of wolves in Adams Inlet, an area 37 km north of our study area, showed that moose occurred in less than 3% of wolf scats classified as moderate age (i.
As noted, the body of the SCAT was Saviano's own design and highlighted his talents through its brilliance in simplicity.
A total of 24 field visits were made to the selected study sites and 90 scat samples of Canis aureus were collected; including 34 samples from Saidpur village (site-I), 27 from the surroundings of Sindh house (site-II), and 29 samples from the open cultivated fields of NARC (site-III) Islamabad.
Sand and dust can build up in the tracks and holes on the UH-60M gunner's and medical attendant's scat pallets on the HH-60M.
Woodrats routinely collect and store items from their habitat, including raccoon scat.
TWO more airlines are now available through Hahn Air's e-document system after the company signed new interline e-ticketing (IET) agreements with Scat Air (DV) and Tiara Air (3P).
Washington, Jan 12 (ANI): Biologists are putting dogs' acute sense of smell to a rather noble use - they have trained dogs to detect the scat of other critters for the greater good - to conduct more accurate surveys of wildlife.
But last year marten scat, or droppings, were found in private woodland adjoining the Forestry Commission's 3,000-acre Kidland Forest in Northumberland.