from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A scrub; a miser.


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  • The other gene, scrib -, a non-functioning mutant of a tumor-suppressor gene known as scrib, by itself causes cells to die.

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  • I stoped playing about a month ago… the game but im done paying monthly sub scrib for now………cool comm Scott

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  • I never thought I should have been such a scrib-bler.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • He released the lock, slipped inside the bin, lit a candle, and scrib - bled a carefully worded note.

    Ilse Witch

  • Ungava in the east was slashed across by its innumerable lakes, rocky ridges, scrib forests and bogs, almost inpenetrable in spots.

    Defence and the North

  • Here it strikes three o'clock: the post knell, not bell, tolls here, and I must send off my scrib: but I will tell you, though I need not, that, now I have taken up Metastasio again, I work at him in every uninterrupted moment.

    The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay — Volume 3

  • RasV12 plus scrib - combination, they found the signaling pathway that mediates the interaction.

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  • Intriguingly, the JNK activity seems to spread from scrib - cells via a mysterious, domino-type effect.

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  • RasV12 exists in one group of cells, and scrib - exists in a nearby group of cells.

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  • They showed that cells that contain the scrib - mutation activate a signal protein called JNK, which in turn drives a signaling pathway that promotes cellular proliferation.

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