White Coats

Some articles on white, white coats, coat, white coat:

Color Patterns and Genetics of Pinto Horses - Patterns
... a spotting pattern characterized by rounded markings with white legs and white across the back between the withers and the dock of the tail, usually arranged in a roughly vertical pattern and more ... different genetic mechanisms frame, splashed white or sabino, described below ... The white rarely crosses the back ...
History: The Singles 85–91 - Personnel - Production
... Glyn Johns – producer ("51st State", "Poison Street") Justin Sullivan – producer ("White Coats") Robert Heaton – producer ("White Coats") Tom Dowd – producer ("Stupid Questions", "Green and Grey ...
Labcoat - In Medicine
... White coats are sometimes seen as the distinctive dress of physicians, who have worn them for over 100 years ... scientists, and began to wear the most recognizable symbol of the scientist, the white laboratory coat ... Recently, white coat ceremonies have become popular amongst those starting medical school ...

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