The retention time and peak/trough height of the standards should be compared to those obtained the very first time the standards were run (at installation of the system) to ascertain the separation performance of the column.
boffo The only speculation about its etymology cited is Merriam-Webster's 12,000 Words: “from boffola, a `belly-laugh,' which in turn comes from boff, a `belly-laugh,' `gag,' `hit,' perhaps based on `box office.
The priest is surrounded by a circle of masked women, who, upon his command, doff their cloaks, kneel reverentially for a while longer in their G-strings, and then are sent off one by one.
Saturday dawned fine and off we went, across a very low Otira and on up Pfeiffer Creek, at what I thought was a fairly good pace.
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Assigned after some weeks to a few hours per week in the makeshift dental clinic in the prison revier or hospital, I took to busying myself during the great gaps of empty time by searching out and putting on paper British army-language specials, like mucker `partner,' scoff `overeat,' fluff `girl,' skilly `meal,' griff `rumor,' duff `dessert.'
Memsahib `term of respect for a European lady,' for example, derives from English ma'am and Hindi sahib `sir, master,' a word borrowed by Hindi from Arabic; boxwallah `peddler' combines English box and Hindi wallah `person in charge of a particular thing'; chotapeg `half-sized drink' unites Hindi chota `little, small' and English peg (Anglo-Indian slang since at least 1864 for a drink, especially of brandy and soda water); and shroffage `commission charged for shroffing' combines shroff (an adaptation of Hindi saraf `banker, money-lender,' a word borrowed from Arabic) and the English suffix - age .
(And of us Canadians too, except for a few who like to toff-up their speech just ever so.)