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bumble-foot

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(Veterinary Science) vet science an inflammatory condition of the feet of birds, usually caused by an infection
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He perched confidently and bravely on his handler's gloved hand, waiting for an operation to fix a serious infection called bumblefoot.
Bumblefoot, who quit the band in 2015 after eight years of touring and 325 live dates, remembers how they bravely went back on to the same stage in Dublin in 2012 with a steely determination to win over disgruntled Irish fans.
The last time I had the pleasure of watching the Middle East's premier rock band Point of View perform with guitar god Bumblefoot, it was on the small stage at Ibrida Club.
For me the workshops are a very valuable, important, meaningful part of going on the road," Bumblefoot told the GDN.
They are nice budgies who really enjoy being in the largest cage that we have at the centre, which allows for flight and different size and shaped perches, reducing the risk of bumblefoot.
Bumblefoot is a general term for any inflammatory or degenerative condition of avian foot and may range from a very mild redness or abrasion to chronic, deep seated abscesses.
A number of international artists Jason Mraz, Sting, Bumblefoot and Arkarna posted their support for him on Twitter and Facebook, tagging #Jokowi9Juli and, in Arkarna's case, #ArkarnaVoteJokowi.
Listen to his track Q Fever from his 1995 debut studio album The Adventures of Bumblefoot or his fretless solo in Rhode Island Shred on guitar guru Guthrie Govan's 2006 album Erotic Cakes, and one gets a sense how "insane" he can get.
He makes up a powerful guitar trio with DJ Ashba and Bumblefoot in GNR with charismatic and legendary frontman Axl Rose in front of him.
Damian Lazarus ( Kitty Su), Funkagenda ( Cafe Ludus) and DJ Flynn ( Shiro) will perform on Friday while Bumblefoot and Point of View will perform at Hard Rock Cafe on June 14.
Bassist Tommy Stinson had a shot at the limelight on lead vocals on Motivation while all three guitarists Bumblefoot, Richard Fortus all got their chance to shine.
He said, "The biggest challenge that the hospital faces in protecting the birds are treating them for diseases like Bumblefoot and Aspergillosis.