Zubr


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n.1.(Zool.) The aurochs.
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FFM also contains anti-nutrive compounds such as glucosinolates, tannins, phytic acid and sinapine (Matthaus and Zubr, 2000).
His fingerprints matched those found in the burgled house, where he had discarded an empty can of Zubr, a Polish beer.
China is the latest customer of Ukrainian built Zubr (Project 1232.
Polish lagers including Tyskie, Lech, Zywiec and Zubr helped drive up beer sales overall by 1.
The hovercraft is a Zubr (Bison) and it's also used by the Hellenic Navy of Greece.
The P-800 Oniks, also known in export markets as Yakhont (in English means ruby or sapphire), is a Russian/Soviet supersonic anti-ship cruise missile developed by NPO Mashinostroyeniya as a ramjet version of P-80 Zubr.
Up to now, the animal dubbed "Zubr" in Czech had only survived in the names of villages such as Zubri et Zubrnice, as well as in the names of popular drinks, the Zubr beer and Zubrovka vodka.
In response to a request by the country's Jewish community Ukraine's police force is investigating ZUBR, one of the Web sites that reported the speeches.
Ukraine, August 3 2009: In a letter addressed to the regional prosecutor on August 3, 2009, leaders of the Jewish community of Odessa requested an investigation of ZUBR (for Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia), which publishes antisemitic articles on its website and in its other publications.
25) A prime example of failure in the face of unfavourable circumstances is the mobilization campaign of Zubr, an Otpor-trained youth movement in Belarus, against the autocratic president Alexander Lukashenka.