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cabré

(ˈkɑːbreɪ)
adj
(of the image of a horse) having the front legs in the air and standing nearly upright
[C20: from French, from cabrer to rear up]
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Assim, pode-se dizer que um leite de cabra apropriado ao consumo pode ser obtido em condicoes bastante artesanais, usando-se equipamentos simples e baratos.
Frogmen from the PCG's Special Operations Group and a medical joined BRP Cabra to search for the diver, Balilo said.
There was a major upset in the second semi-final where Cabra Hurricane was beaten for the first time in the competition.
Lugs Branno was actually first to show but within yards the red jacket could be seen hitting top gear and Ardnasool Jet took up the running followed by Cabra Hurricane and Cronody Tadhg.
El promedio de animales por hato fue de 62,18 cabezas y un mayor numero de animales en el hato se correlaciono con mayor produccion de leche por cabra (r= 0,352) y con mayor tiempo de pastoreo (r= 0,390).
It remembers the members of the first Battalion, Irish Volunteers as many of them came from the local areas of Cabra, Phibsborough and Stoneybatter.