caprid


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caprid

(ˈkæprɪd)
n
a member of the goat family
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CAPRID : COPTIS (POMACENTRIDS) MILDER : MOLGES (PEAR MOLDINGS) MONTES : MANRED PONGAS : PINDAR
[A240] hidu 'adult female caprid' (EW, 656: hi-du 'Schaf, "ewe"'; Hallock (1969: 696) 'adult female goat').
The results of our study suggest that investigations into the MERS-CoV animal reservoir and intermediate host should focus on caprid (e.g., goats) and camelid hosts, and we identified several new cell lines for use in virus isolation studies.
Since 2003, quite a menagerie--but Les Combarelles it is not--has joined the 'caprid' first reported from Church Hole in Antiquity in June 2003.
With an expected variation of [U.sub.8].UDU.HI.A in caprid contracts vs.
The mortuary precincts at Arzhan I (ninth to eighth century B.C.E.) and Arzhan II (seventh century B.C.E.) in Russia's Tuva Republic include horse burials, stone ritual structures, and gold ornaments with images of caprids, felines, and other animals.