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nide

 (nīd)
n.
A nest or brood of pheasants.

[Latin nīdus, nest; see sed- in Indo-European roots.]

nide

(naɪd)
n
(Zoology) another word for nye
[C17: from Latin nīdus nest]

Nide

 a nest or brood of young birds. See also bike.
Examples: nide of eggs, 1896; of geese; of pheasants, 1679.
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The CDOs were served and implemented by a team from EMB MIMAROPA, PENRO Palawan, CENRO Taytay, CENRO Coron, and El Nido Protected Area Management Office together with the local government units (LGUs) of El Nido and Coron.
El Nido, one of the country's top tourist spots, has been spared from imminent closure that threatened similar destinations across the country, following an interagency meeting between the DENR, the Department of Tourism, the Department of the Interior and Local Government and other organizations on Aug.
The decision is that we will continue the rehabilitation (of El Nido)," Cimatu said.
we will continue the rehabilitation by imposing a no swimming policy in certain parts of Bacuit Bay, including the El Nido Estero, Cabugao, Masagana and Corong-corong outfalls," Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu told a press briefing yesterday.
Estudios previos sobre la biologia de los volantones despues de salir del nido eran limitados, pero necesarios para desarrollar estrategias efectivas de conservacion.
Para los dos nidos de aguila real se encontraron 2,141 acaros de 68 especies ubicados en 49 familias; en el Nido I se obtuvieron 312 acaros de 26 especies de los cuales, nueve especies (ocho familias) pertenecen al orden Mesostigmata, cinco especies (cinco familias) al suborden Prostigmata, dos especies (dos familias) al cohorte Astigmatina y 10 especies de nueve familias pertenecientes al suborden Oribatida s.str.
The said section 5 pertains to the El Nido's new island hopping rates.
Understanding the pivotal role of a mother in the upbringing of her child, NESTLE NIDO arranged multiple events that celebrated the beauty of motherhood and educated mothers about the importance of specialized nutrition for growing up children.
1.) It has come to the attention of DIASPORA WATCH WORLDWIDE that one Kenneth Gbandi (chairman of NIDO Europe) has embarked on yet another scam to organise Diaspora Day 2018 in London.
Los dias de exposicion fueron el total de dias que cada nido estuvo en observacion (Mayfield, 1975; Jehle et al., 2004).
Se registro informacion de seis nidos de Dermochelys coriacea (Linnaeus, 1766), seis de Lepidochelys olivacea (Eschssholtz, 1829) y un solo nido de Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus, 1758).
Police spokesman Amir Waheed told here on Wednesday that SHO Raza Abad police, on a tip-off, conducted raid and arrested Rana Naveed alias Nido (ring leader of Nido gang) of Chak No.217-RB along with his accomplices Sheikh Abbas, Rehan Chohan and Mehr Hamza.