agria


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ag·ri·a

 (ăg′rē-ə)
n.
An extensive pustular eruption.

[From Greek agrios, wild; see agro- in Indo-European roots.]

agria

(ˈæɡrɪə)
n
a significant eruption of pustules
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Contract notice: technical adviser, to assist the agency in overseeing the funded subproject: "extension of eel, for the reception of the sewage of the priority settlements c, agria and n.
Potato cultivars: Six potato cultivars (Russet burbank, Agria, Shepody, Granola, Sante and Marabel) were obtained from potato producers of the Adana and Sivas province.
The SEC announced that Agria has agreed to pay $3M to settle charges that it concealed substantial losses from investors through fraudulent accounting in connection with its divestiture of its primary operating entity.
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Fue tan agria la polemica, que Calderon amenazo con dejar el PAN, como nino que si no juega de portero se retira con todo y su balon.
El zumo de naranja agria se destaca nutricionalmente por su contenido de vitamina C, acido folico y minerales como potasio, magnesio y calcio.
According to Agria Pet Insurance, dogs bred by Kennel Club Assured breeders cost owners 18 per cent less in unplanned veterinary fees.
Berger's winning dish of Kerguelen island legine (also known as Patagonian toothfish) and cured goose, and potato shell stuffed with agria espuma among other elements, ultimately triumphed over those of the other nine contestants.
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1 Choose Maris Piper potatoes (in the restaurant, we use a variety called Agria, but they're hard to find in high street shops).
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