avine

avine

(ˈeɪvaɪn)
adj
a variant form of avian
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Governor Ortom stated this during a thanksgiving in Makurdi in honour of the Majority Leader of the Benue State House of Assembly, Rt Hon Avine Agbom.
This result confirmed by (47) used RAPD markers to analyze Avine E.coli isolates from the USA (predominately, Gorgia) It is concluded that RAPD provides a rapid and powerful tool to study the epidemiology of avain E.
At the beginning of the nineteenth century, French naval surgeon Gregoire Avine remarked upon 'a great consumption of brettes, a kind of spinach that provides an ample and healthy food for the creoles, who do not dine well unless they have a platter of brettes on their table'.
SFA assistant director Avine McNally said: "Statistics show entrepreneurs learn from their mistakes and are more successful in the future.
Morpeth's B team finish 43rd with Sarah Graham their quickest and Durham City finished 52nd with Avine Fox the best of the cathedral city's trio.
My poultry expert had explained early on during our avine investigations that wings must be clipped to prevent our soon-to-be egg suppliers taking flight.
240 one day old male Avine broilers were randomly allocated to four treatment groups, each with four pens of 15 chicks, and were fed with the same basal diet of a corn-soybean meal with [beta]-glucosidase added at the amount of 0% (as the control group), 0.2%, 0.4%, and 0.6%, respectively.
Luchters, Stanley, Avine Santa, Scott Geibel, Matthew Chersich, Paul Munyao, Susan Keel, Kishor Mandaliya, Naomi Rutenberg, and Marleen Temmerman.
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