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parera

(ˈpɑːrɛrɑː)
n, pl parera
(Animals) a New Zealand duck, Anas superciliosa, with grey-edged brown feathers. Also called: grey duck
[Māori]
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Brief Score: Sri Lanka 314/8 (Kusal Parera 111, Shafiul Islam 3-62) defeated Bangladesh 223 (Mushfiqur Rahim 67, Sabbir Rahman 60, Lasith Malinga 3-38) by 91 runs.
Estas percepciones coinciden con el discurso cientifico sobre la transmision de CTP (Botella, Crespo, Rivas, Cerrillo, Olea-Serrano y Olea, 2004; Casas, Fernandez, Llop, Guxens, Ballester, Olea, Basterrechea Irurzun, Santa Marina Rodriguez, Riano, Tardon, Vrijheid, Calafat y Sunyer, 2011; Cerrillo, Granada, Lopez-Espinosa, Olmos, Jimenez, Cano, Olea y Olea-Serrano, 2005; Fernandez, Parera, Arrebola, Santa Marina, Vrijheid, Llop, Abalos, Tardon, Castano, Abad y Olea, 2012).
Parera, Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Nepal on behalf of their countries.
Essaouira se parera l'instant de 3 jours de couleurs de l'art gnaoua comme a son habitude.
For Parera & Cantliffe (1994), the response to aeration during the conditioning varies according to species, and the ideal duration period of the treatment can be modified when an aeration system is used.
GCs participate restoring physiological homeostasis of the internal medium and are essential in the maturation of several fetal organs, including brain tissue, skin, gastrointestinal tract and lung tissue, among other is (Audin Parera, 2006).
longicaudis at other sites also identify fish as the main prey item, but differ from the present study, as reptiles and insects were less frequently consumed therein (Parera, 1993; Macias-Sanchez & Aranda, 1999; Quadros & Monteiro-Filho, 2001; Kasper et al, 2004; Casariego et al, 2006; Briones-Salas et al, 2013; Duque-Davila et al, 2013; Rangel-Aguilar & Gallo-Reynoso, 2013; Monterrubio-Rico & Charre- Medellin, 2014; Cruz-Garcia et al, 2017).