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red water

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1. (Veterinary Science) a disease of cattle caused by the protozoan Babesia (or Piroplasma) bovis, which destroys the red blood cells, characterized by the passage of red or blackish urine. It is transmitted by tick bites
2. (Veterinary Science) any of various other animal diseases characterized by haematuria
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Noun1.red water - a disease of cattle; characterized by hematuria
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
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As I stood sick and confused I saw again the moving thing upon the shoal--there was no mistake now that it was a moving thing--against the red water of the sea.
What is more, this lot were thoroughly "salted," that is, they had worked all over South Africa, and so had become proof, comparatively speaking, against red water, which so frequently destroys whole teams of oxen when they get on to strange "veldt" or grass country.
255) mentions red water off Lima, apparently produced by the same cause.
I read today in Seeds of Gold that in your vet's kit you might have cure for red water in cows?
On the stage, five people representing labor unions of registered nurses, engineers, logistics workers, and bus drivers threw pig livers soaked with bloody red water at pictures of President Tsai Ing-wen and Premier William Lai to show their anger.
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The Royal Yacht Britannia Over 250 Days Out entertain you this During his visit to the Nye Bevan stones, Mr Corbyn said he had admired Mr Morgan's attempts in office to create "clear red water" between the two administrations, adding: "Maybe we can narrow the red water and we can walk across it.
There's an iceberg the size of Rhode Island, and red water for
the red water we call River running to the confluence of two.
Police and politicians in India are being criticised for responding slowly, and on Monday police red water cannons at members of the public who had gathered to protest in Uttar Pradesh.
Nez and dozens of other residents of the Red Water Pond Road community, who have already had to leave their homes at least twice since 2007 because of the contamination, are now facing a more permanent relocation.
Talks with various agencies were held soon after the red water appeared, but they drew a blank over what to do.