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sur·ra

 (so͝or′ə)
n.
An often fatal infectious disease of domestic animals, especially horses, caused by the trypanosome Trypanosoma evansi and usually transmitted by biting insects.

[Marathi sūra, sound of heavy breathing through nostrils, of imitative origin.]
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surra

(ˈsʊərə)
n
(Veterinary Science) a tropical febrile disease of cattle, horses, camels, and dogs, characterized by severe emaciation: caused by the protozoan Trypanosoma evansi and transmitted by fleas
[from Marathi]
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sur•ra

(ˈsʊər ə)

n.
an infectious blood disease, esp. of horses, elephants, and camels, caused by the trypanosome Trypanosoma evansi.
[1885–90; < Marathi sūra heavy breathing sound]
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ACE circle officer Fazal Ahmed Surra conducted the raid under the supervision of magistrate Sobia Sadiq Cheema and also recovered the amount of bribe from EXEN Zubair Qadir who was sent to the district jail after registration of a case against him under sections 161 of Pakistan Penal Code and 5/2/47 of PCA registered with the Gujrat ACE circle.
1986 -- Electrical substation inaugurated in Southern Surra area.
One such reserve is Surra Rangeland Reserve (Fig 1) in which, the ministry conducted a rehabilitation program of re-vegetation with fodder shrubs instead of barley and other measures to improve secondary productivity and sustainability (Le Houerou 1992; Juneidi and Abu-Zanat 1993; Abu-Zanat 1995; Al-Shawaheneh et al.
Among vector-borne protozoan diseases, trypanosomiasis or Surra, babesiosis, anaplasmosis, and diptelonemiasis are principally important (Parsani et al., 2008; Rabana et al., 2011; El-Naga et al., 2016) and characterized by elevated body temperature, anemia, emaciation, lymphadenopathy, edema and sudden death.
His ward Al Lusail, with Ronan Thomas astride, stormed ahead with 200m left in the Local Thoroughbreds and went on to outrun highest-rated Surra Man Raa from outside to win the race.
Other projects include an extension of Salmi highway, and the construction of a northern regional road from Al Mutla'a, in conjunction to finishing works for Phases 2 and 3 of the South Surra Road Upgrade package, which includes the construction of roads, bridges, and sewage systems.
Aside from the undocumented OFWs, the DFA augmentation team will also help the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in the repatriation of more than a thousand distressed HSWs housed at the POLO-OWWA shelters in Al Siddique and Surra, respectively.
The surra proclaims that it is the final teaching of the Buddha.
It mentioned villages such as Beit Lid and Shoufa in the Tulkarm area, Habla in Qalqilya, the northern entrance to Salfit and Surra, the Jeet intersection in the Nablus district, Aboud, Nabi Saleh, Atara, Abu Mishal and Silwad in Ramallah area, Ouja in the Jericho district and the southern entrance to Bethlehem where Israeli forces erected large blocks that prevented free movement of cars.
Nella raccolta di racconti intitolata Giudici (2011) viene messo in scena - come recita la seconda di copertina--il percorso della giustizia italiana dall'Unita a oggi, attraverso le pagine piu scottanti della storia del Paese: dalle origini della mafia alla strage di Bologna (1980); Giancarlo De Cataldo, Andrea Camilleri e Carlo Lucarelli costruiscono tre figure di giudici (il giudice Surra, la Bambina, il Procuratore d'Italia) accomunati dalla strenua volonta di credere che la giustizia sia possibile.