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Cal·vé

(kahl-vā'),
Jacques, French orthopedic surgeon, 1875-1954. See: Calvé-Perthes disease, Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease.

calve

act of parturition by a cow or other mammal producing a calf as offspring.
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Once they were detangled, I managed to calve the forwards calf then the calf that was coming backwards.
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LDDD spokesman said that the livestock growers individually or collectively have to register at least 10 calves of one month along its mother buffaloes and they are bound to get registered from the nearby veterinary hospital or department.
Table 1 shows the effect of sex of calf, parity of cow and season of calving on birth weight, weaning weight at 7 months and pre-weaning average daily gains (from birth up to 7 months) of the Friesian x Sanga calves.
Jimmy Barling said Monday that DNA tests will be done on tissue samples from the three bull calves and the one heifer calf to satisfy those who may question the births from one mother.
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