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chamois

1. sheepskin specially impregnated with fish oil to make it pliable; used for cleaning.
2. an agile goat-antelope; Rupicapra rupicapra.

chamois contagious ecthyma virus
see contagious ecthyma.
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melitensis biovar 3 from a chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) in the Southern French Alps.
Iberian ibex and chamois are the most abundant animals at El Esquilleu (Figure 2; Tables S2 & S3 in online supplementary material).
Dubbed the Rolls-Royce of car cleaning cloths, the DrySoft Chamois can absorb five times its weight in water.
The chamois leather culture is on the rise in Britain, and it has absolutely nothing to do with polishing cars.
In consultations since the imposition of provisional duties, Brussels has faced Chinese criticism that it was acting unfairly by ignoring similar cheap prices in Turkish chamois exports.
And to help reduce the friction between your perineum and the seat, Cole recommends keeping your sensitive spots lubricated with Butt Balm or Chamois Butter.
Up to now, the closest I've been to a chamois was when drying off the car after it's been washed.
Fabric options include 100-percent cotton chamois and brushed cotton/polyester, and 100-percent brushed polyester/100-percent nylon.
For a budget alternative, try wrapping a Mars bar in tinfoil and chamois leather.
Guide Hubert pointed out the aft end of a young tan chamois grazing.
Among their topics are balancing management needs for conserving biodiversity in Grand Canyon National Park, determining the optimum management strategy for Kure Mountains National Park in Turkey, protecting chamois in the Slovak National Parks, Amgoseli in Kenya as a case study of dilemmas in balancing conservation and strong tourism interests in a small national park, microbial diversity supporting unique ecosystems as exemplified by Spain's Donana National Park, and valuing benefits of wildlife tourism in remote protected areas such as Gron Morne in maritime Canada.