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garget

(gär′gĭt)
n.
Mastitis of domestic animals, especially cattle.

garget

An obsolete term for mastitis of sheep or cattle.

garget

1. mastitis.
2. phytolaccaamericana.
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Police said the garget can detect any attempts to break into homes and can protect houses against thieves in the absence of owners.
About Karachi action, Khan said during the last four days, Rangers carried out 74 targeted raids arresting 158 criminals involved in garget killing, extortion, kidnapping for ransom and terrorism and also recovered 111 weapons from pistols to Kalashnikovs besides 1862 pieces of ammunition.
The statement accused the Taliban of planting the mine to garget security forces.
The research was divided into three zones Nahan to Kala- Amb in Sirmaur district; Pinjore to Bharat Garh in Solan and Santokh Garg to Garget.
Today, we remember the North East men who took part in Operation Chastise - Flight Lieutenant Francis Bill Garget, from Forest Hall, Flight Engineer Ivan Whittaker, of Walkerville, Fred Whitfield, of Horsley Hill in Northumberland and Newcastle lad David Cookson.
The Buteira Military Airport, 10 km to the northwest of Amara city, had been garget for two Katusha rockets late Tuesday night, that caused no human or material losses," the security source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Mastitis (called garget or mammitis in the old books) called for such remedies as carrot ointment (simmer grated carrots in lard to make an ointment); an ointment of tallow, beeswax, rosin and a little currier's oil to make it spread better; and hog's lard as an ointment.