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goral

an intermediate type between goat and antelope. Look, smell and climb like goats but have wide muzzles like antelopes and are not bearded. Called also Naemorhedus spp.
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Talking to this scribe on Friday, the area people claimed that at least seven grey gorals had been found dead in the Beer area during last one week.
Doctor Ibrar Hussain, who performed the autopsy, said that Grey Gorals are dying due to an unknown virus.
One day, a local farmer brought him a [hunted] goral as a gift, but it shocked him, as he thought these wild animals were the beauty of the area,' said Muhammad Alam, a nephew of Fatah Khan.
Goral pleaded last month to a charge of conspiracy to steal on the basis that she was only involved in the two thefts on January 13, 2012.
The Himalayan grey goral (Naemorhedus goral bedfordi: family Bovidae, order Artiodactlyla, class Mammalia) is a cliff-dwelling rupicaprine (Fakhar-i-Abbas et al.
According to Sawinski and Goral (2014), "in the setting of immunosuppression, the virus reactivates and begins to replicate, triggering a cascade of events starting with tubular cell lysis and viruria.
Arguably, one part of the future of manufacturing at Ford began some 20 years ago when, Goral says, they began piloting virtual engineering operations.
2% owned by Polish sector player Asseco Poland (WAR:SFT), will pay USD10m (EUR 7m) in dividend for 2010, Asseco's CEO Adam Goral said at a news conference today.
Jones, and me about hunting leopard, sloth bear, sambar, Himalayan black bear, chital, nilgai, barking deer and the strange wild goats, goral and serow .
Polish software solutions provider Asseco Poland (WAR:SFT) is to acquire a Nasdaq-listed competitor by the middle of September to speed up its growth, the company's chief executive Adam Goral said at a news conference on Monday.
For example, Soloveitchik makes a vital distinction between goral (fate), what circumstances dictate, and yi'ud (destiny), a faith journey pursued through deliberate choice, often in opposition, to societal norms and at great sacrifice.