Bengal

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Bengal

a breed of cats developed from crossing Asian leopard cats with domestic cats. It has a long, muscular body, small rounded ears, large oval eyes and a short coat with large tabby-like markings. The breed is affected by entropion.
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Ghezawi stressed the ministry's keenness to enhance the legal protection framework for guest laborers in general, and Bengalese laborers in particular through the implementation of the law on violators, and increasing media and awareness campaigns for guest laborers.
Under the Martial Law regime, the sense of alienation among the Bengalese intensified due to non-participatory political institutions and processes.
The Sydney Herald observed in March 1837 that Bengalese labourers being recruited for Mauritius would make excellent shepherds in New South Wales but, if their superstitions proved 'invincible', Chinese could be procured.
Young Boys supporters burn Bengalese fires during last season's Champions League clash against Stuttgart
The Bengalese study [9] also noted similar clustering of TG with glycemia variables.
reached the Tunisian border center, among them Egyptian, Bengalese, including
AFP reported that 24 flights from Djerba Zarzis international airport were organized, carrying 2500 Bengalese, 2000 Ghanes and 700 from Mali to their countries.
However, opened in 2007, Taste of India has been a quiet North Tyneside success story, a well-run Indian and Bengalese restaurant which offers unfussy, traditional, well-cooked food at a competitive price.
In a study of budgerigars and zebra and Bengalese finches (5) (J.
With the support of the county's disability forum and wife Shirley, he now looks after more than 20 feathered creatures, ranging from African parakeets to white fantail doves and Bengalese finches.
Peterman catalog, where she writes eroticized blurbs for products like Bengalese Galoshes and the Urban Sombrero.