Boran


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Boran

a variety of Bos indicus milking cattle bred in central and northern Africa. Horned, white or gray, sometimes pied or red.
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Boran dairy cattle. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Among the Boran, any slaughter process whether in the home or at a public party is done traditionally by adult males.
Although zebu cattle are usually susceptible to trypanosomosis, some zebu breeds that inhabit tsetse-infested regions, such as the Nuba Mountain Zebu, Mongolla or the Orma Boran, and the Mursi have been reported to have relatively reasonable levels of tolerance to trypanosomosis, as a result of local evolutionary adaptation (Ruttledge, 1928; Rege and Tawah, 1999; Terefe et al.
In addition to poetry, Boran and Smyth include many songs: "Dicey Reilly," "The Zoological Gardens," "The Humours of Donnybrook," "The Waxies Dargle," and James Yorkston's "Molly Malone (Cockles and Mussels)" and Liam Reilly's "Summer in Dublin," (Bagatelle) as well as lyrics by Zozimus and Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy).
For example for Industries Qatar, we estimate a 10 percent decline in product price would result in a 24 percent decline in profits as some product prices (urea) were already low, and may not see sharp further drops" Afa Boran, Head of Asset Management, said.
Acute toxicity of carbaryl was also investigated by Boran et al.
1) Muay Boran is a collection of non-sporting forms of muay purported to represent the origins of Muay Thai.
Local populations include the Boran, the Samburu and the Somali although there is a vibrant cosmopolitan community in the small urban centre.
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19) Likewise, the re-establishment of the boran (old or traditional style of practice) movement in 1989 and its reliance on 'nonorthodox' practices and rituals (20) reflects a continuity with Brahmanic beliefs and spirit cults in Cambodian Buddhism in the precolonial and colonial periods.
Idil Boran argues that we should frame our burden distribution process in terms of the sharing of risk.
Elizabethanne Boran examines the evidence for how the library was used, through the book-borrowing records that reveal who borrowed books, what was borrowed and the nature of the college library in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.
Kejuram Kumaria, from the neighbouring Boran village, said: " We need hospitals here for people as well as animals.