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Feer

(fār),
Emil, Swiss pediatrician, 1864-1955. See: Feer disease.
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g., Emmons y Feer, 1997; Tirira, 2007), pero cabe indicar que el especimen colectado en este trabajo fue atrapado en un bosque intervenido donde se realizan actividades de exploracion minera; ademas, el ejemplar liberado fue capturado en horas de la manana, en el campamento de la compania KINROSS y, segun informacion del Departamento Ambiental de la minera, esta raposa se encontraba en el area de tratamiento de desechos organicos (G.
Emmons and Feer (1997) reported an elevational range from 200 to 2,700 m; the new specimens we report herein are from 81 and 88 m.
75, mdo sde, am, 14,2] and P 1012, mdo sna tshogs, mdo, u, 6b3, has lha dang mi dad par byed pa'i cho phrul shin tu rmad du byung ba de mthong nas, with dad par byed ba rendered as "qui force a croir" in Feer (28 note 1).
EMMONS, L.H.& FEER, F., 1997.--Neotropical Rainforest Mammals, a field guide.
These species are common in high forest where other large terrestrial mammals such as tapir, brocket deers are also present (Feer et al.
Scolomys melanops es considerada una especie rara y muy poco conocida (Hice 2001, Hice & Schmidly 2002), se distribuye al norte de los rios Maranon y Amazonas en bosques primarios no perturbados con sotobosque denso (Emmons & Feer 1997).
This is already the 10th time TOSI has worked with TAMI and TAITRA to organize the Swiss Pavilion at the TIMTOS," says Jost Feer, director of the Trade Office of Swiss Industries (TOSI).
Para identificar a los felinos (tigrillo Leopardus wiedii y ocelote Leopardus pardalis), seguimos las descripciones y caracteristicas descritas en la literatura (Emmons & Feer 1997, Murray & Gardner 1997, Aranda 2000, Botello et al.
* Oscar Jorda, University of California, Davis, and Alan Taylor, University of California, Davis and NBER, "The Carry Trade and Fundamentals: Nothing to Fear but FEER Itself"
Even under the Bancroft family, FEER had been in a stepchild that nobody particularly wanted.
The fall below $50 reflects an assumption that demand will be affected not only in Western countries but in China and India, whose rapid growth was a also major force pushing prices to record highs earlier this year, said Jason Feer of energy market analysts Argus Media.