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a district in India where the condition was first described in 1842.
Madura foot - infectious fungal disease localized predominantly in the foot, having discharge from the exposed area. Synonym(s): Ballingall disease; maduromycosis
maduromycosis - Synonym(s): Madura foot
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A total of 229 head of cattle including Simmental Purebred (n = 19), Simmental Crossbred (n = 27), Ongole Grade (n = 27), Bali (n = 20), Pesisir (n = 13), Holstein Friesian (n = 20), Sumba Ongole (n = 38), Madura (n = 20), Banteng (n = 20), and Pasundan cattle (n = 25) were used for blood sampling.
Indisputably, Venezuela's Madura regime is responsible for the oppression of its people, marginalization, disrespect for the constitution and the rule of law, true and fair elections, and, in its wake, has created an exodus of migrants in search of survival and development.
Responding to a question about reports that Madura had recently sent a letter to the Vatican, the pope confirmed one had been received but said he had not yet read it.
The other Lake Zurich bowlers were Madura (2,547), Brett Schnur (2,465), Morrison (2,444), Jason Czabaj (751) and Alex Kouros (385).
Madura condemned anti-Palestinian and anti-Venezuelan measures by the United States Administration, describing them as inhumane and a violation of international law.
Political studies about Madura are scarce in Indonesian, let alone in English.
Viral antigen or gene detection in the sera was not performed prior to virus isolation, since the main purpose of the present study was to examine the phylogenetic relationship of Madura isolates.
Oil & gas company CNOOC Limited (NYSE:CEO) (TSX:CNU) reported on Monday the start of flow of gas and condensate from Indonesia's BD gas field located in Madura Strait at a water depth of approximately 55 metres .
The BD gas field is situated in Madura Strait at a water depth of around 55 meters.