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chamois

1. sheepskin specially impregnated with fish oil to make it pliable; used for cleaning.
2. an agile goat-antelope; Rupicapra rupicapra.

chamois contagious ecthyma virus
see contagious ecthyma.
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According to the company co-founder, the whole team at Kiserena believes that every honest and sincere 5-star review they receive from their customers lets others know that when they buy the Kiserena Chamois Towel, they can be confident that they are getting a superior quality product that will perform up to their expectations.
The chamois is a thicker to give comfort for longer bike rides.
Udderly Smooth Chamois Cream can be applied to the skin or to the chamois, depending on preference.
Eggs harvested on the chamois substrate suffered significantly more damage during stalk removal as compared to those deposited on bond paper (F = 417.
Competition is not likely to occur between chamois and selective browser species, such as roe deer Capreolus capreolus, due to different feeding habits (Homolka 1996, Bertolino et al.
Like most modern-day seekers, I had a bunch of ibex and chamois.
Bmel3 was isolated from the chamois (online Appendix Table 1).
For example, one collection of premium chamois mats is based on sacred Islamic sites like the Masjid Al Haram, Masjid Al Nabawi and Al Aqsa Mosque.
Then, take the cap off the other end and watch the flexible chamois tip clear fingerprints, grease marks, and other pesky marks you are having to look through.
It looks drab and uninviting, with windows in need of a good chamois.
The step tube can also double as a storage area for chamois, tools or other small items.
The permit regime for shooting chamois in Bulgaria will not be relaxed, in spite of earlier legislative plans to do so.