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a problem in doe goats. Pseudopregnancy is terminated by the sudden evacuation of a large volume of fluid from the uterus. Abdominal distention subsides and the doe begins an indifferent lactation.
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Violent cloudbursts this summer have been mainly attributed to unstable atmospheric conditions over the Japanese archipelago.
Uttarakhand, one of the most vulnerable states because of landslides and cloudbursts, does not have a body for disaster response
New Delhi, Aug 16 (ANI): The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, will undertake a day long visit to Leh on Tuesday, which was hit by a cloudburst and flash floods, which claimed around 200 lives and left over 400 injured.
The Meteorological Agency says that the frequency of strong cloudbursts is increasing.
The weather has been worsened by the heatwave currently over much of Europe, which is reacting with the depressions to generate storms and cloudbursts.
The cloudbursts over the weekend coming on top of a wet spring have left us with some patches of ground towards the middle of the track - just after the mile start - that are unsuitable, so we decided to switch the distances.
Thunderstorms hit Southern California on Tuesday, leading to three deaths in Mojave Desert flash floods and unusual summer cloudbursts in the San Fernando Valley.
More cohesive was Francis Dhomont's Chiaroscuro, its sequence of events moving impressively around the hall; yet even here we were left contemplating a soap-opera whose anonymous characters travel on trains and planes, get caught in cloudbursts, turn on the food-mixer, and play badly-tuned radios.
A third of Ireland was hit by storm-force winds and monsoon-style cloudbursts.
Generally cloudbursts are associated with thunderstorms.
The bustling sale ground on Friday indicated plenty of early interest despite intermittent cloudbursts.
Chopin's torrential harmonies, as well as his gentler cloudbursts of melody, unite here in passionate precision.