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Mynah

A brand name for the anti-TUBERCULOSIS drug ETHAMBUTOL and for other anti-tuberculosis drugs.
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Appropriate diagnostic methods are essential for early diagnosis and treatment of these potentially fatal diseases in mynahs. Differing protocols for diagnosis of hepatic diseases include clinical pathologic testing, diagnostic imaging, and clinical findings.
I told the domestic staff to be alert and armed with a thick stick, while moving around the compound, stressing the fact that they should pay heed to our very efficient anti snake alarm system the Mynah birds, who have over the years claimed my house as their own.
The baseline hematological values of hill mynahs in Thailand that have been established by Archawaranon [5] are the closest available reference for the hematological values of G.
Crows, mynahs and kites will kill them," says Geeta Seshamani, co-founder & secretary, Wildlife SOS.
The other day I saw a worker scoop away a bagful of dead mynahs and crows," said a British woman visiting the park.
Tracey Dunkley Playgroup leader Newbold Mynahs Coalville, Leicestershire
The hill mynahs have made the dense forest of Kanger Valley their home.
Appropriately, given Phelan's concern with popular media, the drawings were also presented as a "deluxe double limited edition" zine, on sale during the show for the bargain price of ten euros and including an essay by ornithologist Glynn Anderson offering facts, figures, and folklore relating to the mynah. While real mynahs apparently congregate around communication towers, each "Radio Sculpture" includes a three-dimensional bird figure posed beside a microphone.
Ring-necked parakeets and Indian mynahs are common in Abu Dhabi while the Indian house crow population is seen to be increasing.
The hotel's gardens are a birdwatchers' paradise with little brightred Madagascar fodys, Indian mynahs and tufted bulbuls all noisily flitting among the palm and mango trees.
The event at St John's House Museum, Warwick, from 7.30pm, will see keeper of natural history, Steve Falk, present a slide show and talk called Moghuls and Mynahs.
Many magpie-robins were also killed by introduced rats, cats and mynahs.