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suid

wild pig, e.g. wart hog, babirusa, bush pigs.
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The surface collection has been remained the primary way of collecting the suid fossils.
These features associate the sample to the large sized Siwalik suid Tetraconodon.
Suid has organized these titles into three categories--feature films, made-for-television movies, and documentaries--beginning as early as 1898 with a Spanish-American War docudrama short, Battle of Manila Bay, and ending with the 2005 World War II prisoner-of-war rescue trek, The Great Raid.
SUID investigators should consider that SIDS claims more infant lives in the United States than congenital anomalies, illnesses, injuries, and homicides combined.
Beyond the films themselves, Suid conducted extensive research in the National Archives; the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Library in Beverly Hills, California; the Library of Congress, and the USC and UCLA cinema-television and film studies libraries, respectively.
In fact, says Suid, their purposes were many, among which were to educate, inspire, influence, and propagandize, but especially to entertain and make money.
The decrease in mortality caused by SIDS and SUID is encouraging because both account for a large proportion of postneonatal deaths among the overall population (1).
Suid actually read the book before he wrote his demonstrably false review.
Additional information on the SUID Initiative is available at http://www.
Reducing infant deaths from SIDS and SUIDs is a top priority of pediatric nurses.
Many SUIDs cases are caused by accidental suffocation and entrapment.
Also the petrified bony bits and pieces of dentition of ruminants (Rhinoceros, Giraffids, Suids and Bovids) were discovered from Dhok Bun Ameer Khatoon, Chakwal.