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ox

(oks) [Fr. ox(idize)]
In toxicology, an abbreviation for an oxidizing agent. The abbreviation is used to label containers that hold potentially hazardous substances such as bleaches and cleansers.
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Try the Asian water buffalo. On this one there is no doubt: A mature bull will weigh well over a ton, legitimately 25 percent larger than even an extra-big Cape buffalo.
Material: This study was carried out using Anatolian buffaloes from Afyonkarahisar province (38o 45' 35" N and 30o 32' 23" E) registered in the National Anatolian Water Buffalo Improvement Program conducted by the General Directorate of Agricultural Research and Policies of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry in Turkey.
For the preparation of the minced water buffalo meat, buffalo meat (Bubalus bubalis) was taken from the shoulder of the adult female (about 3 to 4 years of age) buffalo carcass conditioned at 4[degrees]C [+ or -] 1[degrees]C for 24 h obtained from the local slaughterhouse (Meat and Milk Institution, Erzurum, Turkey).
Therefore, bubaline leptin gene exon 2, part of the intron 1 and intron 2 region were amplified and sequenced to identify nucleotide variations in Anatolian water buffaloes.
* Andean Plain Pure grass-fed water buffalo milk cultured to a creamy, tangy perfection.
Utilizes injection-molded belt clip and barrel retention holster like the original Versacarry Zero-bulk design with the addition of a distressed brown water buffalo leather dual comfort guard that prevents the gun from digging into the body.
Buffalo is the founder and owner of the Water Buffalo, a retailer of supplies for hobby beer and winemakers, cheese makers and specialty gardeners (think hydroponic) at 106 S.
A WATER buffalo had to be shot dead after escaping from a Midland farm and seriously injuring a man who got in its way.
The petite blonde dairywoman, and owner of Ramini Mozzarella approaches 800 pounds of immovable water buffalo, in this case, "Bette Midler." With measured and determined barnyard goading she gets the unrushed animal moving.
The other two are variations of water buffalo. Exactly how this can occur in the same general area is puzzling, but the forest variety is much smaller in both body and horn.