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small donkey used as a pack animal

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rd] United European Gastroenterology Week in Barcelona later this month, Professor Burra explains; "Successful cancer prevention requires a combination of individual action and support for individuals to make the lifestyle changes needed to stay healthy.
Burra Brook Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 is full on flavour but lacks a little finesse.
And she recently received a thank you note sent on behalf of William and Kate fora Burra Bear gifted to their baby son Prince George.
Burra added that this could be a second chance for patients with advanced hepatitis C liver disease, liver transplants and for those who continue to suffer post-surgery, it's important for us to keep following up all avenues possible to improve their quality of life.
Besides its signature butter chicken, Burra Kebab, Chicken Pakora, Chicken Tikka Achari, its menu also caters to the vegetarian palate with equal choices from dishes such as Makhamali panir tikka, Makhani Panir, Dal Moti Mahal and Subz Sizzler etc.
For a good week-day wine that's lightly oaked and nicely fruit-driven, try Burra Brook Chardonnay 2012, Australia (PS7.
Pair it with your mutton burra, chicken changezi and mixed vegetable jhalfrezi.
The Mini Mughal good food show doesn't stop here -- the Seekh Kebabs ( ` 350) are an ode to spicy succulence; the Chicken Reshmi ( ` 240 / ` 440) melts in the mouth as you bite into its quilt of chickpea flour and egg yolks; the Chicken Tandoori ( ` 210 / ` 390), if you choose to ignore its overexpressed sunset hue, releases the most heart- warming juices; and the Mutton Burra ( ` 440) comes with the right balance of bite and chewiness.
Perth, Australia, Feb 4, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - Archer Exploration Limited (ASX:AXE) exploration activities during the six months ended 31 December 2012 focused on exploration of the Group's Campoona and Sugarloaf Graphite projects, on the Leigh Creek Magnesite deposits and airborne EM surveys over the Company's Burra Region copper and gold targets.
Douglas had a remarkable eye, and the collection now contains a number of significant names in the roll-call of 20th-century, largely British painters: Edward Burra, Elizabeth Frink, Eric Gill, Patrick Heron, William Roberts, Graham Sutherland and Georges Rouault, among others.
Binna Burra BrisbaneOs Binna Burra Eco Resort Adds Sky Lodges.
Walker begins by assuming his own family history and the small South Australian town of Burra in which much of it is based are boring.
Another favorite was a nightmarish painting by Edward Burra, Soldiers at Rye, 1941, of uniformed men in grotesque carnival masks.
Part royal court, part chorus, they switch between lively activity and freezing in a series of tableaux reminiscent of Edward Burra paintings - their faces transfixed in gargoyle grimaces of relief or horror.