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any of various infectious viral diseases of animals

paint made by mixing the pigments with water and a binder

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a painting created with paint that is made by mixing the pigments with water and a binder

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a method of painting in which the pigments are mixed with water and a binder

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Answer: Canine distemper is a highly contagious viral disease of dogs that attacks the respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract and central nervous system.
Tenders are invited for Renovation of Room No 2 and its attached Toilet in SS Block of IASRI, New Delhi:Distempering with oil bound washable distemper of approved brand and manufacture to give an even shade : New work (two or more coats) over and including water tinna-ble priming coat with cement primer.
The animals' immune systems may even retain some "memory" that would prevent distemper in the future, but this isn't yet established, says study coauthor Richard Plemper, a virologist at Georgia State University in Atlanta.
Veronika von Messling from the Paul-Ehrlich-Institute, the researchers tested the drug by turning to a virus very closely related to measles virus, the canine distemper virus, which causes a highly lethal infection in ferrets.
Biogal announced that the Canine Vaccicheck, an in house titer test kit for Parvo Distemper and Hepatitis, has been successfully registered in Canada.
Second Chance is also offering the distemper vaccine (DA2PPV) for $5 for each animal.
Maybe you remember the old distemper days, when dogs were struck down by a truly horrific disease that started with mild respiratory signs and usually ended with encephalitis and death.
A good rule of thumb is that the puppy will need three distemper combination shots (these shots include distemper and four to six other vaccinations in one dose).
Canine distemper is a highly contagious infectious disease of canine and feline species caused by canine distemper virus (CDV), a member of family Paramyxoviridae (1).
If you live in a period property that hasn't been decorated for many years, flaking paint may be caused by distemper (an old-fashioned paint).
THE GBGB confirmed yesterday that the quarantine order has been lifted from the Essex kennels of Chris Cronin after tests relating to a possible case of canine distemper proved negative, writes Phil Donaldson.
And administers a distemper and rabies shot while he's at it.
First and Only Three-Year Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvovirus Vaccine Now Available to Pet Owners through Veterinarians
The final work, Silikon, Leim, Acryl, Aluminium (Silicon, Rabbit-Skin Glue, Acrylic, Aluminum), 2005, a white silicon shape on a sky blue ground of distemper, resembled chewing gum stretched to the point of splitting apart.
The infectious canine distemper disease has been found in Sierra Madre, La Canada-Flintridge and possibly in Arcadia, Pasadena, Glendale and Tujunga, officials said.