marmot


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stocky coarse-furred burrowing rodent with a short bushy tail found throughout the northern hemisphere

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The employees of conservation of biodiversity and nature reserves of SAEPF department completed accounting of marmots, said SAEPF on July 5.
The UK Marmot Network invited seven of the most deprived cities to work together to come up with the most reliable way of reducing health inequalities for good.
In 2013, the UK Marmot Network invited seven of the most deprived cities to work together to come up with the most reliable way of reducing health inequalities for good.
It feeds largely on gerbils, pikas, rodents, voles and partridges and sometimes marmots. Snowfall in winters makes its habitat more complex for its survival, compelling it to move down from mountains in search of food and prey.
Report author Sir Michael Marmot, of Uni-versity College London, said: "Were this to keep on, we'd become the sick man and woman of Europe." He urged ministers to tackle "deepening problems with the nation's health".
Professor Sir Michael Marmot said the stagnation since 2010 needed "urgent" investigation.
From the opening of ICN proceedings to the closing presentations from the World Medical Association immediate past president Michael Marmot, and incoming World Health Organization director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, we were reminded repeatedly about health inequalities.
"It grieves me to think how much pain and distress she must have suffered," said Myfanwy's daughter Sussannah Marmot.
The Health Gap: The Challenge of an Unequal World by Michael Marmot
Not long ago, I encountered a yellow-bellied marmot. It's a mountain species--it shouldn't be here.
More than 200,000 people in the UK are dying prematurely because of social inequalities according to Sir Michael Marmot, who is about to become president of the World Medical Association.
My real name is yellow-bellied marmot, but I like my nickname.
Hillgrove Angel 6.30 Windsor SP forecast Evens Still a maiden after 13 starts but has run some solid races in defeat and pulled ten lengths clear of the remainder when third to useful stayer Marmot in a 1m2f handicap at Brighton last time.