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Synonyms for red gum

reddish-brown dried gummy exudation from any of several trees of the genus Eucalyptus especially Eucalyptus camaldulensis

very large red gum tree

reddish-brown wood and lumber from heartwood of the sweet gum tree used to make furniture

a North American tree of the genus Liquidambar having prickly spherical fruit clusters and fragrant sap

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It also contains guidance for health professionals who treat patients with diabetes and those at risk for the disease, in addition to providing recommendations on periodontal care that encourage health professionals to conduct annual inquiries for symptoms of periodontal disease, such as swollen or red gums or bleeding during tooth brushing, and to educate their patients with diabetes about the implications of the condition on oral health, particularly periodontal health.
There's a giant gate past Tumgaon that looks like the open jaws of a spotted lion complete with deadly white teeth and blood red gums, which seems an appropriate entry to Barnawapara.
CHART A: TYPICAL ANIMAL VITAL SIGNS Respiration Species Temperature (breaths per minute) DOG (large) 38.3-39.2 [degrees]C 10-20 (101-102.5 [degrees]F) DOG (Small) 38.3-39.2 [degrees]C 10-30 (101-102.5 [degrees]F) CAT 38.1-39.2 [degrees]C 20-30 (100.5-102.5 [degrees]F) CHART B: COMMON ANIMAL ILLNESSES Illness Common Symptoms HEAT STROKE High body temperature; dry nose; fast breathing; vomiting; trembling; red gums. HYPOTHERMIA Low body temperature; overly tired; extreme (overexposure shivering; slow breathing.
Also, monitor their temperature by watching for excessive panting, rapid or frantic breathing, elevated heart rate, and bright red gums, Make sure there is access to clean, cool water, Vomiting or abundant salivation are serious signs of overheating and your pet should be taken to the vet immediately.
Although you should never allow your dog to seriously overheat, look out for bright red gums and tongue, thick saliva, and vomiting: these are signs of heat stroke.
Those who heard Brown read his poems, tell his remarkable "lies," or give his irreverent toasts are convinced of the power of this man whom Sonia Sanchez calls in her tribute poem "griot of the wind/glorifying red gums smiling tom-tom teeth" (92).
Pale to white, yellow, gray, brown, blue, or bright red gums indicate an emergency.
It is also home to large, mature River Red Gums that hold strong cultural significance to the local Arrernte people.
Spring camping trips to Hattah Lakes as a child have left me with fond memories of huge skies, enormous red gums, kangaroos, goannas, waterbirds, red sandy soil and the endless solitude of mallee scrub.
River Red Gums can live for up to a thousand years.
Heavy panting Excessive salivation Inability to get up if they lie down Very red gums Vomiting Rapid pulse WHAT TO DO Cool the animal down gradually by pouring cool (NOT cold) water on it Use any shaded area Allow the animal to drink small amounts of water Once you feel the dog is comfortable, ring the vet Always have water in your car
(1) Australian river red gums (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) are now grown in many countries including Egypt, South Africa.
Pet owners can recognise heatstroke in their pets through signs of unresponsiveness, pale or dark red gums and erratic breathing.