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a lumpy abscess under the hide of domestic mammals caused by larvae of a botfly or warble fly

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sing or play with trills, alternating with the half note above or below

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sing by changing register

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There are two major species of warble fly that infest cattle i.e.
The prevalence and treatment of goat warbles in Fort Munro Rakni, Pakistan.
Abstract Sero-epidemiological studies were conducted on goat warble fly, Przhevalskiana silenus, to observe the prevalence of hypodermosis in district Ziarat, northern upland of Balochistan, Pakistan during April 2011 to March
Therefore, an early detection and early treatment of infestation is necessary before the appearance of warbles on the back of animals to cause economic losses (Jackson et al., 1998).
Although several studies have been conducted on epidemiology, taxonomy, biology, histopathology, economic losses, and immunology of warble fly infestation in bovines, very little attention has been given to caprine hypodermosis in Pakistan, particularly in the province of Balochistan.
One of the most beloved music archives on the web, Holy Warbles (holywarbles.blogspot.com) lost everything in the FBI's MU raid.
Sporting a huge turban and a bushy beard so big that a herd of wombats could happily live within it, Sidhu warbles on during the lunch and tea breaks like a man possessed.
"Skylark" is performed by lang, Alison Krauss warbles "This Time the Dream's on Me" and Cole delivers a brilliant reading of "I Thought About You."
Azita's voice is milky and naturally guttural even as she slightly warbles around her notes, and though her songwriting is traditional, there is always something deeply, subtly weird about her albums in a way that makes them unique and pretty beyond what they strive for.
You may remember a song from My Fair Lady, in which Professor Higgins warbles: "Why can't a woman be more like a man?"
She even offers a few words of wisdom when she warbles, "You say you wanna lose control / I think you oughta bare your soul."
Scrutinising the cover photo of the (inevitably) shaven-headed artiste who warbles this ditty, I find his name is Deejay Otzi, from Vienna.
He warbles Do Wah Diddy and Sea Cruise as he stands on his tail waving his pincers.
The birds also have a sizable repertoire of warbles and whistles.