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WHAT DOES TEXAS FEVER MEAN IN ENGLISH?
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «TEXAS FEVER» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TEXAS FEVER»
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TexasFever (Mills & Boon Blaze)
Holly Farraday, owner of Sweet & Sinful gourmet desserts, is thrilled when she learns she's inherited her grandmother's place in small Romeo, Texas.
Kimberly Raye, 2013
Cure the TexasFever
Waxahatchie Smith is given a pardon and allowed back into the state as a bodyguard to a young veterinarian who is on the brink of finding a cure to a baffling disease called "Texas Fever" that has been threatening Texan cattle ranchers.
John Thomas Edson, 1996
Texas Wide Open
. . "Passionate, gritty and fast paced. . .with a hot blooded, honorable hero to make every woman's knees go weak." _Diane Whiteside "A tortured hero, a love that defies distance and time. . .this is a book you won't soon forget.
KC Klein, 2012
Texasfever: being a general summary of our knowledge of the ...
1 The discovery that the tick was capable of transmitting the germ of Texas fever
from a Southern native animal to a susceptible one, was of enormous import, but
without further investigation and experimentation the knowledge of this fact, ...
William Haddock Dalrymple, 1905
Studies on the Biology of the TexasFever Tick: ...
STUDIES ON THE BIOLOGY OF THE TEXAS-FEVER TICK. (SUPPLEMENTARY
REPORT.) INTRODUCTION. During 1907-8 the Zoological Division of the Bureau
of Animal Industry conducted a year's experiments on the life history of the ...
Harry Webster Graybill, W. M. Lewallen, 1912
Tests of dips as lice killers ; Killing Texasfever ticks
Lowery Laymon Lewis. 9 . 6 BULLETIN No.72 | . sene and churn or spray back
until a thorough emulsion is made. To this emulsion add seven gallons of water
and use this for spraying or dipping. This emulsion may be applied to any of the ...
Lowery Laymon Lewis, 1906
Texas fever, although the term most commonly in use in this country, is a very
misleading one, as it gives to the uninformed the impression that the disease is
confined to the State of Texas. Southern cattle fever is especially inapplicable, as
John Robbins Mohler, William Malcolm MacKellar, 1949
Cattle Tick & TexasFever
diphtheria, may it not be possible to protect a Northern cow from Texas fever by
introducing- into her circulation, blood or blood serum, of an immune Southern
cow ? It seems at least that the experiment is worthy of trial. While it is believed
William Haddock Dalrymple, 1898
TexasFever in California
This satisfied me that it was the old-fashioned, straight, splenic, or Texas fever,
and I promised to make an investigation of the matter in the autumn. Calling on
this gentleman at his home in October, he repeated his former statements, which
D. E. Salmon, 1896
Texas Or Tick Fever
I other disease, or by exposure, privation, injury, roujrh handling; etc., this.
immunity has become reduced and finally overcome, and the parasite of Texasfever, dealing now with an impoverished condition of the animal, succeeds in
John Robbins Mohler, 1914
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TEXAS FEVER»
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The Biker Gangs Of Texas
This hour on On Point: the biker gangs of Texas and the bloody shoot-out in Waco. Plus, we'll look at the Texas fever over US military exercises, Jade Helm 15. «WBUR, May 15»
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