Droma


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Droma

chain forged to fetter wolf, Fenris. [Norse Myth.: LLEI, I: 326]
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or Blood Brothers, for instance (7) 9 It's an area of farmland Fidel cultivated (5) 10 The song thrush is among the Loch Droma visitors (5) 11 A river crossing to get to a card game (6) 14 Angrily swore that it's inferior in quality (5) 16 A few of the Aztec certainly returned for a military survey (5) 18 I want a tour of this big island off China (6) 21 An area of lowlying flooded land was upsetting MP (5) 24 The aide may go back briefly to newspapers, TV, etc (5) 25 Cook the raw rice for the personnel on a plane (7) 26 Grenadiers without gin?
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Alex Droma, an animal keeper at the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre, walks a three-year-old baby white rhino for grazing in Entebbe.
FELSONS' frontman Dean Owens, left, releases his first solo album, The Droma Tapes this week.
More than 50 volunteers from four mountain rescue teams, supported by an RAF helicopter, began searching when the man failed to meet up with a friend at Loch Droma.
The Crab-plover Dromas ardeola (Charadriiformes, Dromadidae), one of the few truly colonial shorebirds (Chiozzi et al.
Solar incubation cuts down parental care in a burrow nesting tropical shorebird, the Crab Plover Dromas ardeola.
Low incubation investment in the burrow-nesting Crab Plover Dromas ardeola permits extended foraging on a tidal food resource.
Life history and propagation of the endangered dromedary pearlymussel, Dromus dromas (Bivalvia: Unionidae).
Another example of species differences between sites is the dromedary pearlymussel, Dromus dromas, the big river form.
Since both dromedaries and Bactrian camels are quite similar anatomically and have been used for the same purposes, documentary sources speak about Camellus, Camelus and Dromas without specifying which animal they refer to (Toynbee 1973; Kohler 1981).