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see sheepsheep,
common name for many species of wild and domesticated ruminant mammals of the genus Ovis of the Bovidae, or cattle, family. The male is called a ram (if castrated it is a wether), the female is called a ewe, and their offspring is a lamb.
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It was unfortunate for the visitors that some of their efforts went unrewarded but the cohesion of play between the Moufflon forwards and backs improved tremendously and following early penalties easily taken by Alex Zavalis, there followed the try of the match if not the season: Jack Antoniou was fed the ball deep in his own half and motored past three opponents until confronted by the Andorran full-back he kicked ahead, gathered on first bounce and travelled the rest of the field to bring the score to 20-10 when he converted the try.
The Andorrans came out determined to squash the opposition: the Moufflons being the only small country in Europe without a major sponsor and whose players are all amateurs.
The book Amphibians and Reptiles of Cyprus is available from the Moufflon bookshop in Nicosia For further information on Dr Sparrow's photography and works, contact davidrospfo@hotmail.
The forestry department is selling moufflon to boost the state's coffers
Youshka the Cat and Grizoulla: The Little White Donkey are available from the Moufflon Bookshop in Nicosia for e1/48 each
Academics working with the CESF have revealed after years of research that the buffer zone is a de facto wildlife haven, sheltering mammals such as the Cyprus moufflon and countless species of flora and fauna.
Historic Nicosia has been published by Rimal Publications and is available at the Moufflon and Soloneon Bookshops in Nicosia.
The Tiger Who Wasn't is available in Cyprus, from all ELC stores, Moufflon Bookshop, Bookyard, Solonian and Mavromatis, and other good bookshops.
None other than the old Welsh fox himself, the master of strategy, the author of Moufflon success: former national coach Paul Shanks.