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bovine

1. of, relating to, or belonging to the Bovini (cattle), a bovid tribe including domestic cattle
2. any animal belonging to the Bovini

bovine

Any of the Bovinae mammal species, such as the ox and cow.
See also: Ornament

bovine

[′bō‚vīn]
(vertebrate zoology)
Any member of the genus Bos.
Resembling or pertaining to a cow or ox.
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U ne delegation marocaine de l'Association nationale des producteurs de la viande rouge (ANPVR) a entame, lundi, une visite a Bamako pour une cinquieme mission de suivi et d'evaluation de la mise en oeuvre du programme d'assistance apportee par le Maroc au Mali pour la reussite de la premiere campagne d'insemination artificielle bovine dans ce pays.
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The Commission banned exports of bovines and bovine products from Portugal on November 18, 1998, because of bovine spongiform encephalopathy - mad cow disease.
BRUSSELS - The European Union adopted a proposal yesterday to extend a ban on exports of bovine products from Portugal for a year, arguing there is still too high a risk of mad cow disease among cattle and poor supervision of slaughterhouses in the country.
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