Buhusi

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Buhusi

 

a city in eastern Rumania, near the Bistriţa River, in Bacău District. Linked by rail and highway with Bacău and Piatra-Neamţ. There is a large cloth factory (one of the oldest in the country), food-processing and woodworking enterprises, and a hydroelectric power plant.

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Among these, only 12 present more than 20 [m.sup.2] of green space per capita, out of which five have more than 26 [m.sup.2] per capita (Odorheiu Secuiesc, Voluntari, Carei, Dragasani and Buhusi) (Chiriac et al., 2009).
In the category of towns with a population between 20000 and 100000 inhabitants, only five (Odorheiu Secuiesc, Carei, Buhusi, Dragasani and Voluntari) have values above the European standards (26 square meters/inhabitant).
We first revealed seven-year-old Bella's plight at Christmas, shortly after she was found at Buhusi Zoo.
Jane Sanderson has al ready rescued 2 0 creatures from Buhusi Zoo in Romania which was closed in January 2007.
Asi, Buhusi y colaboradores (1998) sugieren que, dependiendo del protocolo experimental (concretamente el procedimiento y el tiempo de preexposicion al EC), la percepcion de novedad (y, consecuentemente, la magnitud de la IL) en animales con lesion hipocampal puede ser mayor, igual o menor que la de los animales no lesionados.
For example, only one big enterprise employs 95% of the total industrial employment in Calan and Colibasi, 90% in Fagaras, Otelu Rosu, and Campia Turzii, 80% in Buhusi and Jimbolia, and 75% in Stei, Bocsa, Fieni, Navodari and Bals, enhancing urban vulnerability to economic change.
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As a cub, Bella was used as a tourist photographer's prop in Black Sea resorts in Romania before being dumped at the decrepit Buhusi Zoo.
Little is known about Bella before Born Free found her in Buhusi Zoo in East Romania.