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dung

a. excrement, esp of animals; manure
b. (as modifier): dung cart
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Deputy PM Dung made the point while receiving General Director of Norways Scatec Solar company Raymond Carlsen on August 15 in Ha Noi.
Dr Sudarshan Singh, an idol maker while speaking to ANI said: "After getting an idea we have started making Lord Ganesh idols naturally with cow dung and we can make idols very easily in very less time.
The others are Dung Gbeh, Daddy Dogo, James dung, Gynag Dung, Jay Boy as well as Destiny and Gyang, whose surnames were not disclosed.
Hanoi is planning to bring the world-famous Formula One car race to the capital, Government Office chairman Mai Tien Dung confirmed last week.
Corruption allegations surrounding the chicken dung trade in Benguet are causing a stink and the provincial governor wants the National Bureau of Investigation to sniff around.
When implementing rotational grazing, be sure to learn the life cycle of your local dung beetles!
Selangor, Malaysia, Feb 9, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - The first observational study of a dung beetle species on Langkawi Island in the Andaman Sea reveals insights about its tastes and what that means for the ecosystem.
Slurry from the cattle dung is used as a fertiliser, generate algae in fish production, and manufacturing of animal feeds.
ABSTRACT: Dung beetles as key biological indicators of habitat disturbance need to be explored from different locale with different topographical and vegetation characteristics.
Under the agreement, SOCAR Trading will supply three million barrels of Azeri Light oil per month and two million barrels of other types of oil per month to Dung Quat refinery in 2018-2021.