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paca

[′päk·ə]
(vertebrate zoology)
Any of several rodents of the genus Cuniculus, especially C. paca, with a white-spotted brown coat, found in South and Central America.
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The court observed that PACA is silent on the question of whether battered and coated potato products qualify as "fresh vegetables".
The Second Circuit's decision could discourage many PACA sellers from working with financially troubled buyers.
'The PACA family is very pleased to bestow this honor and certificate Dr.
A PACA trust grants eligible produce suppliers an enhanced super priority right of payment of the purchase price of their goods over the claims of all other creditors, including secured creditors.
PACA said it has also issued approvals for new airline Salam Air to operate three weekly flights between Sohar and Salalah during the Khareef season from June 28.
Paca was the second village leader to be killed in Nueva Ecija this month.
Based on the estimation of a paca home range size of 2.5 ha and on the species' resident behavior (Beck-King et al.
In 14 of the infected pacas, only liver cysts were found; in the other paca, cysts were found in liver and lungs (Figure 1).
KUWAIT, Feb 12 (KUNA) -- National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim met Thursday with Kuwait's Public Anti-Corruption Authority (PACA) Chief Abdulrahman Saleh Al-Nemash alongside PACA's board of trustees members Dawood Al-Jarrah and Luai Al-Saleh.
Moreover, smaller species with relatively high reproductive capacity, such as paca (Cuniculus paca), have received secondary attention, even though they are amongst the most hunted species in the Amazon (e.g.
First cranial evidence and documented occurrence of Cuniculus paca (Rodentia, Cuniculidae) for the Humid Chaco region of Argentina.