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staggers

1. a form of vertigo associated with decompression sickness
2. a disease of horses and some other domestic animals characterized by a swaying unsteady gait, caused by infection, toxins, or lesions of the central nervous system

staggers

[′stag·ərz]
(veterinary medicine)
Any of various diseases of livestock, sheep, and horses manifested by lack of coordination in movement and a staggering gait.
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"The staggers threat is very real and arguably greater than ever this spring."
Rumenco says staggers prevention strategies must combine best practice stock management with effective magnesium supplementation.
Groomsmen were Fort Bridgforth, James Bridgforth, Will Fratesi, Frank Greenlee, Andy Jones, Will Jones, Benny Long Chris Shelton, Matt Smith, Will Staggers, brother of the bride; and Alex Whittington and Andrew Whittington.
Since that time, the railroad industry has had a generation to respond to regulatory incentives under the Staggers Act.
32) that documents key aspects of the dramatic turnaround and stabilization that has occurred since the enactment of the Staggers Act.
Some of the other key enhanced SATA features were published by the SATA II working group in several specifications and included Native Command Queuing (NCQ), Port Multiplier, Staggered Spin Up, Port Selector, External SATA, and Hot Plug.
This rule works well for mixing sections, but does not address partially filled channels or the NITSE screw stagger issue.
With seventy pounds of food, warm clothing, and video equipment loaded onto my old external frame pack, I stagger out of Yingri in the predawn light.
Since the '70s, like a Halston-clad Rasputin with a pixie haircut, Liza has staggered forward with her fabulosity intact because it was always already dented.
Buddy Staggers, and a brunch for groomsmen, family, and friends was hosted at the home of Dr.
FARMERS have been warned of the danger of grass staggers for spring calving suckler herds.
As my grueling quest for fabulosity staggers on well past my early twentysomething period, becoming increasingly graceless and impatient, I can leave no stone unturned.