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fistulous withers

[′fis·chə·ləs ′with·ərz]
(veterinary medicine)
A chronic inflammation of the withers of a horse accompanied by fluid discharge, which may be initiated by mechanical injury but depends on bacterial (Brucella abortus) infection for development.
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Special guest Tennessee State Museum executive director Ashley Howell presented a proclamation to Withers on behalf of the state of Tennessee for the work of Dr.
Withers, from Wheatley Place in Blackwood, admitted dangerous driving.
The 178-year old MCB has been a prominent partici- pant in issuing letters of credit, which are required for the importing of refined petroleum products and other commodities to the majority of African coun- tries, Withers says.
Withers, 49, of Edgeley, Stockport, told police: "I just lost it.
Bargoed: Tries: B Morgan, D Humphries, R Coombs, J Purcell; Cons: S Withers (3); Pen: S Withers Swansea: Pens: J Wilson (3)
Withers notched another penalty before Purcell raced over at the death for Bargoed.
Dana Withers, President of Withers BroadCASTing Company, added,"The challenges facing family owned television stations led us to conclude that only a larger company can move WDTV/WVFX to the next level.
Larry Patrick of Patrick Communications represented Withers in this transaction.
Withers, formerly of Mount Road in Marsden but now living in Oldham, admitted that he had been drinking all day.
Each bathroom vanity was custom built in house at the Withers & Grain studio from solid hardwood and custom welded frame.
Key words: lambs body height wither heart girth weight.
Live weight (LW) and other body characteristics recorded were body length (BL), height at withers (HW), chest girth (CG), rump (RP), and forehead (FH) were (inches) 27.