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African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) Can Subsist on Small Prey: Implications for Conservation
Declaration between Belgium and France for the Prolongation of the Commercial Treaties subsisting between the Parties, signed at Paris, 18 October 1879
Treaty between Anhalt-Bernburg and Prussia for the Renewal of the Subsisting Commercial and Customs Treaties, signed at Berlin, 11 July 1839
Bioactivation of cyanide to cyanate in sulfur amino acid deficiency: relevance to neurological disease in humans subsisting on cassava.
Convention relative to the Application of the Subsisting Conventions for the Prevention of Forest etc. Offences, between Brunswick and Prussia, signed 2/16 February 1848
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