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Tularemia

An infectious bacterium that can cause lesions, fever, anorexia and death in humans. It has been used in American, Japanese and Soviet bioweapons programs. See also: Biowarfare.
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He later moved back to Tulare and served four terms in Congress as a Republican.
Tulare was ranked number 15 on the EPA's Top 20 On-Site Partner List for July 2011, as a result of its efforts at the wastewater treatment plant.
In total USCS has more than 70 acres of land in the Tulare complex dedicated to its current and future warehousing and transportation service business.
The Tulare project will be eligible to receive $3,375,000 in incentives from California's Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) currently administered by Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) in the San Joaquin Valley.
They found that Tulare walnuts contained one and a half to two times more gallic acid than, for instance, Chico--the most aflatoxin-susceptible variety they examined.
O2Diesel offers an alternative to more expensive and less user-friendly fuel options like compressed natural gas (CNG) and water-diesel emulsions," said Tulare County equipment superintendent Dan Hurt.
According to the paper, a Tulare County Resource Management Agency (RMA) report estimates that the plant could produce between 25 and 30 million gallons of ethanol per year, although Western Milling has yet to apply for county building permits.
When they did not return by midnight, friends called the Tulare County authorities, Brady said.
Martin was Tulare's first officer killed in the line of duty, but his death was a forgotten footnote in the farming community's history until six months ago, when Tulare police Cmdr.
Owing to droughts during the early 1990s, water in the Tulare Lake basin in south-central California became scarce.
The Debtor argued that because Tulare not only produced nuts but also processed nuts, Tulare did not qualify as a "producer" under the Producer Lien Statute and thus held no enforceable lien.
when Tulare had a lake A century and more ago, a good bit of Tulare County lay beneath Tulare Lake, one of the largest bodies of water west of the Mississippi.
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