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Meanwhile, new efforts are being made to depopulate the cat colonies of Los Angeles.
Apart from quarantining the farm, we had to depopulate the birds in the farm to stop further spread.
How many students will it take to depopulate our city of people of the working population, necessary to staff the shops, bars and public amenities?
Commercial poultry producers and emergency management personnel can use the Avi-FoamGuard to safely mass depopulate broiler chickens that have become sick or infected with avian influenza (AI).
such plans to depopulate the area from seven Palestinian communities as part of
AutoOne provides a broad spectrum of automobile insurance products from Assigned Risk LAD services, to voluntary automobile offerings including Private Passenger, Physical Damage and unique Take-out policies that help to depopulate the New York Assigned Risk Plan pool.
Bulgarians, particularly those in Southern Dobrudza, have harbored fears that if the Romanian moratorium is lifted, the technology will for sure affect Bulgarian regions close to the Bulgarian-Romanian border and will destroy the soil, poison the waters, and depopulate the region.
This approval allows us to expand a product line which has been consistently profitable, helps Citizens depopulate their program, and benefits Florida homeowners, who will have a new alternative in the property insurance market.
Montserrat's chief minister David Brandt has accused Tony Blair of "a deliberate attempt" to depopulate the island.
This furthers our goal of expanding a product line, which has been consistently profitable, helps Citizens depopulate their program, and benefits Florida consumers, who will enjoy lower rates and greater choice.