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refuge

noun ark, asylum, citadel, covert, coverture, harbor, haven, hiding place, lee, perfugium, place of prooection, place of safety, protection, receptaculum, refugium, resort, retreat, safe place, safety, sanctuary, shelter, stronghold
Associated concepts: flight
Foreign phrases: Domus sua cuique est tutissimum refugium.Everyone's home is his safest refuge. Debet sua cuique domus esse perfugium tut issimum. Everyman's home should be a perfectly safe refuge.
See also: asylum, bulwark, cache, domicile, haven, home, inhabitation, lodging, protection, shelter, shield
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New refuge opportunities include the opening of sport fishing at Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge in Pennsylvania for the first time, the opening of Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge in Idaho to elk hunting for the first time on lands already open to other hunting, and the opening of Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming to migratory bird game hunting for the first time.
All photos must be taken south of I-64 and be in one of the following categories: Landscape /Scenic; Wildlife; Flowers/Plants/Trees/Fungi; Pollinators/Insects/Spiders; Youth (17 and under); or Photos taken on Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge.
It covers about 9,500 acres of the refuge and essentially eliminates waterfowl habitat.
In conjunction with the financing, Refuge has elected immuno-oncology pioneer Francesco Marincola, MD as its chief scientific officer.
She told MPs: "Refuge accommodation is not a bed space; it is a lifeline, a community, and an experienced and knowledgeable place for recovery.
"Refuge accommodation MP is not a bed space; it is a lifeline, a community, and an experienced and knowledgeable place for recovery," she said.
To that end, in cooperation with a company specializing in thermal simulation and infrared analysis software, and in collaboration with five cooperating mines, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has conducted testing and developed benchmarked thermal simulation models to examine thermal conditions inside occupied refuge alternatives.
"The Alaska National Wildlife Refuge ruling created this fear among many state wildlife agencies that management on refuges all over could be taken over by the feds, giving each administration the opportunity to change the rules as they see fit."
The proposed rule also includes opening sport fishing of state-regulated species for the first time at Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge in South Dakota, and expanding areas available for sport fishing at Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge in Indiana.
The carp are defeating the very purpose of the wildlife refuge.
Because this study was of short duration and designed to test various field techniques used to study lizards that refuge into rock cracks and crevices, we force fed 2-g radio microtransmitters into subjects (Santoyo-Brito and Fox, 2012) instead of surgically implanting them.
There is no drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge now, and it would take an act of Congress to authorize any drilling in the refuge.