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1 They had established a running diagnosis of Rift Valley fever, dengue or the dreaded Ebola.
2 Luisenlund Bronze Age monoliths and the rift valley of Ekkodal.
3 The Rift Valley, the scene of the clashes involving Moi's minority Kalenjin people, was described a war zone.
4 Further evidence contradicting the traditional symmetric rift valley model comes from observations of their morphology and surface structure.
5 Situated along the Great Rift Valley, Nyiragongo had a lava lake in its summit crater, which burst during the night in January 1977.
6 It is mainly distributed in the rift valley zone or hot spot district of northeastward Yangming mountain, Xiangtan, which corresponds to the mantle-uplift district.
7 Human cases of Rift Valley fever (RVF) in Sudan have decreased continuously in recent weeks.
8 Human cases of Rift Valley fever (RVF) continue to occur in Sudan, with more than 221 cases reported in the last two weeks.
9 The rift valley is a classic example of a divergent plate boundary.
10 Most of the Kalenjin people in the Rift Valley are hostile to Kikuyu political domination.
11 From the geothermal resources of the Great Rift Valley, to the potential hydropower of the Congo River, to wind and solar options, new projects are beginning to come online.
12 This is East Africa, the Great Rift Valley, a land in constant upheaval.
13 Human cases of Rift Valley fever (RVF) continue to occur in Sudan.
14 The rift valley is at least several decametres deep.
15 Upland masses exist on either side of a central rift valley.
16 Enjoy the scenic drive along the floor of the Great Rift Valley, with a picnic lunch enroute.
17 Perhaps, through this sea of sand, our ancestors trekked from the Great Rift Valley and into our lives.
18 They, too,[www.Sentencedict.com] found warm - water spots along the center of the rift valley.
19 It was, at the time, the biggest recorded outbreak of Rift Valley fever in east Africa.
20 Roughly 450 miles (730 kilometers) long and 60 miles (100 kilometers) across at its broadest point, Luangwa is the tail end of Africa's Great Rift Valley.
21 The Virunga chain is part of the East African Rift Valley system, which marks the boundary between two plates: the Nubian plate to the west and the Somalian plate to the east.
22 He and colleagues looked at more than 200 shod and unshod runners in the United States and the Rift Valley Province of Kenya, which is known for its great endurance runners.
23 As of 21 December 2006, the Ministry of Health, Kenya has reported 12 cases with 11 deaths of Rift Valley Fever in the North Eastern province in Kenya.
24 The region is known to be endemic for many health problems, including cholera, diarrhea, malaria, shigellosis, Rift Valley fever, measles, meningitis and malnutrition.
25 More than 25 human samples have proved positive for Rift Valley fever by PCR or ELISA testing.
26 There have never been Scrapie, Bovine spongiform encephalopathy, African horse sickness, African swine fever, Vesicular stomatitis, Lumpy skin disease and Rift Valley fever in China.
27 Using the isostatie response function technique, we have investigated the isostasy and crustal density structure of Panzhihua- Xichang region, which was supposed to contain a continental rift valley.
28 On the remote western edge of Uganda the land suddenly drops down into the western arm of the Great Rift Valley to reveal the vast expanse of Lake Albert and the blue mountains of Congo beyond.
29 It was, at the time, the biggest recorded outbreak of Rift Valley fever in east Africa. Some 100,000 stock animals succumbed and about 90,000 people were infected—hundreds fatally—in five countries.
30 The SHOC continues to support crisis response during disease outbreaks including avian influenza, cholera and Rift Valley fever as well as other acute public health crises.