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  • So does this mean Hindus get to deal with a Hindi court when attempting to protect livestock due to be culled because it is infected with BSE or Bluetongue?

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  • Scottish farmers in general, and hill farmers in particular, have not been immune from the effects of the Foot & Mouth outbreak in the South of England (for which DEFRA is entirely responsible), nor from the knock-on effects of Bluetongue.

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  • Scottish farmers in general, and hill farmers in particular, have not been immune from the effects of the Foot & Mouth outbreak in the South of England (for which DEFRA is entirely responsible), nor from the knock-on effects of Bluetongue.

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  • Bluetongue, a disease of livestock, has increased its northern range in Europe since 1998, paralleling trends in warming and controlling for many biological and socioeconomic factors.

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  • Postecoglou said the Roar would not deviate from their attacking style and intended to apply the type of forward pressure which produced eight goals in two trips to Bluetongue Stadium this season, including a 5-1 win.

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  • Brisbane Roar's wounded midfielder Mitch Nichols could still yet take the field in the major semi-final against Central Coast Mariners at Bluetongue Stadium on Saturday night.

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  • Jean-Carlos Solorzano silenced the Bluetongue Stadium crowd with goals in the 8th and 11th minutes and Mitch Nichols added another in the 24th minute as the visitors raced out to a stunning 3-0 half-time lead.

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  • Matches between the two clubs last year were drama-charged, and more flare-ups are expected at Bluetongue Stadium - as a result of a charity cricket match between the clubs to raise funds for victims of the Queensland floods.

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  • The 2010-11 grand finalists will renew their rivalry at Bluetongue Stadium but under circumstances very different from any of their eight previous clashes in the past two seasons.

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  • One player itching for a run at Bluetongue Stadium is Timana Tahu, who has shown no signs of his past hamstring troubles and will play his first game for the Eels since 2007 after serving out a two-match suspension.

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