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  • noun Alternative form of dzud.

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Examples

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

    The Seattle Times

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

    WBAY Action 2 News

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

    CBS 2 - KCAL 9 - Los Angeles - Southern California - LA Breaking News, Weather, Traffic, Sports

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

    WBAY Action 2 News

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

    ajc.com - News

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

    CBS 2 - KCAL 9 - Los Angeles - Southern California - LA Breaking News, Weather, Traffic, Sports

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

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  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

    Fore, right!

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

    Fore, right!

  • Huge animal losses caused by a combination of dry summers and severe winters - a disaster that Mongolians call "zud" - are becoming a chronic menace to the country.

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  • An extended period of heavy snow and extreme cold in Mongolia that prevents livestock grazing.

    May 20, 2010