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Definition of the noun Carpio
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Carpio is a genus of Cyprinidae, described by Heckel in 1843.
- synonym: genus Carpio
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Actinopterygii
- order: Cypriniformes
- family: Cyprinidae
- genus: Cyprinus
Carpio is a city in Ward County, North Dakota, United States. The population was 157 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Minot Micropolitan Statistical Area. Carpio was founded in 1898. It is commonly believed that the town was named after the first post office which operated out of a railcar - hence 'Car P.O.'.
- also known as Carpio, North Dakota; Ward County / Carpio city
- part of North Dakota, Ward County, United States of America
Carpio is a fictional character from the 2008 film Dayo: Sa Mundo ng Elementalia.
Carpio is a website.
- official website: stateofnevada.info/people/Carpio
Phrases with Carpio
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- Genus Carpio
- Salmo carpio
- Barbus Carpio
- cyprinus carpio
- Carpiodes carpio
- Catostomus Carpio
- Cyprinodon Carpio
- Capnodistes Carpio
- Tyroglyphus Carpio
- Histiogaster Carpio
- Floridichthys carpio
- species Salmo carpio
- Species Barbus Carpio
- Cyprinus carpio carpio
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Philippine Politics (2014)
Possibilities and Problems in a Localist Democracy by Lynn T. White III
Bernardo Carpio is a Philippine heroof the masseswho (likeConradin inthe imaginations ofsome early-modern European peasants) will reappear someday toleadthem out of oppression. Thislegendary King Bernardo,a figureof strength rather ...
by George Ware
carpio is an introduced species, standardized by international agencies as a sentinel organism for aquatic toxicity tests. All the animals used in laboratory tests were also specimens reared in controlled conditions, free ...
A Resource Book by Washington Odongo Ochola, P. C. Sanginga, Isaac Bekalo
Cyprinus carpio (common carp) C.carpio is a fresh water fish associated with eutrophic waters in Europe and Asia. However, it has been introduced and domesticated in many parts of the world including Africa. It is an omnivorous fish that ...
by Poul Schever
carp Cyprinus carpio is a pentahydroxycholestane of structure 16 (Hoshita et al., 1963; Anderson ...
Skin Diseases of Exotic Pets (2008)
by Sue Paterson
Cause and pathogenesis Rhabdovirus carpio is a notifiable disease in UK. It affects carp, goldfish, orfe, pike, roach, rudd, tench and Wels catfish. Occurs during rising water temperatures (7–15 °C) in springtime. Mortality may vary from ...
by Antonio Gonzalez Vasquez, Genevieve Carpio
Genevieve Carpio is an advocate of community' based ...
by Artemio R. Guillermo
BERNIDO, CHRISTOPHER, AND MARIA VICTORIA CARPIO BERNIDO • BENITEZ, CONRADO (1889–1971). Educator. Benitez was one of the pensionados (government scholars) sent to the United States for training in higher education.
An International Reference Work in 5 Volumes by Stanley Hochman, McGraw-Hill, inc
Francisco de Los arboles mueren de pie Casona, Alejandro Los aspides de Cleopatra Rojas Zorrilla, Francisco de Los balcones de Madrid Molina, Tirso de Los bandos de Sena Vega Carpio, Lope de Los bandos de Verona Rojas Zorrilla , ...
Encyclopedia of Food Safety (2013)
carpio and C. carassius, which are frequently eaten raw, have low infection rates. In northern Vietnam, seven species of freshwater fish have been reported to act as second intermediate hosts for C. sinensis and ...
by Jonathan H. X. Lee, Kathleen M. Nadeau
The Spanish period favored corrido, metrical romances like Ibong Adarna and Bernardo Carpio.
This hero became identified with Spanish medieval legend Bernardo del Carpio, who returns from war to find the king had blinded and jailed ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
See Cyprinus carpio. Cyprinodon variegatus (sheepshead minnow), a killifish (Family Cyprinodontidae ), ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
carpio . Ca - - — gobio - § eon . ; tinca . Tenc - cephalus . Chub . leuciscus . [Dace . . rutilus . |Roach . alburnus . Bleak biama . Bream . = No Europe = . Coarse. Digest. Nutritious. Ready of digestion, Indigestible. Idem. Ready of digestion.
by Phil Gunson, Greg Chamberlain, Andrew Thompson
led by secretary general Salvador Cayetano Carpio, a former ...
by Shmuel Yannai
carp (Cyprinus carpio), coho salmon ( Oncorhynchus ...
Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E. Smedley, Hugh J. Rose and Henry J. Rose. [With] Plates (1845)
by Edward Smedley
Lockhart's admirable translation of Legendary ' Spanish Ballads, a Work by no means so well known as it deserves to be, the Passion of Indignation is placed in its most touching and generous form, in the person of Bernardo del Carpio, ...
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