UDOR

AcronymDefinition
UDORUltrasound-Directed Oocyte Recovery
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As itemised in Figure I and Table 1, Michael Jagamara Nelson's Eight Dreamings (reproduced in Johnson 1997) records a series of prominent landmarks: Mt Singleton (A), Mt Udor (B), Mt Liebig (C) and Mt Doreen (D) are employed as nodal points.
Phay Siphan, a spokesman of the Cambodian Council of Ministers, said Thai troops fired heavy weapons at Cambodian troops near the Ta Moan and Ta Krabey temples in Udor Meanchey Province.
PHNOM PENH - Cambodian and Thai troops exchanged fire on Friday morning at a border area in Udor Meanchey Province, some 200 kilometers west of Cambodia's ancient Preah Vihear temple, military sources said.
In the Wallasey derby, Bronze had doubles from Danny Grantham, Robbie Gerrard and Peter McGhee in a comfortable 6-0 result over bottom club Vanser, despite losing their goalkeeper, while newcomers North Star also enjoyed a fine 5-1 victory over udor Rose.
The recent round of fighting, which left seven soldiers dead on the Thai side and eight on the Cambodian side, was focused in the vicinity of two ancient Hindu temples on the border between Cambodia's Udor Meanchey Province and Thailand's Surin Province.
A total of at least 10 soldiers were killed from the two sides during the clashes Friday and Saturday along the border between Cambodia's Udor Meanchey Province and Thailand's Surin Province, according to Thai and Cambodian sources.
The last fighting was in April, several kilometers from the Cambodian border town O'Smach in Udor Meanchey Province.
The site of the brief clash was several kilometers from the Cambodian border town of O'Smach in Udor Meanchey Province.
The Cambodian government, which made the representation in a diplomatic letter to the Thai government, said the alleged incident occurred last weekend in the border area of Cambodia's northern Udor Mean Cheay Province.
Nhem En is now the vice governor of the Anlong Veng district in Udor Mean Cheay Province.
It is located in Udor Meanchey Province near the Thai border, about 100 kilometers north of the famed Angkor temple complex.