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foot and mouth disease in Agriculture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfoot and mouth diseaseˌfoot and ˈmouth disˌease noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TAMIa serious disease that kills cows and sheep
Examples from the Corpus
foot and mouth diseaseIf they have foot and mouth disease, then they would need another month or two months.The number of cases of foot and mouth disease in Britain is soaring.As if the countryside were not paranoid enough, along comes the spectre of foot and mouth disease.I suspected that some one was shooting deer, which are feared to transmit foot and mouth disease.Another hero with foot and mouth disease, feet of clay and a mouth less than squeaky clean.It lies at the centre of a viral hot zone, surrounded by farms infected with foot and mouth disease.