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amarant

(ˈæməˌrænt)
n
another name for amaranth
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Activity of enzymes in the rat liver in cancerogenesis induced by dimethylaminoazobenzene, and following the administration of the food dye amarant.
com is committed to exceeding expectations, particularly in terms of security and compliance," added Mark Amarant, WHOA.
On New Year's Eve 1885, for example, the steam ship SS Cochrane demolished the landing stage, with further damage caused in 1897 by the schooner Amarant.
ALL IMPORTED TOP QUALITY handmade equipment: 4 European 6' x 12' slate tables manufactured by SBI 1,250 kg each, Simonis wrapping, hand make redwood cues by Amarant, pool balls by Aramith.
One day in October 2011, Mikey McManus stood in his office overlooking Sunset Boulevard as Ethan Amarant, his best friend from Emerson College, told him he was leaving his job with Greenpeace and traveling South America.
Shmuel Amarant, a historian of the detachment during the war, is rather categorical in saying that "physical love and nothing more" lay at the basis of such relationships.
Needless to say, by the end the goodies triumph and the terrible Amarant is destroyed.
n Amarant is 'n blomsoort, en die donkerrooi kleur claarvan word ook amarant genoem.
They may struggle to distinguish factors impacting on an environmental issue (Boyes & Stanisstreet, 1997) and find it difficult to think intuitively of political and societal decision-making as causes of environmental problems (Mogensen, cited in Amarant, 2006).
LANCASTER -- Planetarium director Jeremy Amarant will lead an astronomy walk at 7:30 tonight at the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve at 35th Street West and Avenue K-8.
Survivors include his wife; two sisters, Frances Pilley of Drain and Delores Amarant of Lake Havasu, Ariz.
See your doctor for advice or call the Amarant Trust on 01293 413000.