ashery


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ashery

(ˈæʃərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a manufacturing place where pearlash and potash are produced from ashesan ash-hole
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Lead author Uri Ashery said this revolutionary treatment for Alzheimer's disease uses a hyperbaric oxygen chamber, which has been shown in the past to be extremely effective in treating wounds that were slow to heal.
Tenders are invited for Loading and transportation of coal from Gidi-C pit head stock heap N ashery colony, Regional store, Railway buffer and weighment at Gidi-C weigh bridge as well as at Gidi-A weigh bridge up to a lead of 5.
Uri Ashery from the Sagol School of Neuroscience, a group of researchers injected Tomosyn into the brains of mice, and saw Alzheimer-like syndromes, indicating the disease could be caused by too much of the protein.
Cafe Valise at Metal at Edge Hill Station A travelling pop-up cafe acting as a venue for art, food and conversation with accompanying events and activities involving artists such as Suzanne Lacy, Oreet Ashery, and cult punk poet John Cooper Clarke.
These results led us to conclude that familial sociopathology such as alcoholism, domestic violence, and especially child molesting and negligence, has an adverse impact on child's healthy psychological development and very often is a primary cause of risky behavior, drug addiction included (Etz, Robertson & Ashery 1998).
At Voodou for Him, London-based Oreet Ashery will be creating an army of Ringo Starr lookalikes, while at Leaf you can have you fortune told via computer in a Data Mining Divination sessions.
Sherif M Al Ashery, general manager, Tech Access, Saudi Arabia, said: "The newly introduced Symantec Appliances & Availability solutions will improve our partner product portfolio, thus enhancing Symantec position in the Saudi Enterprise market.
Research demonstrated that these contexts determine whether or not behaviors are deemed appropriate or inappropriate for members of a cultural group (Office of Applied Studies, 2004; Ashery, Robertson, & Kumpfer, 1998; National Institute for Drug Abuse [NIDA] 1986).
We buy a lot of our grain, molasses, popcorn, some flours and most spices from bulk food stores in Ohio's Amish Country (our favorites are The Ashery Country Store, Baltic Mills and Walnut Creek bulk foods).
Believing technology distances workers from those whom they want to service, Ashery (2001) noted that social workers have thought of themselves as "people-persons" and have traditionally rejected technological interventions.